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Healthcare / Mental Health

Sinclair Resources

Student Assistance Referral Form  If you know of or are a student in need of assistance with housing insecurity, homelessness, food insecurity or access to medical/healthcare, please complete a Student Assistance Referral form and our Sinclair team will reach out to you or the student in need of assistance and provide special support services to address the challenge(s).

Counseling Services -24/7 Support – A new resource that Counseling Services is offering is free after hours counseling support to currently enrolled students. If you are in need of talking to a counselor outside of normal hours, you can call the office at 937-512-3032. You will have the option to speak to a counselor, or to leave a message. If you opt to speak with a counselor, you will be connected to the third-party service, Impact Solutions, and can speak to a counselor. Counseling Services staff will be notified that you contacted the after-hour services and can then contact you to inquire if you want additional support in the form of an appointment or resources.


The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) – responds to student behaviors of concern that may affect the educational mission and/or operation of the College. The purpose of the group is to provide a timely response to student behavior concerns.

Please use this BIT form to report student(s) who may be exhibiting concerning behavior which could include, threatening, distressing, disruptive and/or disturbing behaviors, inside or outside of the classroom setting.

If you need to report an emergency or immediate threat (ex. suicide, threatening behaviors), please contact Campus Police at 937-512-2700 or dial 911.

Community Resources

United Way 211   Call 2-1-1 For Essential Community Services/Resources. Get help paying bills, finding food, and locating other resources near you. Call 2-1-1 now for confidential help from a caring expert.

  • For more information Dial 2-1-1

Community Health Centers of Greater Dayton - is a nonprofit organization with the mission of, “improving lives by providing quality primary and preventive health care services to those in need, regardless of ability to pay.  Services include Medical, Patient Support, Dental, and Behavioral Health Please visit website for services and locations.

Crisis Now Hotline Montgomery County – Crisis Now Hotline offers 24/7 support, connecting callers with on-the-phone counselors or if necessary a mobile crisis response unit for callers in mental health emergencies     

  • For urgent needs, call Crisis Now Hotline: 1-833-580-2255 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Crisis Text Line -  connect with a Crisis Counselor. Crisis Text Line is available for any crisis. A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from a secure online platform. The volunteer Crisis Counselor will help you move from a hot moment to a cool moment.

  • Phone:  Text HOME to 741741  Available 24/7

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline/988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention, and crisis resources.

City of Dayton Ohio.Gov Social Services – list resources for meal sites, crisis counseling, Emergency Shelter, other housing, homeless outreach, employment services, basic needs, healthcare, financial assistance, and legal assistance.

Montgomery County Job and Family Services – Apply for food (SNAP), cash, medical, childcare assistance.  Photo ID, Social Security Card, and a 221 card required.

  • Located at 1111 S. Edwin C Moses Blvd. Dayton, OH
  • For more information call 937-224-3003

Montgomery County Public Health Department Client services include Addiction, Carepoint  Syringe Services, HIV/Aids Prevention, Home Care, Immunization Clinic, LGBTQ Health initiatives, Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic, and Tuberculosis Clinic.

National Alliance on Mental Illness is the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.

Miami Valley Warmline provides free and confidential mental and behavioral health peer-support services (This line is not intended for emergency calls – if this is an emergency please call 911).

Good Neighbor House – Providing assistance with medical, eye, dental, food/nutrition services, educational programs, as well as, faith and wellness services.

  • Located at 627 East First Street Dayton, OH 45402-1367
  • For more information call 937-224-3003 for the Office & Human Services 
  • Clinic Phone: 937-224-3442

Equitas Health’s Dayton Medical Center - provides primary care, specialized LGBTQ+ care, specialized HI care, trans health services, behavioral health, HIV/STI testing, HIV supportive services, and Dentistry services. (Free HIV Testing)

  • Located at 1222 S. Patterson Blvd, Suite 230 Dayton, OH
  • For more information call 937-853-3650
  • Additional Location:  Akron, Athens, Canton, Cincinnati, Columbus, and Lima  

Goodwill Easterseals Miami Valley provides Counseling, diagnostic assessment, and case management for people dealing with mental health or substance abuse issues.

Planned Parenthood - one of the nation’s leading providers of high-quality, affordable health care, and the nation’s largest provider of sex education. (With or without insurance).

  • Address:224 N Wilkinson Street, Dayton, OH 45402
  • Phone: 937-226-0780

Access Hospital Dayton - Access Hospital in Dayton, Ohio, offers specialized, caring, inpatient mental health and substance abuse programming designed to assist adults who are in need of crisis stabilization. Services include individual and group therapy, 24-hour nursing care, medication management, dual-diagnosis treatment options, case management and discharge planning.

  • Address: 2611 Wayne Avenue, Dayton, OH  45420
  • Phone: 937-256-7801

Haven Behavioral Hospital of Dayton - offers customized treatments for individuals struggling with mental health and substance abuse issues.

  • Address: One Elizabeth Place, 9th Floor, Dayton, OH  45417
  • Phone: 937-500-0611 Call 24/7

Point of Pride - provides financial aid and direct support to trans folks in need of health and wellness care.  – searchable database by zip code for resources to help with food, clothing, misc. goods, housing, health, financial, and other free or reduced-cost programs.

Resources - Outside of Montgomery County

Warren County Community Resource Guidereferral for clothing, counseling services, disability services, employment, Family Supports, food pantries, homeless/housing, transportation, utility/emergency assistance.