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Mid-Western Children's Home

Pleasant Plain, OH 45162 | (513) 877-2141

Mid-Western Children's Home reaches out to touch the lives of children in need of physical, spiritual and emotional healing. The ministry of Mid-Western is a loving tribute to the compassion of our Lord who said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these." - Matthew 19:14. Mid-Western is licensed by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services as a group home program and as a private Non-custodial Agency. The operation and program reflect Christian principles. Staff at Mid-Western are qualified, motivated, conscientious individuals dedicated to quality child care and family support services. Mid-Western Children's Home (MCH) is a private agency licensed by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. MCH seeks to provide stable and nurturing adoptive arrangements for youth requiring permenancy. To this end MCH operates an adoption program. Agency offices along with the group home program are located in a rural area one hour northeast of Cincinnati. The adoption program serves children ages 0-18. Children served may be mildly to moderately emotionally disturbed, mildly mentally challenged, neglected/dependent, learning disabled, and/or children who are unruly or delinquent. At this time, MCH's primary focus is serving teenagers and therefore has limited access to elementary aged or younger children including infants. This Program does offer homestudy services to those who are looking into private or international adoptions. There are fees that are charged for the training required as well as the homestudy itself. Private referrals, court referrals, county O.D.J.F.S. referrals, or other agency/institutional referrals are accepted. Programming is not well suited for children who are psychotic, who demonstrate extreme acting out behavior, who are sex offenders, and who are actively chemically dependent. MCH offers training and support to its adoptive families. However, therapuetic services are not currently offered dirrectly by the agency. All families are encouraged to connect with a counselor that specializes in adoption issues regardless of the age of the child adopted. MCH will help with the referral process. Adoption service costs are variable.

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