COVID Crisis After Hours Schedule

COVID 19 is stressful and more and more people are experiencing anxiety, depression, poor sleep and other mental health issues as the pandemic continues. We can help. Call the afterhours COVID Support Line at 740-355-8696, or click here to schedule a time to speak privately with a licensed counselor or social worker. We can even provide a virtual session over your smart phone, tablet or computer when you schedule a meeting with us through the COVID-19 support on-line scheduling. Schedule online

Memory Care in Ohio

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading cause of death both in Ohio and across the United States as a whole. There are currently more than 220,000 Ohio residents aged 65 and older living with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia, an increase of 13.6% from 2017. The CDC predicts that by 2060, the number of seniors affected by Alzheimer’s will double.

New - Appointment Reminders

Shawnee now offers appointment reminders. You choose how you want to receive them. Whether you prefer a phone call, text or email, we want to help keep you on track to be the "healthiest you" possible!

Telehealth Pilot

Shawnee has provided telepsychiatry services since the late 1990s.  Our many years of experience has enabled us to offer other services to our clients during the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you are interested in receiving mental health services through telehealth, please contact us to see if you are a qualifying patient. 

If you have not been seen at Shawnee, the following social worker is available to provide telehealth services:

COVID-19 Mental Health and Addiction Support Line Beginning July 13, 2020

COVID-19 Mental Health and Addiction Support Line Beginning July 13, 2020 Shawnee can provide after- hours counseling and support to residents in Adams, Lawrence, and Scioto Counties beginning July 13,2020 thanks to a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and assistance from the Alcohol-Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board of Adams, Lawrence, and Scioto Counties..

Shawnee is open for services

Shawnee is open for services. Many of our mental health staff are providing services over the telephone. If you need to speak to one of our mental health providers, please call the location where you receive services. Depending upon your situation, you may be asked to come into the clinic, otherwise we can take care of many issues over the phone. If you need primary care services, please call the clinic where you receive services and ask to speak to a primary care nurse. The nurse can assess the situation and connect you with a nurse practitioner or physician. It is advised that you speak to one of Shawnee’s staff before you come to the clinic. If you need blood work or other testing please call ahead.

Growing to Meet Community Needs

Shawnee’s Board of Directors approved the agency’s FY2020-2022 strategic plan at its June, 2019 board meeting. Prior to the approval of the plan, the board reviewed the Center’s accomplishments outlined in its FY2014-2019 plan.  I am pleased to share with you that Shawnee has accomplished all of the following objectives over the last few years:

Patient Portal Update

Thank you for using Patient Portal to engage our practice. We appreciate it! This message is to alert you to changes in your Patient Portal login experience effective September 12. On September 12 a new version of Patient Portal will be live that provides advanced security and a streamlined user experience. You will encounter a slight change in the “look” of the patient portal login screen and a brief series of screen prompts to create tighter standards for usernames and passwords. Here’s what will happen the first time you log-in to Patient Portal on or after September 12. Follow the screen prompts: - If your current username and/or password does not meet new, minimum security standards, you will be automatically prompted to update your username and/or password.

Shawnee Welcomes Dr. Jeffrey Hill!

Dr. Jeffrey Hill, long time primary care physician serving Scioto County, is joining Shawnee Family Health Center in August. Dr. Hill has been Shawnee’s primary care medical director since 2008 while he has maintained a private practice in the community. He and the nurse practitioners at Shawnee will continue to provide quality primary care services to our patients. Although Dr. Hill will not be taking new patients, Shawnee is accepting new primary care patients. Dr. Hill has invited all of his current patients to continue care at his new location where they will experience few changes. They will even be greeted by the same friendly, caring office staff – who have also decided to join us on Washington Street! We are very excited and honored that Dr.

Announcing New Scholarship for College Students

Announcing New Scholarship for College Students Community Partners of Shawnee Mental Health Center is offering a scholarship for college students that are pursuing a degree that will enable them to work within the mental health field. This is the first year that Community Partners has offered this scholarship. Two recipients will be awarded a $500.00 for the 2017-2018 school year.

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