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 – In 2014, Rob and Jennifer Sniegowski decided to pursue a foster care license with The Marsh Foundation. They were interested in growing their family and giving their daughter, Abigail, a younger sibling. After months of waiting, they were blessed two-fold with what has turned out to be a perfect match. In […][More]