The Stetson Building, at 260 Stetson St., a short walk from UC Health University Hospital, is home to the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience’s administrative offices. Additionally, the department’s UC Health-based providers are located in the Stetson Building.
UC Health University Hospital
UC Health University Hospital, opened in 1823 as the country’s first teaching hospital, is the official teaching hospital for UC's College of Medicine. University Hospital has an international reputation, bringing thousands of people, from the region and around the world, to Cincinnati to receive care from world-renowned physicians in state-of-the-art medical facilities. The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience staff’s University Hospital’s Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) and inpatient units.
The CARE/Crawley Building opened in 2008, providing 240,000 square feet of new space on UC’s medical campus, including lab, research, teaching and library facilities. The striking design is by Erik Sueberkrop, a UC alumnus, STUDIOS Architecture principal, who won the Chicago Athenaeum American Architecture Award for the building design.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is an international leader in research and medical care related to infant, child and adolescent diseases. The hospital is a major teaching affiliate for UC's College of Medicine. The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience’s Child and Adolescent Residency Program is based at Cincinnati Children’s.
Cincinnati Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
The Cincinnati Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center provides surgical, medical and psychiatric services to eligible veterans in the Tristate region. The hospital is a primary teaching affiliate for UC's College of Medicine.
Medical Sciences Building
The Medical Sciences Building, built in 1974, has long been home to UC's College of Medicine. It houses the Center for Imaging Research, directed by Stephen Strakowski, the Dr. Stanley and Mickey Kaplan Professor & Chair of Psychiatry.
Lindner Center of HOPE
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience faculty members staff the Lindner Center of HOPE, which is affiliated with UC Health and the UC College of Medicine. It is a free-standing mental health center in Mason, Ohio, which provides care for individuals suffering with mental illness.
Logan Hall, on the UC medical campus near UC Health University Hospital, is the main location for Central Clinic, a community mental health center. Central Clinic serves as an outpatient mental health agency for Hamilton and Butler counties and as a forensic clinic for Hamilton and Clermont counties, including the Municipal Court and the Court of Common Pleas. The Resident Psychotherapy Clinic is located within Logan Hall.
UC Reading Campus
Much of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience’s basic research is conducted at the UC Reading Campus (formerly the Genome Research Institute) in the Cincinnati suburb of Reading. The Reading Campus is also one of two locations for the Tri-State Tobacco and Alcohol Research Center, which is affiliated with the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience, the Cincinnati Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center and UC Health.
The Crossroads Center at 311 Martin Luther King Drive is a full-service behavioral health care agency within the service provider network of Hamilton County and Greater Cincinnati. The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience’s Opiate Addiction Recovery Services (OARS) is a specialized addictions treatment program jointly owned by the department and the Crossroads Center. OARS offers comprehensive alcohol and drug assessments to adult and adolescent men and women throughout the Greater Cincinnati area. Its primary service is methadone maintenance treatment. It also offers dual diagnosis treatment and a unique track for pregnant, opiate-addicted women.
The Cincinnati Addiction Research Center (CinARC) is housed at 3210 Jefferson Ave., near the medical campus. It has been conducting clinical trials for the past 16 years in an effort to develop new pharmacological and psychosocial treatments for addiction, now recognized as chronic relapsing brain disorder. It is led by Eugene Somoza, MD, PhD (director), and Theresa Winhusen, PhD (associate director).
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience
PO Box 670559
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0559
260 Stetson Street
Cincinnati, OH 45219