Service Coordination Services
A strength-based model of in-home intervention services, planned by family members and case coordinators, to preserve an intact family when moderate issues of neglect or abuse have been discovered, which likely could result in removing the child from the home, if not resolved.
The Service Coordination Process is a team approach to supporting and assisting families in creating a safe and healthy environment for their children. As a community, we believe that families are best able to identify their own needs and goals.
Utilizing the service coordination process, we work with a family to identify their strengths and resources. We also assess whether agency programs might be beneficial to the family.
Our goal is to assist families in making changes they can sustain after our work together is completed.
The Service Coordination Program is a service provided by Oesterlen through a contract with Clark County Department of Job and Family Services, in partnership with other supporting agencies:
- Mental Health Providers
- Juvenile Court
- Developmental Disabilities
Oesterlen's Agency Credentials
Oesterlen is licensed and/or certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.
Oesterlen is a full member of the Ohio Association of Child Caring Agencies and Lutheran Services in America. Oesterlen is affiliated with the Northeastern, Northwestern, and Southern Ohio Synods of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.