Resources

Ohio Bridges to Success

The Marsh Foundation is the official provider of the Bridges program for Northwest Ohio. Bridges is a voluntary program available to young adults who left foster care in Ohio at ages 18, 19 or 20.

Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy

The Marsh Foundation’s clinical supervisor, Annette Hermann has been specifically trained in this method of attachment focused treatment for childhood trauma and abuse.

Foster Family Based Treatment Association
The Foster Family-based Treatment Association (FFTA) was founded in 1988 and exists to define, support and promote quality Treatment Foster Care services within a family context. The FFTA is composed exclusively of Treatment Foster Care Agencies in North America.

Ohio Children’s Alliance
The Ohio Children’s Alliance is a statewide Association of private, non-profit agencies which provides a wide array of services to children and families in crisis across Ohio.

The Teaching Family Association
The Teaching-Family Association (TFA) was founded in 1975 to ensure the quality of care provided by professionals who actively pursue the goals of humane, effective, individualized treatment for children, families, and dependent adults using the common framework of the Teaching-Family Model for treatment and support.

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In the event a Van Wert community member wishes to express concerns or other relevant information, regarding The Marsh Foundation facilities or services, they may contact:
Public Relations/Marketing Specialist
Phone: (419)238-1695 ext. 233
Email: info@marshfoundation.org





News

Marsh Foundation Creates Bridges Liaison Position to Work with Emancipated Foster Youth

VAN WERT, Ohio – Bridges is a statewide program administered by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services through a contract with The Child and Family Health Collaborative of Ohio.  As a member of this Collaborative, The Marsh Foundation was given the opportunity to help deliver this program to young adults who are transitioning […]

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