Forum Ohio Remains Open for Business

As a mental health and substance abuse provider and as a provider funded by one or more designated human services operations, Forum Ohio has been deemed an "essential business and operation" and, as such, travel related to the provision of or access to our services is permitted. Therefore, Forum Ohio remains open for business at this time.

Please know that the safety of our staff, the people we serve, and the public in general are of utmost importance to us. As such, we are taking a number of precautions at this time, including but not necessarily limited to the following:

  • We are offering tele- / video-services to minimize or eliminate contact with others.
  • We are employing social distancing strategies in order to maintain at least 6-feet distances between people where face to face contact is necessary.
  • We are offering separate hours for vulnerable populations.
  • And we are employing various sanitation / enhanced environmental cleaning strategies.

If you have any questions or concerns, you can call our main office number. If you are not feeling well or if you have now or have recently had symptoms, we ask you to follow the advice of public health officials and not come to the office. If you have any questions or concerns about what is medically appropriate for you personally, consult your personal healthcare provider and follow their advice.

In the court systems, we provide services at the request of defense attorneys, plaintiffs’ attorneys, prosecutors, and judges. Our evaluators have been deemed experts in numerous state courts and federal court—for criminal and civil forensic matters. We take pride in our well-written, clear reports; and our easy-to-understand yet expert testimony. We provide the flexibility to see individuals at one of our offices or, as needed, we can go to jails, prisons, courthouses, and attorneys’ offices.

We also provide clinical evaluations and treatment. We have served children and adults, families, groups, schools, organizations, community agencies, and government entities. Whether the problem is at home, in school, in the community, at work, or elsewhere, our providers can help. We work with self-referred patients, as well as court mandated individuals. Problems may range from adjustment and anxiety disorders, to substance abuse and anger, to severe mental and developmental disorders.

We also provide professional workshops and seminars throughout the state of Ohio and around the country. Whether it is for a local in-service training, departmental training, organizational training, or a statewide or national convention, we offer engaging, dynamic, and informative workshops and seminars.

In addition to being a board certified forensic psychologist, Bob Stinson is also a lawyer. He has a generalist law practice, but has focused his efforts in the area of regulatory and administrative law. If you are a licensed professional and you need representation as it relates to a regulatory / Board issue, a licensing issue, or other practice matters, contact Bob Stinson.