1100 Wayne Street, Suite 4002
Troy, Ohio 45373


Our mission is to promote mental wellness through education and advocacy, giving hope and preserving lives.



(937) 332-9293




Darke, Shelby and Miami County


FREE ON-LINE ANONYMOUS MENTAL HEALTH SELF ASSESSMENT SCREENINGS – The screening tool is not a substitute for a professional mental health evaluation and does not provide a diagnosis. This is a tool for any individual to use to see if they are having symptoms that are consistent with certain illnesses or disorders and to also help them to evaluate what they may need and what options are available to assist them in being fully mentally well.

Free Mental Health Assessments are available for:
  • Depression
  • Brief Screen – Adolescent Depression
  • Generalized Anxiety
  • Eating Disorders
  • Post Traumatic Stress
  • Alcohol and Drug Use Disorders
  • Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression)

To access free screenings, go to and click on the “free screenings” tab.


The Mental Health Coalition website contains listings of free or sliding scale fee mental health services, free community support groups, as well as other community, state and national resources. Links to a wide array of information related to mental wellness is also available. If you know of a local support group to include on our website, please email with the details.

Community Education: The Mental Health Coalition provides community education at events, symposiums and community meetings year round. Our priority focus for community education is Suicide   Prevention. We also provide education and outreach on topics promoting mental wellness and discouraging cyberbullying.

Professional Education: The Mental Health Coalition offers education symposiums with learning credits for various professionals disciplines including social workers, marriage and family therapists, counselors, attorneys, nurses and other business professionals at minimum twice per year; each having a component of Suicide Prevention built in. The target focus for 2012 – 2015 is Veterans' mental health.

Please see our website for current offerings.

Advocacy:  The Mental Health Coalition adopted the Center for Disease Control’s Division of Violence and Injury Prevention’s Strategy for Preventing Suicide by promoting positive individual, family and community connectedness in 2008. Promoting “connectedness” is key in all efforts the Mental Health Coalition ranging from committing time and resources to actively advocating for positive community conditions to offering on-line    tools; mental health screenings, support group listings, referrals and other resources to help people get and stay connected to  each other and our community.


Check on-line at for free mental health assessments, referrals, support groups, and for our latest   professional education offerings, or call to schedule an educational offering at (937) 332-9293.


Most services are free; there sometimes is a charge for attending specific professional education workshops.