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CRAIG and Frances Lindner CENTER OF Hope

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Lindner Center of Hope offers mental health treatment with patient-centered care and compassionate acute inpatient services. Located in Mason, OH.
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Lindner Center of Hope
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Program areas at CRAIG and Frances Lindner CENTER OF Hope

Acute inpatient care: for adult patients needing the highest level of care and crisis intervention delivered with compassion and respect, Lindner Center of Hope has 32 private rooms divided into two 16-room units for acute hospital stays. After a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation is completed to gain a thorough understanding of the specific needs of each patient, inpatient treatment focuses on quickly resolving serious and life threatening symptoms. Adult partial hospitalization: the adult partial hospitalization program keeps patients, who meet program criteria, out of the hospital, while providing intensive treatment in a safe setting. Lindner Center of Hope is committed to providing the full spectrum of care for children, adolescents, and adults suffering with mental illness. When an individual's daily functioning is impaired by mental illness, yet criteria are not met for hospitalization, the child, adolescent, and adult partial hospitalization programs (php) provide intensive treatment in a safe and therapeutic environment, without full hospitalization. Partial hospitalization helps patients progress to the point where standard outpatient appointments can be effective. These programs are also used as a step-down program from hospitalization, with the intent of gradually easing a patient back into their home environment. The program operates monday through friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., except for eating disorder patients who attend until 6:00 p.m., and enrollees attend 5 days per week for up to 4 weeks. The program offers some flexibility in design, so that the php treatment team and the enrollee can work together to create the right treatment plan for each individual. Transcranial magnetic stimulation therapy: major depression is a debilitating brain disorder that affects one in 10 adults. It is caused by an imbalance of chemicals in the brain that result in a persistent state of sadness and loss of interest in or pleasure from normal activities. Individuals that have tried medications and psychotherapy to relieve their symptoms, with little or no success, often give up Hope. The innovation of transcranial magnetic stimulation (tms) can improve symptoms and give Hope to those struggling to live their lives. Nationally recognized as experts in the treatment of depression, Lindner Center of Hope psychiatrists offer tms as an innovative treatment modality that delivers positive results to patients coping with mental illness. Tms is a non-systemic and non-invasive treatment for depression that received the prestigious popular science award best of what's new in 2009. Electroconvulsive therapy (ect) is a safe and effective treatment option for certain mental illnesses and is the gold standard for treatment of certain psychiatric disorders, causing changes in brain chemistry that can immediately reverse symptoms. As one of the oldest and most widely used mental health procedures, often, ect works when other treatments are unsuccessful. Ect is an extremely effective form of treatment, often safer and more effective than medications or no treatment at all. Lindner Center of Hope is the leading provider of ect in the area. The Center's ect expert providers and a caring staff perform the procedure in the state-of-the-art farmer family neuromodulation Center with the latest technology and equipment. Treatment appointments can be scheduled monday, wednesday, thursday, and friday, 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., with new patients starting the process through intake or while in our hospital. Lindner Center of Hope women's mental health program: some mental health concerns are unique to women, especially as they relate to a woman's reproductive life cycle. This cycle is naturally filled with highs and lows that are linked to physical changes, hormonal fluctuations, life-altering events - often equally joyous, sad, and stressful. Sometimes it can be hard to know when a mood or behavior is more than a normal reaction to physiological change or stress. The women's mental health program at Lindner Center of Hope strives to promote and enhance women's mental health and well-being across the reproductive lifecycle. Specialists are available to help individuals and their clinicians by providing comprehensive diagnostic assessments, consultations, medication management, and psychotherapy services. Residential services: for patients seeking care beyond the hospital setting and the limits imposed by third party payers, Lindner Center of Hope offers comprehensive care for adults age 18 years and older (sibcy house) and for adults age 18 and older needing assessments and care plans (williams house) in a short term residential setting. Sibcy house is a 16-room, private-pay, residential program that offers a premiere diagnostic and treatment environment not found in traditional hospitals or treatment centers. Patients benefit from an extensive diagnostic assessment followed by extended stays to initiate their individualized treatment plan. Sibcy house programs feature: - comprehensive diagnostic assessment - diagnostic and treatment program - addictive and co-occurring disorders program - continuing treatment within these programs, sibcy house offers specialty tracks for patients diagnosed with: - depression and bipolar disorder - eating disorders - addictive disorders - co-occurring psychiatric disorders - anxiety disorders - obsessive compulsive disorder williams house is a 16 bed, private pay residential program that offers a core assessment program and additional weeks that allow each individual stay to be customized for the patient and family. A 14-day core assessment focuses on the diagnostics, evaluation and an extensive array of assessments and test, individualized based on the patient's presenting symptoms. The second component zeroes in on stabilization, skills building, increasing independence and initiative and changing treatment trajectory through daily groups focused on skills of emotional management and interpersonal effectiveness. The third component works to prepare the patient for the next level of care, whether within the williams house or with another provider. Individual therapy, groups and clinical skills building, within the dbt and cbt structured milieu, occurs during the entire visit but becomes more of the focus after the diagnostic workup is complete. Our programs are built to get to the root of issues and treat each disorder in a safe, welcoming environment. Here are the issues we diagnose and treat: - anxiety problems - addictive issues - co-occurring disorders - disordered eating - mood problems - obsessive compulsive disorder (ocd) - disordered thinking - maladaptive coping skills - family or relationship problems - neurodevelopmental issues - learning differences or problems with school disorder cincinnati children's hospital medical Center hospitalization services for adolescents: cincinnati children's at Lindner Center of Hope, staffed by Lindner Center of Hope clinical providers, provides stabilization for struggling adolescents age 12 to 17 on the 16-bed adolescent unit. Patients participate in structured daily activities that are evidence-based and interdisciplinary in nature. Many involve group work with peers and staff. The treatment team can include psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, dietitians, and general practice physicians. Daily programming aims to ensure comprehensive and adolescent-centered education and treatment during the course of the inpatient stay. The recovery process begins during the course of the inpatient stay in order to promote as smooth a transition as possible to the outpatient setting. The collaboration between cincinnati children's hospital medical Center and Lindner Center of Hope results in the highest quality care for adolescents on the unit. The team treats adolescents with all mental health diagnoses who meet admission criteria and also offers a specialty eating disorders track.

Who funds CRAIG and Frances Lindner CENTER OF Hope

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
The Frances and Craig Lindner FoundationEndowment Fund$4,892,045
Farmer Family FoundationExempt Purpose of Organization$3,000,000
The Carl H and Edyth B Lindner FoundationGeneral Fund$1,000,000
...and 27 more grants received totalling $13,353,541

Personnel at CRAIG and Frances Lindner CENTER OF Hope

Paul CrosbyPresident and Chief Executive Officer / President and Chief Operating Officer / Chief Operating Officer / Chief Medical Officer$447,372
Laura C NixonChief Financial Officer and Administration Officer$220,885
Danielle JohnsonChief Medical Officer$301,749
Marilyn SchwembergerChief Nursing Officer$191,220
Lisa GibbsPast Chief Financial Officer$215,056
...and 12 more key personnel

Financials for CRAIG and Frances Lindner CENTER OF Hope

RevenuesFYE 06/2022
Total grants, contributions, etc.$14,040,511
Program services$31,339,036
Investment income and dividends$3,196,736
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$-13,737
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$357,903
Total revenues$48,920,449

Form 990s for CRAIG and Frances Lindner CENTER OF Hope

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2022-062023-05-13990View PDF
2021-062022-05-04990View PDF
2020-062021-05-26990View PDF
2019-062020-09-18990View PDF
2018-062019-08-06990View PDF
...and 8 more Form 990s

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Data update history
October 25, 2023
Received grants
Identified 2 new grant, including a grant for $50,000 from Ambrecht Family Foundation
July 22, 2023
Received grants
Identified 17 new grant, including a grant for $4,202,026 from The Frances and Craig Lindner Foundation
July 21, 2023
Posted financials
Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2022
July 3, 2023
Updated personnel
Identified 1 new personnel
June 30, 2023
Used new vendors
Identified 2 new vendors, including , and
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HealthMental health
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General information
4075 Old Western Row Rd
Mason, OH 45040
Metro area
Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN
Warren County, OH
Website URL
(513) 536-0314
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IRS details
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Form 990
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Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
NTEE code, primary
F30: Mental Health Treatment
NAICS code, primary
622: Hospitals
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