formerly St. Joseph Orphanage (855) 577-PATH (7284)
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Medication Management

Psychopharmacological Medication Management

Our Medication Management Clinic offers psychiatric services to children, adolescents, and their families in southwestern Ohio. The clinic serves individuals who are active in other services within our agency, as well as individuals who are assessed to only need ongoing psychopharmacological management in order to maintain the stability they have achieved.

Our qualified prescriber team is made up of licensed, board certified medical doctors and nurse practitioners. In addition, our nursing team is available to assist with questions about medications and psychiatric services, pharmacy assistance, and symptom management and education.

Nurse Messaging Lines

For all of your needs and all of our locations please contact:
(855) 577-PATH (7284)

Business Hours

Monday-Thursday 8:00am to 5:00pm
Friday 8:00am to 12:00pm

Meet Our Prescriber Team

Joe Rieman, D.O.

Chief Medical Officer

Ann Weber, APRN CNP

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP)

Regina Woodson, APRN CNP

Certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP-C)

Shantel Zwissler, APRN CNP

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP)

Access to Care & Same Day Appointments

We are committed to offering immediate access to needed care. Appointments are offered both in person and through tele-health. In addition, a limited number of same day appointments are available for emergent situations and can be accessed by outreaching the Central Scheduling team.

Mobility Study

  • What: A study to determine if a lifestyle intervention or a lifestyle intervention plus metformin helps children and teens prevent or reverse weight gain caused by certain medications.
  • Who: Children and teens ages 8-17 years who have a mood disorder, are overweight, and are currently taking a second-generation antipsychotic or may start taking them.
  • Where: Visits take place in the patient’s mental health clinic during their regularly scheduled appointments.
  • Payment: Compensation up to $155 for patients and their caregivers may be available for time and travel.

All Outpatient Mental Health Services

Diagnostic Assessment

No referral needed – ages 3+

Assists in identifying suspected behavioral health and educational concerns, and provide ongoing treatment recommendations.

Medication Management

No referral needed – ages 3–22

Psychiatric assessment and medication management for individuals in need of continued psychiatric support.

Therapy & Counseling

No referral needed – ages 3+

Individual, group, and family therapy for
youth and adults in your home, school, or community setting. Office-based settings also available.

Case Management

No referral needed – ages 3–22

Community-based case management working directly with youth and their families wherever the behavioral concern occurs to help connect with resources within the community.

Intensive Home-Based Treatment

Referral-based – ages 4–17

Intensive, family-centered, home-based mental health treatment and support to enable youth to live in their homes and prevent out-of-home placement.

Transition to Independence

No referral needed – ages 14–22

Intensive community-based (outpatient) services focusing on a successful transition into adulthood.

School & Community Partnerships

Embedded in mental health and behavioral health staff and services to public/private schools or other community-based locations.

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