Coshocton Behavioral Health Choices provides compassionate, person-centered, wrap-around behavioral health services to individuals and our community.


CBHC is still open and here to help. We have implemented some changes due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.  

Walk-in Wednesdays is still in effect so don't hesitate to come in on Wednesday if you need help.  When you come, please use the provided hand sanitizer upon entry and before leaving the agency.  We also encourage you to wear a mask while out in public. Patients will not be walking through the agency other than specific rooms.  We have "clean" rooms set aside with laptops for you to use in order to talk with a clinician over video Telehealth.  

Our hours have changed to 8am to 4pm, Monday - Friday 

while the quarantine order is in effect

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Emotional changes

Be alert for emotional changes, such as:

  • Feelings of sadness, which can include crying spells for no apparent reason
  • Frustration or feelings of anger, even over small matters
  • Feeling hopeless or empty
  • Irritable or annoyed mood
  • Loss of interest or pleasure in usual activities
  • Loss of interest in, or conflict with, family and friends
  • Low self-esteem
  • Feelings of worthlessness or guilt
  • Fixation on past failures or exaggerated self-blame or self-criticism
  • Extreme sensitivity to rejection or failure, and the need for excessive reassurance
  • Trouble thinking, concentrating, making decisions and remembering things
  • Ongoing sense that life and the future are grim and bleak
  • Frequent thoughts of death, dying or suicide

Behavioral changes

Watch for changes in behavior, such as:
  • Tiredness and loss of energy
  • Insomnia or sleeping too much
  • Changes in appetite — decreased appetite and weight loss, or increased cravings for food and weight gain
  • Use of alcohol or drugs
  • Agitation or restlessness — for example, pacing, hand-wringing or an inability to sit still
  • Slowed thinking, speaking or body movements
  • Frequent complaints of unexplained body aches and headaches, which may include frequent visits to the school nurse
  • Social isolation
  • Poor school performance or frequent absences from school
  • Less attention to personal hygiene or appearance
  • Angry outbursts, disruptive or risky behavior, or other acting-out behaviors
  • Self-harm — for example, cutting, burning, or excessive piercing or tattooing
  • Making a suicide plan or a suicide attempt

What's normal and what's not

It can be difficult to tell the difference between ups and downs that are just part of being a teenager and teen depression. Talk with your teen. Try to determine whether he or she seems capable of managing challenging feelings, or if life seems overwhelming.

When to see a doctor

If depression signs and symptoms continue, begin to interfere in your teen's life, or cause you to have concerns about suicide or your teen's safety, talk to a doctor or a mental health professional trained to work with adolescents. Your teen's family doctor or pediatrician is a good place to start. Or your teen's school may recommend someone.

Depression symptoms likely won't get better on their own — and they may get worse or lead to other problems if untreated. Depressed teenagers may be at risk of suicide, even if signs and symptoms don't appear to be severe.

If you're a teen and you think you may be depressed — or you have a friend who may be depressed — don't wait to get help. Talk to a health care provider such as your doctor or school nurse. Share your concerns with a parent, a close friend, a spiritual leader, a teacher or someone else you trust.

When to get emergency help

Suicide is often associated with depression. If you think you may hurt yourself or attempt suicide, call 911 or your local emergency number immediately.

Also consider these options if you're having suicidal thoughts:

  • Call your mental health professional.
  • Call a suicide hotline. In the U.S., call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) or use its webchat on
  • Seek help from your primary care doctor or other health care provider.
  • Reach out to a close friend or loved one.
  • Contact a minister, spiritual leader or someone else in your faith community.
If a loved one or friend is in danger of attempting suicide or has made an attempt:
  • Make sure someone stays with that person.
  • Call 911 or your local emergency number immediately.
  • Or, if you can do so safely, take the person to the nearest hospital emergency room.

Handout for Parents

CBHC is pleased to announce that it is now a

Child Parent Psychotherapy site.

Trauma during childhood is a precursor to behavioral health issues such as addiction or mental health concerns during a child’s entire lifetime. CBHC is pleased to announce that it is now a fully rostered, Child Parent Psychotherapy site. Completing 18 hours of intense training and nearly two years of supervision by CPP professionals, CBHC is taking clients for this program targeted towards children birth to 5 years old.

If your child has endured trauma, from abuse, accidents, injuries, disease or relocation from their original caregivers, please contact us today to find out more about that fabulous program that produces results in young children, saving them from a lifetime of behavioral health issues. Watch the video below to learn more about the process.

Please call Jeanette Hall, LPCC-S, at 740-622-0033 ext. 105 for more information.


Love and Logic Parenting Class

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Moms Club - Every Friday

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For professional, confidential therapeutic intervention, call us today.

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Coshocton Behavioral Health Choices has been part of this community since 1972, helping people find themselves again. The storms of life can toss us into a world that is unrecognizable, but we can help you rebuild your wings, finding resiliency and strength that you forgot you had.

We provide Professional Comprehensive Outpatient Services for all Behavioral Health Needs

Professional Therapeutic Intervention including:

Substance Use Disorders
Post Traumatic Stress
Case Management
Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Medical Services
Medication Assisted Treatment

Life Can Be a Challenge...we are here to help during the struggles.

Our clients are provided with the very best therapeutic intervention, including cognitive behavioral therapy, offered by licensed clinicians and therapists. We also offer integrated clinical care to provide healthcare and prescription medications for those who require it. Our on-site Certified Nurse Practitioner and staff are pleased to help you on your way to total wellness!

We Can Help You To Manage 


Who among us doesn't have stress? However, when life's burdens become too great to bare, it is important to seek professional advice to help you on your way to living life to it's fullest again.


Sure. We all get the blues at times. But if you've struggled with debilitating sadness for two weeks or longer, or you are having feelings of loss and despair, we want to help you find hope in your life again.


​Relationships are hard to navigate through! They can be the best of times -- and the worst of times. Many times, parenting, marriage, divorce and loss can cause us to lose our way. We can help you reposition yourself in life, encouraging positive relationships in your life.

Substance Use and Other Disorders

Addiction is a treatable, chronic medical disease involving complex interactions among brain circuits, genetics, the environment, and an individual’s life experiences. People with addiction use substances or engage in behaviors that become compulsive and often continue despite harmful consequences.

Prevention efforts and treatment approaches for addiction are generally as successful as those for other chronic diseases. 


Call Us:

For Information or to Schedule An Appointment With Our Professional Therapeutic Team


(740) 622-0033

Coshocton Behavioral Health Choices

610 Walnut Street

Coshocton, OH 43812


For emergency help and care after hours, please call: 


Hours of Operation

Mental Health, Substance Use Disorders, and Flight School (Child Therapy wing)

8am - 6pm Monday - Thursday

Friday by appointment only

Hours of Operation 

CBHC Clinic

Monday 7 am - 7 pm

Tuesday 7 am - 7 pm

Wednesday 8 am - 4 pm

Thursday 8 am - 4 pm

CLOSED on Fridays

Hours subject to change

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