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.
The Heritage of Hannah Neil offers a continuum of care, so that whatever a particular child wrestles with at a particular moment, we’re there for them.
Eastway has partnered with Summit Academy to offer integrated mental health and educational programming for children in need of behavioral and mental health services. The therapeutic setting with an educational component provides children with a safe, comfortable place for them to learn and build the skills necessary to return to their home school and to function successfully in their communities.
Everything we do at The Heritage of Hannah Neil, we do as collaboration. Referring organizations such as OSU and Nationwide work closely with our expert staff to place children and families in our care. Partner agencies like the ADAMH Board of Franklin County offers support while the YWCA compliments our services. And the families and caregivers who rely on our programs each play a critical role to ensure we can deliver the best possible care.