Stronger than ever.
We've had to adjust. But we've served Children and Families since 1864. That won't change.
A message from John Banchy, President & CEO of The Children's Home
COVID-19 has brought many challenges with it and changed the day-to-day lives within our community. The Children's Home took immediate steps to get in front of the pandemic and made decisions that allow us to continue to serve.
We are mindful that we care for the most vulnerable populations in Greater Cincinnati. How we ensure we mitigate the risk to their health as much as possible is first on our mind. This is why the majority of our providers pivoted quickly to providing services remotely, in accordance with the tele-health/tele-doc guidance recently issued by the state.
We know the need for specialized care for children and families does not simply go away during times of crisis. In many ways, that's when help is needed most. The Children's Home is still serving and is accepting new clients who need our help including:
- Behavioral Health Counseling
- Psychiatric Services
- Early Childhood Support programs
- Education Intervention programs
- Parental support programs
- Childcare for Healthcare Workers, First Responders and other Essential Personnel
- Psychiatry and Medical management services
- Healthcare services through our Levine Family Health Center (only urgent cases will be conducted face-to-face and by appointment only)
Details regarding our 30+ programs can be found at the "Our Services" tab on our homepage.
If you need our help, or if you are a provider who needs to refer a patient to us, our main phone line is 513-272-2800 or email email@example.com.
It's natural to be concerned about navigating uncertain times. When this is coupled with mental and physical health issues, the problems can worsen. Please know our community is truly in this together and The Children's Home remains committed to serving. We have served Greater Cincinnati since 1864 and will continue. We will get through this and when we do, I know we'll be stronger than ever before.
Agency Safety Precautions
The Children's Home CoStars Preschool Named "Pandemic Certified" Childcare Facility
out this video from Stacey Cornett,
senior director of the mental health campus at The Children’s Home. In just a
span of 12-minutes, Stacey provides some solid advice and recommendations that
will aid any parent who unexpectedly has young learners at home. She discusses
the advantages of establishing a routine, offers advice for the well-being of
caregivers and other information anyone would find helpful as we continue to
navigate the challenges of COVID-19.
Emergency Childcare Information
For students in our Upper School, we’ve placed some contact
information in this directory should parents or students need to contact one of
our educators about coursework and assignments.
Upper School Phone Directory
This is the Lower School phone directory for parents or guardians who have questions about student assignments.
Lower School Phone Directory
These are the sites
where meals for families in need can be picked up as of March 16. These change
daily but The Children’s Home will do our best to keep them updated as
CPS Student Meal Pick Up Sites
Food Distribution for At-Risk Kids
Because of COVID-19, we’re now authorized to offer many of our services through Telehealth. Please use the consent form here so we can still provide you and your family the care and services you need. The Children’s Home knows our mission of service never stops, and has not since 1864. That won’t change. View the forms at the link below. If
your provider has advised that you should fill out the Intake Form, it is
located here. Please scroll down after clicking the Intake Form button to see
of Monday, March 23, all behavioral health appointments normally scheduled at
The Children’s Home’s Levine Family Health Center at the Duck Creek Road office
will be via video chat and/or video conferencing.
LEVINE FAMILY HEALTH CENTER