Behavioral Health Services Marysville Ohio

Behavioral Health Services for Addiction Recovery and Mental Health Wellness

At The Marysville Union, your recovery matters. Our programs, case management, and occupational support services place you on the path to full addiction recovery and mental health well-being.



We provide a warm and welcoming environment where you will never feel stigmatized and will always be treated with respect.



Our business partnerships provide transitional work opportunities and training.



We are a supportive bridge between outpatient care and normal daily life.



Our programs improve recovery outcomes and successfully mitigate relapse.

You Don’t Have to Feel Desperate and Alone

Coping with substance use and mental health disorders can leave you feeling desperate and isolated. You question your self-worth, your place in the world, and whether you will ever hold a job, have a home, or live a normal life again. You shouldn’t have to feel this way, and you don’t have to face it alone.

Your Recovery Matters

The Marysville Union fills a critical void in the Marysville, OH community mental health care and recovery system, and our team understands your needs.

Led by Dr. Bryan Borland, a graduate of Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Many among the staff are successfully in longterm recovery for mental health issues or substance use disorder

Our dedicated staff understands the stigma that accompanies substance abuse and mental illness, and can help you regain dignity and productivity

Decades of experience in behavioral health services and mental health counseling make us your perfect resource and recovery partner

Your Recovery Matters

A Multidimensional Approach to Behavioral Health Services

Studies consistently show the link between substance abuse and mental health disorders that have a cascading negative impact on individuals’ lives. It’s why the team at The Marysville Union takes a holistic approach to recovery.

From thorough diagnosis and implementation of support services, to access to housing, job training, education and hygiene, your care will be multidimensional to ensure recovery and long-lasting success.

Substance Abuse


We offer a safe space with like minded peers and getting life back on track with stability in the workforce.


Mental Health


Employing a regimen of behavioral health therapies, we build back your self esteem and connection to hope.


Life/Coping Skills


Learn the life skills and daily coping mechanisms you need for success as a responsible and valued member of your community.


Work-Ordered Day


Our structured work-ordered day creates an important sense of shared responsibility and is an essential step on the road to your recovery.


Counseling and Mental Health Services with Your Success in Mind

Don’t let the stress and stigma of substance abuse and mental illness prevent you from getting the care and support you need to rebuild your life. Your recovery matters. We’re here to help.

Take A Tour


Schedule an appointment to tour The Marysville Union or fill-out the questionnaire to get the assessment process underway.

Get An Assessment


Speak with a dedicated staff member about membership to receive mental health and substance abuse care.

Support & Training


Start rebuilding the self- esteem, coping mechanisms, and life skills you need to live, work and flourish every day.

Get Your Life Back


Graduate from the program knowing you have your life back and a “family” of professionals and peers who are there for you.

Mental Illness and Substance Abuse Combine to Devastating Effect In Communities Across America

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one in five Americans will experience a mental illness in a given year. Moreover 40 – 60% of people who suffer addiction will relapse. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) finds that nearly 30% of individuals who are chronically homeless suffer some form of mental illness, and 50% are also substance abusers. It may seem the odds are against you ever recovering.

Mental Illness and Substance Abuse Combine to Devastating Effect In Communities Across America
You Are Not Alone

You Are Not Alone

It’s OK to ask for help. Mental health and substance abuse have no age connected to them. Children, young adults, older adults, and even seniors deal with these challenges daily. When you walk outside you want to feel the warmth of the sun, the smell of fresh air, the sounds of birds chirping, or the wind blowing through the trees. You are able to enjoy life again. You are able to live again!

Find Yourself and Transform Your Life

Who were you before depression and anxiety took over your life, before you slipped into a debilitating substance abuse habit?

Find yourself again and transform your life through the behavioral health support services provided at The Marysville Union. Become a club member today.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is The Marysville Union?

The Marysville Union is part of Clubhouse International and is organized to support people living with mental illness in Marysville, Ohio. During their participation, clubhouse members gain access to opportunities to rejoin the worlds of friendships, family, employment, and education and the services and support they may individually need to continue their recovery.

The Marysville Union provides a restorative and caring environment for people whose lives have been severely disrupted because of their mental illness, who need the emotional support of others who are in recovery, and who believe that mental illness and substance abuse are treatable.

How does one become a patient at The Marysville Union?

The Marysville Union does not have patients in the same way that a clinic or hospital might characterize those whom they treat. At The Marysville Union, you join voluntarily and become a clubhouse member working hand-in-hand with staff and other members to lend emotional support and help deliver the health services, care, counseling, stress reduction, and camaraderie that results in meaningful, measurable progress toward better lives for themselves, other clubhouse members, and their communities at large.

How prevalent is mental health illness as a co-occuring feature of substance abuse?

All too often addiction goes hand-in-hand with mental illnesses. The relationship between the two is such that it can be difficult to determine which precipitated the other. However, what can be determined is that they have a devastating effect on the emotional, financial, private, and professional lives of those suffering from the co-occurring maladies of substance abuse and mental illness.

The impacts are also felt by their friends, families, children, colleagues, and entire communities of those suffering behavioral health problems. Most professionals agree that in order to stem the rising tide of substance abuse and mental illness, both have to be addressed and treated concurrently.

What are some of the impacts of mental illness?

According to Clubhouse International, mental illness is more prevalent than cancer, diabetes and heart disease. 450 million people worldwide have some type of mental disorder. Of the 800,000 people on average who commit suicide annually, approximately 90% of those suicides are related to mental illness.

More than half of adults in America suffering from mental illness do not receive care. The news related to diagnosis and behavioral health care among adolescents is equally alarming with over 60% of young people with major depression not receiving ANY behavioral health support.

Are there financial impacts associated with poor behavioral health?

Indeed, in dollars and cents, the result of anxiety and depression costs the global economy US $1 trillion each year in lost productivity. The trickle-down effect means everyone pays more for goods and services, but also in terms of rising healthcare premiums.

Perhaps most significantly, and destructively, behavioral health and substance abuse costs lives and livelihoods. 360,000 people suffering with mental health illnesses are incarcerated. And the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention estimates that there are 130 suicides in the United States each day.

What more can you tell me about The Marysville Union?

The Marysville Union is a member organization of Clubhouse International, a global nonprofit organization with the mission to end social and economic isolation for people with mental illness by growing the number and quality of Clubhouse rehabilitation programs worldwide.

Clubhouse International was first established in 1994. But the organization’s roots go back to Fountain House, the first Clubhouse, founded in New York City in 1948 to provide behavioral health care and related services.

As a Clubhouse International member, The Marysville Union shares the Fountain House’s values: Every person is capable of great things; every person deserves just and equitable care; every person has the right to self-determination and community. Located in Ohio’s Union County in the city of Marysville, The Marysville Union is slated to open its doors for addiction and mental health recovery and support services in January 2023.