Maumee Valley Guidance Center
Maumee Valley Guidance Center
Enhancing the quality of life for those we serve.
Highly trained Masters Level Clinicians are available to provide therapy for most problems or mental illness. Types of therapy include:
The same services as Outpatient but offered as an alternative for clients who prefer to meet in the comfort of their own home, or for clients who have transportation issues.
Psychiatry & Medication Management
We have experienced Psychiatrist & APRNs on staff to assist both youth & adult clients living with depression, anxiety or severe & persistent mental illness. Psychiatric medication evaluation & management services are offered.
Dual Diagnosis Group
A 21 week group specifically for individuals with a mental health diagnosis & alcohol/substance use disorders that meets clients at their level of change. Clients must agree to maintain sobriety for the length of the program.
A 26 week group which uses an evidence-based, present-focused counseling model to help people attain safety from trauma and/or substance use disorder.
Adult group for any individual experiencing issues with anger, domestic violence and/or substance use. A minimum of 21 sessions led by Masters Level Clinician teaches anger management skills, Pre & Post-tests are used to ensure that the skills are learned & practiced.
Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment
Case Management services for youth & adults living with severe mental or behavioral issues. The goal is for the individual to be able to remain independently functioning in the community. Case Managers are on-call 24 hours.
Supportive Services for Veterans Families
SSVF program provides eligible veterans with a range of supportive services including case management, assistance accessing VA and mainstream benefits, short-term temporary financial assistance and housing search/ placement assistance. The goal is to improve the housing stability of very low income veteran families.
The program is designed to support the client’s desire & goal to remain active in the natural community environment. A supportive environment of staff & clients is created to provide clients with daily living skills, wellness activities & daily socialization opportunities.
A national, evidence based program with measurable results that helps to reduce the severity of depression in older adults. This program offers depression screenings & education and helps participants to be better able to recognize and self-treat early symptoms of depression while improving well-being & reducing physical pain symptoms.
School Based Prevention Programs
Signs of Suicide (SOS)
The SOS Signs of Suicide Prevention Program (SOS) is a universal, school-based depression awareness and suicide prevention program offered to all middle and high schools in the four county area.
The Incredible Years® child training programs use dinosaur-themed materials and life-size puppets to engage children and strengthen social, emotional, and academic skills. The program is offered to all Pre-K through 1st grade classes in the four county area.
Prevention Trainings & Community Awareness
Mental Health First Aid & Youth Mental Health First Aid courses are offered to all Four County area residents, agencies and employers. This evidence based course helps people identify, understand and respond appropriately to mental health issues.
Defiance 211 Biede Ave. Defiance OH 43512 419-782-8856 / Fax 419-784-4506 MWF 8 am – 5 pm; TTh 8 am – 8 pm
Bryan 910 E. Maple St. Bryan OH 43506 419-636-2932 / Fax 419-636-1982 MThF 8 am – 5 pm; TW 8 am – 8 pm
Napoleon 1325 Woodlawn Ave. Napoleon OH 43545 419-592-5981 / Fax 419-592-4522 Weekdays 8 am – 5 pm
Wauseon 222 Depot St. Wauseon OH 43567 419-337-5941 / Fax 419-337-6439 Weekdays 8 am – 5 pm