Our Central Access Department is available to answer any questions regarding our behavioral health services and to help guide you to the program that can best meet your needs. Referrals can be made by calling Central Access directly Monday – Friday between the hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm or by using the Referral Form (PDF).
Central Access Department
513.741.3100 x2214 (phone)
(513) 741-0875 (fax)
Behavioral Health, Education, & Foster Care
St. Joseph Orphanage offers a wide-range of services following a continuum of care for children struggling with mental health and behavioral concerns. Offering specialized behavioral health services for children and young adults ages 0-22, we are committed to providing the guidance and individualized support necessary for positive life changes and future success.
Walk In Hours – Access To Care
Our staff believes that when your family needs access to care immediately you, you should not have to wait. We strive to avoid waitlists with a Walk In Model allowing you to visit us on a day that is convenient for you or your child.
Assists in identifying suspected behavioral health and educational concerns, along with providing on-going treatment recommendations. Ages 3-22. (Referrals or Walk Ins Welcome)
Psychiatric assessment and medication management for youth in need of continued psychiatric support. Ages 3-22. (Referrals or Walk Ins Welcome)
Therapy & Counseling Services
Individual, group and family therapy for youth with home, school, and office based settings. Specialized tracks available for some diagnoses and age groups. Ages 3-22 and Family Therapy. (Referrals or Walk Ins Welcome)
Community based case management working directly with youth and their families wherever the behavioral concern occurs. Ages 3-22. (Referrals or Walk Ins Welcome)
Transition To Independence
Intensive outpatient services focusing on a successful transition from youth into adulthood. Starting as early as age 14 and as late as age 24 in some counties. Ages 16-22***Age varies by county of residence*** (Referrals or Walk Ins Welcome)
Intensive Home Based Therapy (IHBT)
IHBT provides intensive, family centered, home-based mental he alth treatment and supports to enable youth to live in their homes and prevent out-of-home placement. Ages 4-17. (Referral Based)
Substance Use Services
Community and site based substance treatment services. Assessment, early intervention treatment, dual diagnoses using motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral treatment. Ages 3-22. (Referral Based)
Embedded mental health & behavioral health staff & services in public & private schools to yield better student performance. Serving grades PK -12.
Day Treatment-Group Therapy
Daily group therapy offers a therapeutic peer environment to support positive social and emotional development and relationships. After school option also available (PreK – 12).
Therapeutic learning environment for students K-12. Individualized instruction and structured classrooms.
Foster Care & Foster-To-Adopt
Providing transitional and therapeutic foster homes for children birth to 21, with a special focus on youth with behavioral health concerns. Both temporary and long term placements available with possible options to adopt. Foster parents must be 21+.
Emergency Placement Program
Provides short-term housing (14 days or less) and care to youth involved with the child welfare system. The program provides a safe, temporary, therapeutic living environment for youth who have experienced abuse, neglect, or other acute stressor. Ages 0-12. (Referral Based)
24/7 Emergency Placement Program: (513) 427-6425
Independent Living Services
Community based apartments for youth transitioning to adulthood, including those aging out of foster care. On-site resident manager, life coach and case manager. Ages 16 – 21. (Referral Based)
Residential Crisis Stabilization Unit
Providing a highly structured and secured living environment to assist youth with severe emotional or behavioral concerns. Ages 5 – 17. (Referral Based).
Trauma Informed Care Trainings
Trauma Informed Care Trainings help us in understanding the triggers of trauma are important in order to be more aware of how to interact with traumatized youth. Learn triggers & interactions for more positive interaction with children, students, and clients.
Foster Parenting & Adoption
Learn More About Fostering A Child Who Needs YOU.
St. Joseph Orphanage offers friendly trainings to recieve your Ohio Foster Parent Licensure. We hold local trainings in the Cincinnati and Dayton areas with free child care and other great incentives! Being a Foster Parent is already rewarding but we offer great benefits to our Foster Parents to show our appreciation!