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About Us

Lighthouse Youth & Family Services is an agency dedicated to creating a community where every young person has the opportunity to thrive.

A nationally recognized innovator in services for families in crisis, foster care and adoption, mothers and babies, homeless youth and young adults, delinquent youth, and youth learning to become self-sufficient.

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Helping Children, Youth, and Families in Need Since 1969.

What We Do

We work to empower young people and families to succeed through a continuum of care that promotes healing and growth.

Foster Care and Adoption

Foster Care and Adoption

Be the somebody. You can make a difference in a child’s life.
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Juvenile Justice

Juvenile Justice

Specialized services help deter youth from repeating risky behaviors.
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Outpatient Mental Health Services

Outpatient Mental Health Services

Expert and compassionate care so children, youth and families can heal, grow and thrive.
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Babies and Toddlers

Babies and Toddlers

Services designed to assure that newborns, infants, and toddlers have the best possible start in life.
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Youth in Crisis Ages 10-17

Youth in Crisis Ages 10-17

A continuum of care and support for youth and their families through prevention, crisis intervention and long-term service.
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Shelter and Resources for Homeless Young Adults 18-24

Shelter and Resources for Homeless Young Adults 18-24

Services aimed at helping young adults create a plan for self-sufficiency.
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Life Skills and Housing Options for Young Adults 17-24

Life Skills and Housing Options for Young Adults 17-24

Guiding young adults to self-sufficiency while living independently.
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Lighthouse Community School

Lighthouse Community School

Grow in an environment that promotes learning and achievement for all students.
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600

Volunteers making a difference each year.

5000

Children, youth and families served each year.

You Can Make a Difference

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youth and families when and where they need it most.
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Lighthouse News

Innovative program aims to end youth homelessness in Greater Cincinnati

June 26, 2019

Every night in Hamilton County, many young people have no family to eat dinner with, no bed to sleep in, or no place they feel safe. Hundreds become homeless each year. Arianna was just 17 years old when she became homeless. She was kicked out of her house as she was about to start her senior year. No young person should go through this.

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