Addiction And Mental Health



Counseling & Treatment Assistance:


Behavioral Health At Fisher-Titus:

282 Benedict Avenue, Med Park 2, Suite B  Norwalk 419.668.0311 & 

280 Benedict Avenue, Suite A, Medical Park 4 419.668.0311   

Virtual Visits Available

At Fisher-Titus Behavioral Health, our licensed, experienced team helps young patients through outpatient services that include psychiatric evaluations, counseling, interventions, cognitive behavioral therapy, healthy lifestyle programs, and medication management.

Our range of care available on the Fisher-Titus campus addresses anxiety, depressive, and mood disorders; grief and adjustment disorders; Autism Spectrum, Bipolar, and Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders; emotional disturbances; disruptive behaviors; parenting concerns; trauma and abuse; and family issues.



Bellevue Recovery and Support Services:

1400 W. Main Street, Building 1 Suite D, Bellevue 419.484.5923 


Clear Minds Coaching & Counseling:

4 E. Seminary Street, Norwalk 567.424.6003 


Cornerstone Counseling:

817 Kilbourne Street, Bellevue 419.483.9411



Family Health Services: Behavioral Health

282 Benedict Ave, Med Park 2, Norwalk 419.502.2800 Sliding Fee-Medicaid-Medicare



Family Life Counseling & Psychiatric Services:

34 Woodlawn Avenue, Norwalk 567.560.3584


Firelands Counseling & Addiction Services:

292 Benedict Avenue, Norwalk 419.663.3737 


Huron County Public Health Services:

28 Executive Drive, Norwalk  419.668.1652 (Main Clinic)

Counseling sessions - are held by healthcare professionals for individuals or for the patient and family members, as desired. A fee is charged. 

Willard Clinic Site:

221 East Walton Street, Willard, OH 44890

Bellevue Clinic Site:

3000 Seneca Industrial Parkway, Bellevue, OH 44811


Let's Get Real:

Addiction, 567.743.7130

For ALERT, individuals may call 980-4ALERT4, in connection with Huron County Mental Health & Addiction Services, 419.681.6268


New Lease Counseling & Recovery Services:

85 Benedict Avenue, 10 A, Norwalk 419.668.9675 

The Nord Center Sexual Assault:

257 Benedict Avenue, Units 1 & 2, Norwalk  440.204.4380 Hotline 440.204.4359 

Norwalk Counseling Services:

85 Benedict Avenue, Norwalk 419.668.9675





Emotional/Suicide Support Assistance:


Huron County Support Line: 

To discuss problems, fears, and anxiety related to COVID-19 & ask questions about recovery & coping with mental health concerns. 567.743.7155 7 days a week from 8 am -10 pm

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis call 1.800.826.1306


Mental Health Help Lines:

  • Ohio Crisis Text Line: Text keyword “4HOPE” to 741 741
  • OhioMHAS Help Line: 1.877.275.6364
  • Disaster Distress Help Line: 1.800.985.5990 or Text “TalkWithUs” to 66746 (Spanish-speakers: Text “Hablanos” to 66746)
  • Find mental health treatment or addiction services:




National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1.800.273.8255

Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio, 1.888-628.9454

Options For Deaf + Hard of Hearing, 1.800.799.4889

Disaster Distress Helpline, 1.800.985.5990

Veterans Crisis Line, 1.800.273.8255, Text 838255

Call the Lifeline Anytime, 24/7 1.800.273.8255




Additional Resources:


Huron County Mental Health and Addiction Services Board:

2 Oak Street, Norwalk OH 44857 419.681.6268


National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

Offering support and education to those living with mental illness and their families.

Local: Kevin Mount, NAMI Coordinator 419.677.0714



COVID-19 Huron County: (MHAS)

Family Support Program

The mission of the Family Support Program (FSP) team is to help people who have a loved one who has been diagnosed with or passed away from, COVID-19 by providing support, increasing awareness of community resources, and making referrals, as needed, to address identified needs. This targeted outreach and support ultimately reduces the incidence of future mental health and/or substance use/abuse within our community.

To make a referral, contact Kristen Cardone, Executive Director of the Huron County MHAS Board Office at 419-681-6268, or by email at

For more information, contact Darrell Shumpert, FSP Team Leader at 440-396-7280 or by email at

Huron County Mental Health & Addiction Services, 419.681.6268




Recovery House For Men - Huron County

House of Hope, Willard:

As a level-2 recovery home, the House of Hope was designed for men seeking safe and transitional housing. Designed in Huron County, local residents are preferred; however, individuals from other counties will be considered dependent upon available space in the home. They offer two separate homes for five participants in each home. 

Contact Kevin Carr 419.774.9969  



Senior Behavioral Health

Sojourn at Seneca: 

50 St. Lawrence Drive, Tiffin OH 44833 567.207.2230