All services (except dental) to be delivered by telephone or video

Beginning April 8, 2020, all services provided by Community Mental Healthcare and Community Family Health Center (excluding dental) will be delivered by telephone or by video (

There are exceptions to this policy:

Medical Necessity: Any individual whose medical needs require face-to-face interaction will be seen.

Medical Emergency: You will be seen if you are experiencing a behavioral or medical crisis, or dental emergency. Please note, if you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, call 911 immediately.

Crisis Intervention: Crisis Intervention will remain available 24/7 in Tuscarawas and Carroll County.

Emergency Dental: Our dental staff will remain available to any individual experiencing a dental emergency. If you are experiencing pain, please contact our office for a telephone consult.

NO ONE WILL BE TURNED AWAY: Anyone entering our offices in order to meet with one of our providers will not be turned away. Please expect to be screened for COVID-19 symptoms and for necessary precautions to be taken to ensure your safety and the safety of our other visitors and staff.

If you are currently receiving services at Community Mental Healthcare or Community Family Health Center, you will be contacted by your provider or one of our staff to discuss your preferences. We will continue to accept new patients.These are trying times for our community and the world.

CMH continues to put the safety and well-being of our employees and those whom we serve at the forefront of all decisions we make as an organization. If you have any questions, please call 330.343.6631.