Mental Health Resource

As a youth, do you:

  • Feel confused all the time?​

  • Have prolonged depression (sadness or irritability)?

  • Have feelings of extreme highs and lows?

  • Have excessive fears, worries and anxieties?

  • Withdraw from your friends and family?

  • Have changes in eating or sleeping habits?

  • Strong feelings of anger?

  • Strange thoughts (delusions)?

  • See or hear things that aren't there (hallucinations)?

  • Have problems coping with daily problems and school activities?

  • Have suicidal thoughts?

  • Numerous unexplained physical ailments?

Did you answer yes to any of these questions and you want to speak with someone immediately?

 Call Butler County Mental Health Hotline 844-427-4747.

If you are looking for more resources, check out our link below.

Community Resource

If you are looking for such resources as:

  • Basic needs (food, housing/shelter, transport, temporary financial aid, etc).

  • Legal services.

  • Education

  • Healthcare, etc.

Check out United Way of Greater Cincinnati's 2-1-1 Community Resource Directory.



Self-care is any activity that we do deliberately in order to care about our mental, emotional, and physical health. Self-care is a personal matter. Everyone’s approach will be different. It relates to what you do at work and outside of work to look after your holistic well-being so that you can meet your personal and professional.

For more information about self-care, click the link below.


Tobacco use is the leading preventable cause of disease and death in the United States. 
Tobacco contains nicotine, which is a chemical compound that leads to tobacco addiction. 
It is not the nicotine itself that causes disease and death; it is the many other chemicals, some carcinogens, that are used in cigarettes and other other forms of tobacco.

For more information about self-care, click the link below.