While St. Aloysius has always provided responsive services, a new commitment to quality assurance/improvement and customer satisfaction permeates program planning. Families, children, and communities are strongly being encouraged to assist in future development and growth of the organization. St. Aloysius currently operates a group home serving males ages 9 through 18, and a Crisis Group Home that serves both males and females ages 6 through 18 in emergency situations. The of goals of the Group Homes is to allow the children to experience a more family - like setting while receiving treatment. St. Aloysius again expanded its services in the fall of 1999 as we were awarded a contract through the HCHDS and Juvenile Court to provide Permanency Mediation Services. This service assists families in resolving issues related to the permanent planning of their children. In addition, a Kinship Care contact was signed that will allow St. Aloysius to assist relatives that become the primary caregivers of kin. St. Aloysius will continue to work with other community agencies to provide innovative and critical services to many troubled children and families in the Cincinnati area.
St. Aloysius continues to tailor programs to meet the needs of the community. Throughout the years, St. Aloysius has opened, expanded and closed programs based on the changing needs of the community. In all of the programs offered at St. Aloysius, the focus is on the child and their family to ensure that their treatment needs are met. – less–ZoomInfo