Being young is an important stage of life. However, youth can be easily distracted and parents, teachers, and older relatives sometimes find motivating youngsters to succeed to be a difficult task. By listening to your youth's wants and needs, and building short and long term goals around them, you can help your youth stay motivated to succeed.
The family preservation counseling services are the beginning of the continuum, conducting assessment and providing brief therapy for clients who are at risk of court involvement. This service provides short and longer terms therapy, including individual, family, group and case management.
Adoption Services are designed for children and youth whom the State of Ohio has permanent custody and the child has been placed for adoption. All children and adoptive parents will receive individual, family and group therapy during the adoption process.
Mental Health & Offender’s After Care
Mental Health and Offender’s After Care Services are designed to provide family preservation and individual counseling. Upon completion of a treatment phase it is hoped that each youth is prepared to reintegration into the community.
the Agency has designed its program to work with both the mental health and Nonviolent offender.
- Direct observation in school setting
- Collaborate with teachers on tasks
- Develop techniques to communicate
- Assist with program modification
- Provide resources for school staff
- Assessment & Evaluation
- Learning Difficulties
- Cognitive Testing
- School Visits
- Family Counseling
- Coping & Adjustments
- Anger Management
- Group Therapy
Being a parent can be one of the most rewarding and fulfilling experiences of your life, but that doesn't mean it's easy. No matter what age of your child/children, your work is never done. To be a good parent, you need to know how to make your children feel valued and loved while teaching them the difference between right and wrong. At the end of the day, the most important thing is to create a nurturing environment where your children feel like they can thrive and develop.
Family conflict affects everyone. If there is an ongoing dispute between family members, you may want to mediate to make everyone's lives easier. It's worth it to try to smooth things over. Encourage everyone to go into the situation with empathy. When discussing things, make sure everyone's voice is heard. Let everyone share their point of view. Try to move forward in the spirit of forgiveness. This way you will have a more stable family situation moving forward.