Applewood Centers is one of northeast Ohio's largest and most experienced providers of behavioral healthcare for children, youth and families. A multidisciplinary staff, including: licensed counselors, social workers, teachers, nurses, psychologists and psychiatrists, offers an array of services including: outpatient counseling, psychiatry, residential services, adoption, foster care, in-home and school-based services, training and education. Services are offered at a variety of locations in Cuyahoga and Lorain counties.
The Children's Aid Society Campus offers: residential treatment for emotionally disturbed children ages 5 to 14 and their families; a partial hospitalization program; and a variety of outpatient therapy services for children up to age 18. Its reunification program transitions children from residential treatment or foster care back into their parental homes, and its S. Sterling McMillan School provides on campus learning for residential and day treatment children. This campus has served the community since 1832, and had its early beginnings as an orphanage, providing shelter to homeless children. In the early 1900s, the agency moved from downtown Cleveland to its 10-acre campus at 10427 Detroit Road. – less–ZoomInfo