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24/7 Crisis Hotline:

216-623-6888

Online chat is available Monday thru Friday,
3:00 pm to 9:00 pm

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    Resolving Crisis

    FrontLine Service, formerly MHS, offers a 24/7 Suicide Prevention Hotline for children and adults whose safety and health are threatened by mental health challenges or overwhelming stressors. We provide Crisis Assessment and Intervention services throughout Cuyahoga County, Ohio, and have done so without interruption since 1995. In 2011, our Mobile Crisis Team received more than 16,000 requests for services.

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    Ending Homelessness

    We believe that anyone experiencing homelessness can obtain housing with the appropriate level of assistance or supportive services. Through participation in our outreach, shelter, psychiatric, and supportive services, we aim to promote sustained recovery, independence, and community participation in the lives of those we help.

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    Overcoming Trauma

    We reach out to children and families whose lives have been shattered by violence, working closely with those who have experienced or witnessed sexual and/or physical abuse, kidnapping, suicide, homicide or rape. We provide the intensive clinical services needed to help overcome the trauma and to break the cycle of violence in homes and communities across Cuyahoga County.

1744 Payne Avenue, Cleveland OH 44114
Phone (216) 623-6555
MHS is a contract agency of the Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County and a partner agency of United Way Services of Greater Cleveland. United Way