This fight isn’t just yours, it’s ours.

Our mission is to improve the accessibility and quality of mental health and substance use services through advocacy with local, state and federal policy-makers, education of the public, and promotion of research-based practices among providers.​ We pursue our mission supported by a culturally and geographically diverse board of directors; following research into the prevention and treatment of mental illness; partnering with other mental health organizations, and through affiliation with the national association, Mental Health America.

Need a mental health screening?

Online screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common, and treatable. And recovery is possible.

Focus Areas

There’s No Health Without Mental Health.

2024 Scholarship

We will be awarding a minimum of two (2) scholarships worth $1,000.00 this year, one of each Hodes and Harrod. Applications are Due March 1, 2024. Award recipients will be notified by May 1, 2024.


View mental health and suicide prevention resources and training programs for students, teachers, first responders, faith leaders, and other professionals and community members.


We have many programs offering support to those who either are themselves dealing with issues or know someone who is experiencing challenges related to mental health issues.

Get Involved

Ways for you to get involved include donations, assisting with ongoing or special events, and partnerships for businesses to promote employee and community wellness. Get involved today!

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Mental illnesses are brain-based conditions that affect thinking, emotions, and behaviors. Since we all have brains – having some kind of mental health problem during your life is really common. No matter what kind of mental health problem someone is facing, it is always possible to get better. If you think you’re experiencing a mental illness, try to find any kind of support earlier than later. Like other illness, treating mental illnesses early can help you get better faster.

We welcome the opportunity to assist you! We are available via phone, text, and email most weekdays. Please call 859.684.7778 or email if you have urgent questions that are not covered here at this time!

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