Services We Provide

  • LHS Maumee Youth Center: Asperger's Residential Program
  • LHS Maumee Youth Center: Heal The Wound
  • Emergency Intake Services
  • 90 Day Residential Assessment Program
  • Oregon And Wynn Residential Treatment Facilities
  • Anthony Wayne Home
  • Semi-Independent Living Home for Males
  • Transitional Home
  • Scattered-Site Independent Living
  • Independent Living Assessment
  • On-Grounds School
  • Partners in Treatment Family Therapy
  • Therapeutic Foster Care
  • Intense Therapeutic Foster Care
  • Educational Tutoring

  • LHS Maumee Youth Center

    Asperger's Residential Program
    Beginning September 1 2002, we began working with children and youth who have Asperger's Disorder in a program specifically designed for such children and youth at a new campus location in northwest Ohio, the former Maumee Youth Camp. We are calling the site LHS Maumee Youth Center. Located on thirteen acres of wooded land south of Toledo, Ohio, in rural Henry County close to Neapolis, the new Center includes an on-grounds affiliated school featuring one-to-one aides as necessary. Referrals are presently being taken for this new program. Pre-placement screening is ongoing.

    Heal the Wound
    LHS Family and Youth Services' Heal the Wound program is located at its 13-acre campus complex, LHS Maumee Youth Center, located near Liberty Center, Ohio. Heal the Wound is a residential diversion program where non-violent youth with cognitive abilities may be placed as an alternative to detention pending successful completion of the fourteen-month treatment. Heal the Wound has its own self-contained six-bed unit on campus that is designated for use with youth, male and femals, ages 12 to 18 who have been identified as needing intervention to address behaviors related to sexual offending and abuse. All living, schooling, individual therapy, group therapy, and related classes will take place within the unit.
    Heal the Wound is a sex-offender behavior specific program that utilizes a specific treatment technology. The key difference in the Heal the Wound treatment model is the approach. The program is not a correctional model and is not a program that approaches the problem as bad behavior. It approaches the obsession as damage that can be managed and treated but has to have constant care. The approach is geared toward helping the client with their wound management and helping them succeed. It is a cognitive behavioral approach, re-framing thoughts to help the client. The model is accepted by the client primarily because it is seen by them as a help, not an attack or control therapy. Polygraph tests will be used in the program and administered by a veteran polygraph expert. There is a fourteen-month aftercare program as well for those completing the initial fourteen-month program.

    Emergency Intake Services

    Emergency Admissions Agreement
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    County Protective Service Agencies, Cluster Groups, Managed Care Companies and Courts who have contracts with LHS can place children and youth at the Emergency Program 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

    90-Day Residential Assessment Program

    LHS will provide the placing agent both a practical assessment of management and daily structure routines that meet the needs of the client and a more formal diagnostic and somatic assessment in areas identified by LHS as need areas. Local resources from the client's community will be researched and a complete community based treatment plan will be provided the placing agent. Contracts for this program are for the full 90 days treatment and assessment. The program is designed for residents to leave this program on the 90th day.

    Oregon And Wynn Residential Treatment Facilities

    For children and youth, male and female, ages 6 to 18. Most placements come from hospitalization, detention, or administrative discharge from institutional settings. High staff to youth ratio. Children and youth usually suffer from emotional and behavioral handicaps that have interfered with past placement success.

    Anthony Wayne Home

    Provides long-term care and treatment to children and youth ages 6 to 18 as an alternative to adoption.

    Semi-Independent Living Home for Males

    For males only, ages 17 to 19, who have been involved in the child welfare system and need skills to become successfully emancipated to adulthood.

    Transitional Home

    For youth who have been involved in the child welfare system and need skills to become successfully emancipated to adulthood or who are awaiting transition to their home.

    Scattered-Site Independent Living

    For youth ages 17-19, males and females.

    Independent Living Assessment

    Provided to all youth in care and treatment; age-appropriate skill plans developed and implemented for all youth.

    On-Grounds Schools

    LHS currently operates two school settings for children and youth whose emotional and behavioral disturbances interfere with their education. Many of LHS children and youth in our residential units attend these schools. Lucas County Schools control admission to this program. LHS provides the sites, an Educational Coordinator, Teacher Aides and Lucas County provides the Teachers and curriculum. It is a very successful program.

    Partners in Treatment Family Therapy

    A delivery system designed to work with families near or far, providing counseling and skill training leading to improved family relationships and reunification. This is a value-added service. One weekend each month, families from throughout Ohio and Indiana come to Toledo to learn new skills and receive individual, group, and family therapy through Partners in Treatment. Housing for the family weekend is provided.

    Therapeutic Foster Care

    Various foster homes within our array of service options network to meet specific needs of children and youth; for emotionally disturbed, neglected, abused, difficult-to-manage; includes therapeutic homes.

    Intense Therapeutic Foster Care

    Therapeutic foster homes with additional support and in-home wrap around services to ensure successful transition or maintain youth in foster settings who otherwise might be in residential settings.

    Educational Tutoring

    Established program of routine weekly one-on-one educational tutoring for youth in care requiring such.