“Empowering people to grow from crisis to hope.”

Our Services

Family Crisis Network

~ Care & Advocacy for Victims of Domestic Violence or Sexual Assault ~

Family & Children First

~ Coordination of Services for Vulnerable Youth & Their Families~

Direct Services & Referral

~ Assistance & Support During Times of Need ~

RAFT Supervised Visitation Center

~ Local Safe Haven for Supervised Visits & Safe Exchanges ~

Family Crisis Network

~ Care & Advocacy for Victims of Domestic Violence or Sexual Assault ~

Direct Services & Referral

~ Assistance & Support During Times of Need ~

Family & Children First

~ Coordination of Services for Vulnerable Youth & Their Families~

RAFT Supervised Visitation Center

~ Local Safe Haven for Supervised Visits & Safe Exchanges ~

Recent Stories

 

Our Home Family Resource Center Seeks A Fiscal Manager

Join Our Team! Our Home is accepting applications for a Part-time Fiscal Manager – Deadline to apply is October 15th.   We are seeking an individual with proficiency in accounting practices and payroll, office management, and computer applications QuickBooks, Excel,...

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Winter Warmth Day – October 27th

Our Home Family Resource Center and Kiwanis Club of Celina are partnering distribute new and/or clean, gently-used coats to folks in need on “Winter Warmth Day” Saturday, October 27th. Mercer County residents who are unable to purchase a coat this year, for their...

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Our Home Receives Award

Each year, West Ohio Community Action Partnership (offices in Celina, Harrod, Perry Township, Spencerville, and Lima and Wapakoneta) recognizes an organization that has been an asset to their agency and helpful to the community “providing opportunities to people to...

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You are Making a Difference!

Thanks to your donations, 306 children in need from all across the county (Celina, Coldwater, Immaculate Conception, St. Henry, Parkway, and Ft. Recovery) are returning to school with new book bags and essential school...

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Hopkins Earns Certification

Erin Hopkins recently earned Registered Advocate Certification. The certification is awarded by the Ohio Advocate Network (OAN) and is earned by those who meet specific continuing education and work experience criteria in provision of services to those victimized by...

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Our Home Family Resource Center

Our Home Family Resource Center is a family of programs, sharing a concern for strengthening individuals and families in Mercer County, Ohio. The primary function of Our Home is to provide a central entry point through which people in Mercer County can find and receive support during times of need. Our Home is a Non-Profit Organization that provides support and services to income eligible residents of Mercer County, Ohio. The programs of Our Home include Family Crisis Network, Direct Services & Referral, R.A.F.T. (Reaching & Assisting Families in Transition) and Mercer County Family & Children First Council. Our Home Vision Empowering people to grow from crisis to hope. Mission Statement We assist people in their time of need, motivate them to develop and achieve their goals, and inspire their confidence and self-sufficiency.
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#DVAwareness: Teen Dating Violence

The domestic violence field is learning new things all the time. One area that’s increased in awareness is dating violence, especially among high school and college students.

So, how serious is dating violence for high schoolers?
• Nearly 21% of female high school students and 13.4% of male high school students report being physically or sexually abused by a dating partner.
• Almost 1.5 million high school students in the United States are physically abused by dating partners every year.
• A 2013 study of 10th graders found that 35% had either been physically or verbally abused, while 31% were perpetrators of physical or verbal abuse.
• 10% of teenage students in dating relationships were coerced into sexual intercourse during the previous year.
• 25% of teens in relationships were victims of cyber dating abuse, according to one study. Female were twice as likely to be victims as males.
• 57% of teens know someone who has been physically, sexually, or verbally abusive in a dating relationship.
• Only 33% of teenage dating abuse victims ever told anyone about it.
• Half of youth reporting dating violence and rape also reported attempting suicide. This is compared to 12.5% of non-abused girls and 5.4% of non-abused boys.

Excerpt From: https://ncadv.org/blog/posts/quick-guide-teen-dating-violence

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