April 29 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 am
The Marsh Foundation offers an array of clinical services to clients. The services begin with a referral from a court system, a social service agency or a private party. Clinicians then gather information and then diagnose the severity and nature of the situation. This involves an intensive face-to-face clinical interview with the client. Then an Individual Service Plan (ISP) is developed with client input that includes a projection of the length of treatment and objective measurement of outcomes.
Plans can include individual counseling, group counseling, family services, community support programs and/or home-based services. Children that benefit from Clinical Services are behaviorally and emotionally challenged and/or are diagnosed with mental disorders. In addition, Marsh counselors specialize in reactive attachment disorder, dual diagnosis (intellectual disabilities and mental health) and bipolar disorder.
VAN WERT, Ohio – Closet 1:27 is an initiative operated by Woodburn Missionary Church in Woodburn, IN. The ministry provides support and supplies for Christian adoptive and foster families. They learned of The Marsh Foundation’s need through one of our own foster families. Closet 1:27 provides two main services for adoptive and foster families: foster […][More]