Mental Health Counseling Services are available at the LSSNWO regional offices as well as numerous counseling sites throughout northwestern Ohio. Our licensed and experienced therapists can provide individual and group psychotherapy for:
Loss of loved ones
Families in conflict
Stress in a marriage
Adolescents confused by a complicated world
People with job concerns
Older persons needing care
People facing divorce
Dealing with death or dying
Sexual and physical abuse issues
Concerns about health
Depression and anxiety
Behavioral difficulties in children and adolescents
People with severe and persistent mental illnesses
Outpatient Therapy provides counseling in a safe, hopeful environment for individuals, families, couples and groups in order to deal with issues that have become overwhelming for them. Services are provided by professionally trained and state licensed staff.
Community Support Services (CSP) are provided in both individual and group activities to include actions directed toward obtaining, coordinating, linking and monitoring mental health, medical, rehabilitation, employment and other formal or informal community support services necessary to meet the needs of the severely mentally disabled or “at-risk” populations.
Substance Abuse Services provides individual, group and intensive group outpatient services for persons with a diagnosis of substance abuse or dependence.
Survivors of Suicide Bereavement Group
Meets the third Monday of the month from 7-8:30 pm
All Saints Lutheran Church
5445 Heatherdowns Blvd., Toledo Ohio 43614
Professionally facilitated by Sharon Donatelli, LISW
In December - Candlelight Memorial Service with fellowship and refreshments following service. (Click Here for More Information)
Crossroads Family Resource Center is located in Reformation Lutheran Church in Toledo. It offers assistance to individuals and families to learn about and access helpful community resources; individual and family counseling; Project Omega, which is designed for women and children who have experienced domestic violence; and classes for anger management, parenting education and parent-teen interactive education. The Financial Stability Collaborative services are also available at this site.
Children, Youth & Family Services
Children and Youth
Family Stabilization Program includes the Siemer Project which assists families in crises by helping them remain in their homes and schools to allow for the best support for academic success. Families with school age children who are currently in housing but are at risk of becoming homeless and need temporary rent or utility assistance may qualify following an interview with a clinician after meeting all five HUD defined eligibility criteria in addition to HPRP criteria.
Military Service Persons and Their Families
Volunteer Guardianship Program (VGP) provides legal guardians for indigent, incompetent older adults in Lucas County. The program provides a service by which trained volunteer guardians are court appointed for indigent older adults who are deemed incompetent by the Lucas County Probate Court.
Emergency Pantry & Food Programs are available in many LSS branch offices and family resource centers. We offer a three-day supply of emergency food, which is available with a written referral to individuals or families in need once per month. Donations of non-perishable items are welcomed. Contact your local office to contribute to this ministry.
Adoption Services for individuals and families seeking adoption from foreign or domestic service providers has been suspended and no new home studies will be scheduled at this time but post-placement supervision will continue.
Crisis Intervention Services