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Our Services

Family Crisis Network

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

Family & Children First

RAFT Supervised Visitation Center

~ Local Safe Haven for Supervised Visits & Safe Exchanges ~

Family Crisis Network

Direct Services & Referral

~ Assistance & Support During Times of Need ~

RAFT

Family Crisis Network

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

Family Crisis Network
Direct Services & Referral

~ Assistance & Support During Times of Need ~

Family & Children First

RAFT Supervised Visitation Center

~ Local Safe Haven for Supervised Visits & Safe Exchanges ~

RAFT

Recent Stories

 

Salute To Generosity: Back-To-School 2021

Thanks to your donations, 329 children from all across the county (Celina, Coldwater, Immaculate Conception, St. Henry, Parkway, Marion Local, and Ft. Recovery) are returning to school with new book bags and essential school supplies. Our hearts are over-flowing with...

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RAFT Supervised Visitation Center: Now Hiring!!

Are you someone who is patient, interested in helping others, even-keeled, and self-confident with excellent people skills? Then, we need you!! We are seeking a Program Coordinator to oversee daily operations and provide supervision of visits between parents and...

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2021 Mercer County Back-To-School Supply Drive

Starting the school year with the necessary school supplies supports student learning and builds self-confidence. Unfortunately, it can be a struggle for financially strapped families to set aside enough funds to purchase all the supplies their children need in time...

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Family Crisis Network Launches Virtual Support Group!

Our Home’s Family Crisis Network is starting a virtual support group for victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. The first virtual meeting is slated for June 10th and plans are to hold sessions on the 2nd Thursday of each month afterward. These virtual group...

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May Is Supervised Visitation Awareness Month!

Our Home Family Resource Center is a Proud Member of the Supervised Visitation Network! The RAFT Supervised Visitation Center was opened at Our Home in 1998, to fill a need that surfaced through our work with domestic violence victims. In the years since, the RAFT...

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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, and RAFT Visitation Center. 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.
Our Home Family Resource Center
Our Home Family Resource Center
Our Home is currently experiencing phone outages. We can be reached via Facebook messenger, email (ourhome@ourhomefrc.com) or through our website (www.ourhomefrc.com).
Our Home Family Resource Center
Our Home Family Resource Center
REMINDER: The food pantry is open Tuesday & Thursday (9:30am-12pm & 1pm-3pm) for LIMITED contact pick up now that our lobby has re-opened. We are here to help you close the gap on food needs for your family. Please visit the lobby for the Food Pantry when you have arrived.
Our Home Family Resource Center
Our Home Family Resource Center
📌#WednesdayWisdom: Do Not Proceed Without Consent!

Consent is about communication and respect for people’s boundaries and bodies.
● If someone is under the influence, they cannot consent
● You always have the right to say no. A “yes” given under pressure is not consent.
● The lack of a “no” is not consent. If someone seems uncomfortable or hesitant, ask how
they are feeling.
● A “yes” once does not mean there is ongoing consent. Check in with your partner to
confirm that they are still enthusiastic about what you are doing.

From: https://www.itsonus.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/IOU-2019-FINAL-Sexual-Assault-Awareness-101-Presentation-WEBSITE-1.pdf
#consent #awareness #sexualassault #respect #relationships #boundaries

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