Eastway is proud to announce that the newly renovated facility on Obetz Road is now home to The Heritage of Hannah Neil Program, which is the latest addition to our services in Franklin County.
At The Heritage of Hannah Neil, we tackle each child’s challenges one by one, with all our resources and tenacity. We work to untangle the damage trauma leaves behind, and replace it with practical coping strategies and a newfound sense of empowerment. We never stop imagining brighter, better days ahead for every young person we help.
The goal for those receiving care through The Heritage of Hannah Neil Programming is to provide a safe, home-like environment for children and families to work through their challenges and to overcome the barriers that limit successful functioning at school and in the community. Our programs are grounded in the philosophy of Trauma Informed Care and services are tailored to the specific needs of those seeking our help. Building on key principles of safety, trustworthiness and empowerment, our programs are designed to be welcoming and collaborative with children, their family and other resources throughout the community.
Payment for services
The Heritage of Hannah Neil is a Title IV-E eligible facility. Room and board expenses are typically funded through a Children’s Services Board, Juvenile Court or Family and Children First Council. In these instances, clinical services are funded by Medicaid. Post Adoption Special Services Subsidy (PASSS) Funds and Private Insurance are also accepted.