Oesterlen is committed to serving children, youth, adults, and families in need and are prepared to help address their changing needs. We serve regardless of race, religion, sex, national origin, or handicap (unless specific treatment programming is required).
Child, youth, adult, and family counseling services, offering individual, group, and family behavioral and mental health counseling, in multiple programs, on the Oesterlen campus and on-site in area schools. Learn More »
The primary goal of the Life Skills Center is rooted in the work of creating a place for at-risk youth to learn new skills, create opportunities for community integration, and seek whole family well-being. Learn More »
Severely emotionally troubled youth, ages 12-18, receiving intensive mental health therapy and living in 10-bedroom cottages on the Oesterlen campus, for stays of 6 to 12 months Learn More »
A strength-based model of in-home intervention services, planned by family members and case coordinators, to preserve an intact family when moderate issues of neglect or abuse have been discovered, which likely could result in removing the child from the home, if not resolved. Learn More »
Youth, ages birth to 18, occasionally older, needing out of home placement, and typically presenting with troubling behaviors requiring some level of therapeutic intervention. Learn More »
Lutheran Disaster Response (LDR) at Oesterlen provides disaster response coordination and disaster preparedness training in the state of Ohio and surrounding areas. Learn More »