Encouraging a Health Work/Life Balance

Although we take our work very seriously, we build in time for camaraderie and engagement as well. We offer a comprehensive benefits package and wellness program to help our staff meet their health goals. We typically host several social events ever year for staff and their families. We also sponsor an annual all-staff summit designed to celebrate agency and individual accomplishments and impact on the community. At the retreat, we recognize three individuals, nominated by their peers, with the Presidential Award, and each recipient receives an award worth $500. Awardees exemplify and LIVE our values of compassion, commitment, collaboration, innovation, and excellence.

Our Culture

The Children’s Home is Greater Cincinnati’s most prolific non-profit specializing in education, behavioral and therapeutic health services and autism services for vulnerable, at-risk youth, their families, and caregivers. 

The Children’s Home is proud to embrace our ideals of an equal opportunity workplace by actions as well as our words. We lead our community with respect and tolerance, internally and externally, and we expect our employees to embrace this ideal and express it in their day-to-day interactions. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to, and will not be discriminated against, based on age, race, gender, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, disability or any other protected category.

People love working at The Children's Home!

We’ve been ranked among the best places to work in Cincinnati – and one of the best non-profits to work for nationally. Here’s what some of our employees have to say about working with us.

A few words from our Employee Community Award winners

For an agency to hold such importance on the use of Teaching Family Model and knowing that I possess some of the ‘X’ factors means a lot to me. The individuals I work with here at The Children’s Home have made the journey an awesome one. I really appreciate the opportunity to be recognized for a job well done and consider myself blessed to be part of something special.

Teaching Family Model Practitioner of the Year
Rodney Fields
Educational Aide in the Upper School

It’s so gratifying… working for an organization whose mission and core values are reflective of my own beliefs. But, none of us at The Children’s Home would be able to accomplish so much without the incredible families and colleagues we work with. Receiving an award for the work I do to support the autism community is great. What’s even better, though, is the need we’re fulfilling.

Faces of Autism, Professional Excellence Award
Amanda Tipkemper
Autism Services Director

Being recognized for contributions to The Children’s Home and the community is another opportunity to raise awareness about children’s mental health and wellness. The organization does great work and I’m fortunate to be able to live the mission and have a job I truly enjoy. I’m also appreciative of opportunities for professional growth and a culture that welcomes employee feedback.

Great Leaders under 40
Debbie Gingrich
Director of Behavioral Health

Make a Gift

Our mission of transforming the lives of children and their families cannot be fulfilled without the generous support of individuals like you.

Best Together

St. Aloysius and The Children’s Home have integrated into a new organization to become Cincinnati’s premier agency for early childhood services, education, and behavioral health under the name Best Point.

Best Point

You can visit the Best Point website to learn about the additional services we now offer or you can continue to TCH’s website to access your current resources and care provider.