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Stories of Support while on the Road to Recovery

... From Your Peers

Read stories about how members and peers give and receive emotional support, share knowledge, teach skills, provide practical help and connect people with resources, opportunities and communities while on their journey toward mental health recovery.

Two female members sit next to each other with smiles on their face as they engage in a mental health recovery activity
Helping Other People (HOPE) Eat volunteers stand in front of a food pantry

Changes to the TMWC Newsletter

Peer Connections, the monthly newsletter from Thomas M. Wernert Center, will move to an online/email format starting in July 2024.

Funding Partners

Funders and sponsors are a key part of the powerful community support behind the Thomas M. Wernert Centers. Our sponsors make it possible for TMWC to publish our newsletter, power our website, run our programs and services, and add small touches that help our members feel welcome and special.

Your support provides needed funding so we can provide the peer support services on which our members have come to rely. Thank you!

Buckeye Broadband
Great Toledo Community Foundation
Heart & Soul
The David and Laura Lovell Foundation
Mental Health & Recovery Services Board of Lucas County

Emergency Numbers

In the event you experience a mental health emergency at home, contact your Community Mental Health Center, Zepf Center, or 911, and request a Crisis Intervention Trained (CIT) police officer to respond. Community Mental Health Center services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Ohio Guidestone419-720-9274
NPI Respite419-473-2604
Unison Behavioral Health419-214-HOPE (4673)
Zepf Center419-841-7701
Zepf Center Crisis Care Services419-904-CARE (2273)
The information provided on the Thomas M. Wernert Center web site or in the posted materials is not intended to be a substitute for the advice, recommendation, or information provided to you by a health care professional (i.e., physician, therapist, case manager, etc.). The intent of the information is to educate users and provide a basic understanding of mental health care topics and services offered by TMWC.

If you have any questions regarding your mental health status or mental health condition, please call your physician immediately or dial 911 if it's an emergency. TMWC reserves the right to revise and update these terms and conditions or any other information on the website, at any time. Please contact us if you have any questions.