St. Al's serves children and adolescents in Southwest Ohio through specialized education, behavioral healthcare, and clinical resources needed to navigate the effects of trauma and mental health challenges. St. Aloysius provides a continuum of care through evidence-based programs and services to support children and families throughout southwest Ohio. Many of the children and families served suffer from a cycle of family trauma and traumatic stress. Virtually all of the children served by St. Aloysius come from families who live below the federal poverty level. Accredited by CARF, Teaching-Family Association, and Sanctuary Institute, and certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, St. Al's finds success working collaboratively with parents, teachers, local school districts, and other professionals to best meet the needs of every child.
Since its founding as an orphanage in 1832, St. Aloysius has served children in need in the Greater Cincinnati community. Today our highly-trained professionals work tirelessly to bring the best in mental health care to our children and families. Resources provided include mental health assessments, medication management, and a spectrum of services for individualized care offered both in-house and within the Hamilton and Butler County public schools.
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