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Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Central Clinic Behavioral Health Celebrates 95th Anniversary

University of Cincinnati President Neville Pinto was the keynote speaker for Central Clinic Behavioral Health’s 95th Anniversary Celebration. In April, Central Clinic celebrates this historic milestone and the progress it has made in improving behavioral health services in Greater Cincinnati.
Dr. Pinto is the 30th president of the University of Cincinnati. Prior to returning to UC, he served as acting president and professor of chemical engineering at the University of Louisville and was the Interim Executive President and University Provost. Prior to this service, Pinto served 26 years on the UC faculty, where he was Department Head for Chemical Engineering, Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies in the College of Engineering and Applied Science, and Vice Provost and Dean of the Graduate School.

University of Cincinnati President Neville Pinto was the keynote speaker at the Central Clinic Behavioral Health anniversary celebration.
“Central Clinic Behavioral Health is honored to have Dr. Neville Pinto as the keynote speaker at our 95th Anniversary Celebration,” said Dr. Walter S. Smitson, President and CEO. “We are celebrating a milestone in our organization’s history, and the University of Cincinnati has played a large role in Central Clinic history.

“Today, Central Clinic’s main location is on the UC medical campus, and is a training center for UC psychiatry residents as well as students in counseling, social work and psychology.”

The event took place at Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza with Liz Bonis of Local 12 News as Emcee.  Honoree was Dena Cranley (Hyde Park), First Lady of Cincinnati and chair of the Cincinnati First Ladies for Health.

Committee Members included Eileen Barrett, Mary Ellen Cody, Dianne Dunkelman, Kay French,
Betti Hinton, Laurie Maguire, Mary Ann Meanwell, Trish Smitson, Anne Zaring.

Central Clinic Behavioral Health provides individualized mental health, addiction and forensic services to children, families and adults. For nearly a century, Central Clinic has transformed behavioral health services so individuals and families are empowered to achieve overall wellness. Central Clinic Behavioral Health has 10 locations in Greater Cincinnati that provide a variety of assessment, treatment, and prevention services. Central Clinic Behavioral Health is a United Way agency. For more information, visit

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