Expanding virtual mental health services simply cannot wait — support Cincinnati’s Telehealth needs.
As we continue to share the trauma of COVID-19, clinicians at Lindner Center of HOPE have seen a substantial increase in the number of patients served. Telehealth services have been a lifeline as Lindner Center of HOPE clinicians have managed to serve more people during this time of crisis.
As leaders in providing the best diagnosis and treatment of people who suffer with mental illnesses, we realize Lindner Center is in need of expanding our justifiable presence in the telehealth marketplace. Please support our efforts in investing in one centralized telehealth platform to expand our reach and enhance access to patients suffering with mental illness.
Serving today’s patients and families will require new tools.
Lindner Center of HOPE must expand and incorporate additional technology and infrastructure to serve more patients and families in need of mental healthcare. Telehealth involves direct interaction between a clinician and a patient.
Virtual Mental Health Programs Benefit our Community
With the sudden escalation of telehealth visits, the Center is in need of expanding and incorporating additional technology and infrastructure to serve more patients and families in need of mental healthcare.
More Telehealth Options = Better Care in Cincinnati
Although telehealth has the disadvantage of the patient and clinician not being in the same room, it can create enhanced feelings of safety, security and privacy for many patients.
Give HOPE to help the 1 in 5 who suffer with Mental Illness
Lindner Center of HOPE provides patient-centered, scientifically-advanced care for individuals suffering with mental illness. Depending on the severity of illness, appropriate levels of care and treatment vary. The center offers several treatment programs ranging in level of care from the most acute and intensive treatment and crisis care to less intensive maintenance and wellness visits. Mood disorders, eating disorders, addictive disorders, anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorders, schizophrenia and related conditions, attention deficit hyperactivity disorders (ADHD), and stress-related conditions are addressed through acute partial hospitalization, an intensive outpatient program, residential treatment, or specialty programs at Lindner Center of HOPE. The center serves children, adolescents, adults, and seniors.