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Community Mental Wellness Portal

Welcome To Cincinnati's

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Welcome to Cincinnati’s first free community mental wellness portal, a partnership with the City of Cincinnati and a first in the nation.

Nearly one in every five Americans struggles with some kind of mental illness, and many with more than one. Millions more struggle to support family members and loved ones with mental illness, and often at the cost of their own mental health.

Factor in a global health pandemic and enormous social unrest, and little surprise that we might all be feeling the extra weight of stress and worry.

But help is out there, much of it self-help, and this important new portal will be your guide. Learn more about the resources available from the City of Cincinnati’s Health Department.

Feeling Suicidal?

Just pause, there is help. Contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 24/7, to be connected with a trained counselor 1-800-273-8255.


If you need help or information call the SARDAA Hotline at 1 800 493 2094

Anxiety and Depression

Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) is always  there to help, for you or someone you know.  Call them at (240-485-1001).     

Attention Deficit

The Attention Deficit Disorder Association has great resources on ADD and ADHD for adults and kids

Substance Abuse

SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service – 1 800 662 4357


If you are in a crisis, please call the International Bipolar Foundation Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) in the US


Whatever you’re struggling with, either you or someone you love, you’re not alone. There are some fantastic organizations and resources to help you with the advice and the support you need.

The most important step is the first one – just reach out.

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"We are absolutely delighted to make this wonderful mental health and wellbeing resource available to all Cincinnatians. We hope you’ll make this invaluable resource a frequent stop and even resting place on your mental health journey."

Dr. Melba R. Moore, MS, CPHA,
Health Commissioner, Cincinnati Health Department
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“Almost everyone in my family struggles with some type of depression, including my parents. That makes it so hard to find someone to turn to.”

Izza, San Diego,
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“We must stop stigmatizing mental health issues and start promoting resources that provide information and support, just as we do with physical health challenges. We hope you’ll take advantage of these resources and help to spread the word!”

Councilmember Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney,
Cincinnati City Council
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“When I tell people that I suffer from PTSD, the first thing they ask is what branch of the military I served in. When I tell them I didn't, you can immediately tell, like they don't believe it's really PTSD”

Linda, Atlanta,

Understanding Mental Illness And Wellness

Did you know that one in five people struggle with some kind of mental illness? Chances are you know someone and can help.

Keeping Your Brain Healthy And In Shape

Your brain, that 3 pounds or so between the ears and above the shoulders, is your best friend by far. So treat it that way.

Make Your Workplace A Mental Health Champion

Workplaces that champion the mental wellness of their employees do far better than workplaces that don’t. Learn how.

Harnessing The Power Of Happiness

They’re all connected, they’re all manageable, and you’re the one in charge. Learn more about what most of us struggle with.


We’re proud to have the support of local mental health professionals willing to share their insights and expertise. MEET SOME OF THEM.

Nikki Winchester, Psy.D
Cincinnati Center for DBT

Nikki is Board Certified in Behavioral & Cognitive Psychology and based in Cincinnati Ohio

Bailey Bryant, Psy.Ed
Hello Mental Health

Bailey is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, and owner of Hello Mental Health & Good Therapy LLC based in Sharonville Ohio.

Gregg Stevens

Greg has spent more than 15 years focusing on ADHD in adults and teens


You're Probably Not

But you’re definitely not alone. Studies have shown that most of us are experiencing elevated levels of stress because of Covid. Whether it’s the global disruption, health fears, economic and financial worries, or the complete change in work and school patterns, it’s taking a toll.

But just because these worries exist doesn’t mean you have to be consumed by them. Our Covid Command Center has lots of expert advice, great articles, and helpful tools to help you manage your mind through this crisis.

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Stress is nothing to be ashamed of. Or ignored.

It’s a natural brain reaction and more than 80% of American workers say they deal with it often or constantly.

But you should never ignore it and you can manage and master it.

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“Happiness lies in the joy of achievement and the thrill of creative effort.” Franklin D. Roosevelt

The Escape Room

Escape the stress, even if just virtually, with soothing and inspiring videos and music.

The Conversation Room

Our anonymous forum is a great way to share, vent, learn, and get support.

The Reading Room

A growing collection of hundreds of articles, videos, and blogs, updated daily.

The Video Room

Join our video discussions with some of the most inspirational voices in mental health.

FREE APPS AND TOOLS is constantly looking for powerful and free tools that have been proven to improve mental health, wellness and happiness. Whether it’s a happiness app on your phone, or a free meditation course, we urge to try them on and see how they fit.

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A therapy chatbot on your phone that’s entirely driven by AI. Download Woebot.

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A one-stop resource to help you manage your most powerful mental health ally – your happiness.

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Free Meditation

A free 6-part course that will teach the incredibly powerful and stress healing practice of meditation.

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The free app to help you learn to relax, be mindful, and manage your anxiety.


This free resource was brought to you by the City of Cincinnati and the Mynde Project to help improve the mental health, wellness, and resilience of every community.

Contact us for more information.