Mental Health Services

Jessica Petre, Program Services Director
2040 US Highway 50
Batavia, OH 45103
(513) 732-4838
jpetre@clermontdd.org

Jo Praschak, Program Counselor
(513) 732-4820
jpraschak@clermontdd.org

 

In 2014 the Clermont County Board of DD took steps towards becoming a certified Mental Health provider in Clermont County.  With growing demand to support individuals with Developmental Disabilities and Co-Occurring Mental Health concerns, these services will help meet that demand in Clermont County.  The goal is that by offering these services, there will be fewer individuals finding themselves in high risk situations that jeopardize their health and safety.

We are one of the first of 88 counties in Ohio to provide mental health services to individuals eligible for our DD services.

Services Offered                                           Click here for the Referral Form.

  • Mental Health Assessment
  • Psychiatric Evaluation
  • Individual Therapy
  • Behavioral Health Counseling
  • Pharmacologic Management

Who is Eligible?

Anyone who is eligible for services provided by the Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities, has Medicaid, and is in need of mental health services.

Mental health services are provided by licensed social workers and a board approved psychiatrist. The counselors are located at our Wildey Center.

Meet the Staff

neilNeil Dubin, M.D.
Contracting  Psychiatrist
(513) 721-1737

Dr. Dubin has extensive experience working with individuals with co-occurring mental illness and intellectual disabilities.

hollyHolly Knabb, MSW, LISW-S
Contracting Independent
Social Worker
(513) 732-5027

Holly is Social Worker with Supervisory Designation. Holly’s clinical experience varies greatly working with military service members, working in the jail, and/or working with individuals with co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse. Holly currently functions as the clinical supervisor for the Mental Health Support and Services program.

Our counselors are dedicated to incorporating the Sanctuary Model, a trauma informed culture, into therapy and counseling.