About North Community Counseling Centers (NCCC)

Since 1968, North Community Counseling Centers (NCCC) has been providing services to our community. With five locations, home- and school-based programs, residential treatment centers, and more, NCCC is able to reach out to individuals, couples, and children throughout Franklin County who are struggling with challenges related to mental illness and addiction. NCCC is a non-profit mental health agency striving to educate and enrich the lives of the people it serves. In addition to individual, couple, and group therapy, NCCC offers case management, substance use disorder treatment, and youth and adolescent programming.

NCCC in the News

Media Contact

Yolanda Hodge, MS, LPCC
Director of Organizational Development
614.562.1737 (C)

Bryce Hirayama
Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator
614.943.9831 (C)

Fast Facts

NCCC is the oldest mental health agency in Central Ohio and has been operating since 1968.

NCCC has five offices located across Central Ohio: North, Bridge, West, South, and the Center for New Americans.

North Community is committed to providing all services in collaboration with the Alcohol, Drug, and Mental Health Board of Franklin County (ADAMH) and the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OHMAS).

NCCC provides services to the uninsured and those covered my Medicaid, Medicare, and some private insurers.

The Center for New Americans (CNA) was created in 2018 to serve individuals that are new to the country. CNA helps these individuals overcome acculturation barriers and provides culturally appropriate services to them.