Montgomery County, Ohio employs a "No Wrong Door" service system to help people in crisis connect with resources they need. Resources include:
- United Way's Helplink system can be reached by calling (937) 225-3000 or by calling 2-1-1 from a landline phone.
- The Community Resource Guide provides contact information for agencies throughout the Miami Valley that provide food, clothing and housing assistance; homeless services; utilities support; health and medical services; mental health and addiction services; educational and employment services; legal assistance; disabilities services; youth and senior resources; and more. It also provides supports related to family violence. See other resources here.
- The Quick Resource Guide is a single page, front-and-back guide that lists the names of agencies and their phone numbers that can help people in crisis.
- Get Help Now Montgomery County is a free, easy-to-use app that instantly connects you with local service providers for addiction, rehab, mental health and more. You can also call 937-224-4646 to speak with the Samaritan CrisisCare 24/7 hotline for information and referral.
Many County services, including those offered by the Montgomery County Board of Developmental Disabilities, are funded in part or in total by the county's two Human Services Levies.