Oesterlen is excited to announce the award of four critical grants to empower children, youth and families in our life changing programs.
The Youth Substance Abuse Program (YSA) has been awarded three separate grants to provide alcohol and drug treatment and education programming. The Clark County Sheriff’s Office awarded the YSA program a grant of $3,500, Community Health Foundation awarded the YSA program a grant of $5,000 and The CareSource Foundation awarded the YSA program a grant of $5,000. Each of these awards are a first time grant for the YSA program at Oesterlen.
Oesterlen’s Intensive Home-Based Treatment program has been awarded a $6,666 grant from the Ohio Children’s Alliance (OCA) in partnership with United Health. This award is intended to assist the IHBT program to expand it’s ability to serve additional clients across Clark County. This first time award is critical to build on the already highly recognized IHBT program.
Oesterlen is thrilled to be recognized for the important work being done with youth and families across the region!