About Us

Community Teaching Homes, Inc. (CTH) is a private nonprofit agency who is uniquely designed to provide a continuum of care for clients with mental health, addiction, sexual offending and other behavioral health concerns. CTH was established in 2002 with the vision of creating a continuum of services while promoting opportunities for youth and families to build healthy, healing relationships. 

Mission Statement

To provide counseling and family style community
based care with a conviction that all children 
have great intrinsic worth and are capable 
of positive change.

Services
  • ​Diagnostic Assessment

  • Treatment Planning

  • ​Individual, Group and Family Therapy

  • ​Case Management and Service Coordination

  • Therapeutic Family Style Group Home Services

  • Mental Health Day Treatment

  • Independent Living

  • ​Crisis Services

Licensed

Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services

Certifications Held

Ohio Department Mental Health and Addiction Services

  • General Services

  • Mental Health Day Treatment

  • Crisis Intervention Services

  • SUD Case Mangement Services

  • Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment (CPST)

  • Therapeutic Behavioral Services and Psychosocial Rehabilitation

  • Consultation Service

  • Intensive Home Based Treatment (IHBT)

Department of Youth Services

  • Juvenile Sexual Offender Treatment

Accreditations Held

CARF (Council of Rehabilitative Facilities)

  • POPULATION: Children and Adolescents

  • SPECIALITY: AOD and Mental Health

    • Assessment and Referrals​

    • Case Management / Service Coordination

    • Crisis Intervention

    • Day Treatment

    • Intensive Family-Based Services

    • Outpatient Treatment

    • Residential Treatment

CARF Promising Practice

CTH has been featured in the CARF Promising Practices in Innovation and Human Services for its stellar behavioral healthcare in family environment. To read more about the achievement, refer to the article below

Community Teaching Homes, Inc.

Phone: (419) 868-1178
Fax: (419) 868-1989
​Referral Line: (419) 214-3650
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