Our mission is to serve individuals and families by providing effective programs and services that foster personal responsibility and healthy lifestyles resulting in safer communities for all.
Established: 1967 Status: private, nonprofit;
Clients served: 7,000 men, women and youth
Annual budget: $16 million
Alvis House Programs Include
- Residential reentry programs in Columbus, Chillicothe, Dayton, Lima and Toledo, Ohio.
- Family-focused support programs.
- Supported living programs for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities, with individualized services such as crisis counseling, medical monitoring, developing peer relationships, vocational training, social skills and adult daily living skills training.
- Individualized programming designed to increase independent living skills.
- Career-oriented employability skills training.
- Community Reentry Centers in Columbus and Lima that provide employability skills training, Ohio Benefit Bank Services, GED instruction and other supports to community clients.
- An Intermediate Care Facility (ICF/IID) for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities.