“To meet the needs of the community by empowering youth and families through community mental health services that include residential and non-residential treatment for youth between the ages of 6 and 21 years who manifest emotional, behavioral or social adjustment problems. Youth may be referred for treatment as a self-referral or by the family; child welfare, juvenile justice or mental … Read More
Shelter Care is a private, non-profit agency governed by a 12 member board of directors and licensed by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services as a child caring agency. Funding for the program comes through per diem rates from referring agencies and contributions from service groups, businesses, local churches, and individuals.
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