Accepting new patients!
The Children’s Home of Cincinnati has more than 150 years of
experience in meeting the social, emotional and physical health
needs of the most at-risk children and families in Greater Cincinnati.
Founded as an orphanage in 1864, The Children’s Home has evolved
over the years in response to social issues and the evolution of clinical
practice. Today, it impacts the lives of more than 7,000 children and
families by providing early childhood services, therapeutic education
programs and behavioral health counseling and treatment.
- Serving all ages - from newborn to elderly.
- All insurances accepted, including Medicaid. Uninsured are also welcome.
- Child & Adult Physicals
- Asthma, Diabetes, and High Blood Pressure Management
- Acute Care for Illness
Research has shown that children have the best chance of becoming productive and healthy adults when services and care are coordinated. Two sectors in particular – education and health – play critical roles in promoting better outcomes for long-term success.
Leaders know that physical health and mental health are not mutually exclusive, and the vision has been to have a health center on campus. The Levine Family Health Center enables The Children’s Home to be a leader in improving the physical, mental and social health of children through the provision of state-of-the-art integrated care.
The Children’s Home is committed to a holistic approach, but Banchy understands that the work cannot be done alone. The Children’s Home reached out to the Cincinnati Health Department to collaborate in opening a school-based health center. School-based health centers are exactly what the name implies: the center of health in the schools where they are based.
School-based health centers provide physicals, asthma management, immunizations, lab tests, prescription medications, sick and injury care and health education to students and their families. Having a clinic embedded in the school environment makes it easier for parents and caregivers to keep up with their children’s medical needs, and keep them in school. The Health Department currently has 12 school-based health centers serving nearly 25,000 students.