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1 Santa Maria Dr., Ste 300
Columbus, OH 43215
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Welcome to Beacon Behavioral Health

Information, Care and Services for the Community!

 Beacon is a community-based, non-profit behavioral health care agency serving the residents of Franklin County. We offer a full range of responsive and accessible mental health services that provide the hope and self-determination to give you the tools to live the best possible life you can. Our professional staff utilizes appropriate resources to provide carefully customized, personalized care.

Life is much better when you are moving toward your goals!

Please give us a call at 614.488.4055 with any questions or comments. You can also email us at info@centersite.org.

 

 

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Beacon Behavioral Health
1 Santa Maria Dr., Ste 300
Columbus, OH 43215
map map phone 614.448.4055
email info@centersite.net

 

 


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