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We offer Behavior Health Care and Vocational Services to children and adults in Lucas and Wood Counties.More Information
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The Zepf Center is a local non-profit that provides behavioral health and vocational services to youth and adults with severe and persistent mental illness in Lucas County. Services include child & adolescent psychiatric, medical, residential, and therapy services, as well as career development. The center and foundation are named for Toledoan Elizabeth A. Zepf, a staunch advocate for citizens with mental illness.
The Zepf Center's mission is creating hope, wellness, recovery and career development through integrated services and community partnerships.
Integrated care is the coordination of general and behavioral health care needs in an effort to treat not just the body but the mind.
Each April since 1987, the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD) has sponsored Alcohol Awareness Month to increase public awareness and understanding, reduce stigma and encourage local communities to focus on alcoholism and alcohol-related issues.VIEW MORE
The start of 2016 has been an exciting time for the National Council. With the announcement of their “Be 1 in a Million” campaign, they have their sights set on an ambitious goal: one million people trained in Mental Health First Aid. The Zepf Center has recently joined that movement!VIEW MORE
NetWORK Division of Zepf Center has received a five year 15 million dollar Healthcare Professional Opportunity Grant (HPOG) from the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to empower low income individuals to obtain education and training needed to enter and advance in the health care field, announced by Jennifer Moses, CEO of the Zepf Center.VIEW MORE