Bellefaire JCB has regional offices in Lorain, Medina and Summit counties.
The Lorain County office provides a variety of outpatient, in-home and school-based treatment including many of the services offered in Cuyahoga County. The office is located at 347 Midway Blvd., Suite 200, Elyria, OH 44035. Phone: 440.723.5501 Get Directions
The Medina County office provides a variety of behavioral health, substance abuse treatment, outpatient counseling, school-based services and psychiatry. The office is located at 807 East Washington St., Suite 150, Medina, OH 44256. Phone: 330.241.4444 (Located in Washington Park, just off Washington St. about 1 mile east of Medina Square) Get Directions
Bellefaire JCB has a long tradition of providing effective outpatient and community-based behavioral health and substance abuse counseling in Northeast Ohio. Working continually to remain flexible and responsive, our services are designed to help meet the changing needs in our community. Available for children and adults, all services can be paid through Medicaid, limited commercial insurance providers or self-pay.
Therapeutic services address acute signs of behavioral/mental health symptoms and substance abuse disorders, including those highlighted below. Individualized treatment plans are developed to meet the specific needs of each client.
Behavioral and Mental Health
Alcohol, Drug and Co-Occurring Mental Health/Substance Abuse
In addition to the counseling services described above, Bellefaire has a program dedicated to assisting adolescents and adults engaged in substance abuse. After assessment, services include:
Ongoing outpatient psychiatry services are available for children, adolescents and adults in need of medication to address mental health diagnoses. Psychiatry services include a complete psychiatric evaluation followed by ongoing psychiatry appointments.
Bellefaire provides ongoing individual, family and group counseling in schools, allowing children and families to access behavioral services in a familiar, convenient setting. Teachers and other school staff are encouraged to provide frequent and direct input into treatment planning and interventions.
School-based consultation services allow mental health counselors to provide targeted behavioral interventions in schools. Services include consultation with parents and school staff; student observation; and participation in meetings related to youth, their functioning, and the impact their mental health issues have on the academic setting.
Bellefaire also facilitates groups for students, parents and school personnel on topics such as conflict resolution, grief recovery, anger management, divorce/separation, social skills, self-esteem, and coping with depression. Workshops for teachers and staff include managing mental health challenges in the classroom, de-escalating behaviors on the school bus, and designing behavioral interventions to deal with issues such as impulsivity and attention deficit behaviors.