Tri-County Help Center: COVID-19 Notice to Clients and Stakeholders
Our offices will be reopening and resuming all services on Tuesday May 26th.
Here are some guidelines we are asking you to follow in order to keep everyone safe:
Face coverings are required for all. If you don't have one, one will be provided for you.
Please do not arrive more than 10 minutes prior to your appointment.
Please do not bring any extra people or children with you to your appointment.
All donated items have been put away, but are still available if you have a need. Please just ask a staff person for assistance.
If you are experiencing cold-like symptoms, please stay home. Most services can be provided over the phone.
Call us to get your appointments scheduled. 740-695-5441
Even with the state's stay-at-home order in effect, it is still important to take care of your mental health. We are committed to our clients during this time and are taking every step to ensure the safety of both our clients and staff during this health crisis. If you have any questions, concerns or just someone to talk to during this difficult time, please call us 24 hours a day at 740-695-5441.
At Tri-County Help Center, we are dedicated to helping people overcome domestic violence, sexual assault, and mental health issues.
Am I being abused?
It can be hard to tell whether what you’re experiencing is really abuse. Physical abuse is what most people think of when they hear the word “abuse”, but there’s a lot more to it. Learn more >>
Have I been sexually assaulted?
Sexual assault includes much more than just rape, and one out of four women will be assaulted within their lifetime. Learn more >>.
Am I being stalked?
Stalking can make you feel fearful, depressed, helpless, and as though your life is out of control. It is a form of abuse, and its effects can be just as severe. Learn more >>.
Depressed, Stressed or just Overwhelmed?
We have the resources and people that can help you through it. From counseling, case management or one of our group classes, we can help you overcome it. Learn more >>.
These problems are not your fault.
You did not do anything to provoke the attack against you. These acts are committed out of an attacker’s need to exert power and control, not out of love or desire.
Tri-County Help Center, Inc. is a private, non-profit contract agency of the Mental Health and Recovery Board serving Belmont, Monroe, and Harrison counties in Ohio.