New “Sibcy House” Has Opened at the Lindner Center of HOPE


The Lindner Center of HOPE, located in Mason, Ohio, offers a continuum of care providing in patient, out patient and clinical research services to those suffering with mental illness. One out of every four people will suffer from mental illness at some point in their lives. Patients and their families from the U.S., Europe and Middle East have sought treatment at the center due to its reputation for delivering quality care.

Pam and Rob Sibcy (Vice President of Marketing and President of Sibcy Cline Realtors) have been actively involved with the center since its inception, working dligently with fundraising efforts. They helped to endow the “Sibcy House” at the center as an intensive diagnostic residential and short-term treatment program. The Center has just completed a $3.5 million, 16,000 square foot newly constructed Sibcy House at Lindner Center of HOPE. The new Sibcy House for adults also opens space for the premier adolescent comprehensive diagnostic treatment program for patients 11-17 years of age. Pam  (who serves on the Lindner Center of HOPE’s board of directors) continues to co-chair the Center’s $15 million fundraising campaign with Sharon Frisbie.

Since opening its doors in 2008, the Lindner Center of HOPE has made a great impact on mental health care in Greater Cincinnati and throughout the world:

  • 23,000+ patients from 46 U.S. states and several foreign countries
  • 6,300+ hospital admissions
  • 192,000+ outpatient visits
  • 700+ people have been admitted to Sibcy House


  • Read a Business Courier article about the center’s Sibcy House expansion here.
  • Learn more about the Sibcy House here and here.
  • Interested in learning more about the Lindner Center of Hope? Follow the center on Facebook here.



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