One Way Farm Childrens Home

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Checked December 23, 2011

One Way Farm Childrens Home is a group home located on 6131 River Road, Fairfield, Ohio [1]

On their homepage they state that the goal of the facility is to:

  • Provide temporary shelter for young people in need of temporary care.
  • When providing long-term care and placements, there are many behavior problems to overcome.
  • When teaching love by being a model of love that can be secured by ongoing patience.
  • One Way Farm Children's Home is a community-based alternative for youths that do not require institutionalization in a secure facility but needs short-term placement or temporary care, therefore, the interaction is of the utmost importance.
  • Furnish programs for children who are mentally disabled, have been abused, or have multiple disabilities creating assurance of their safety.
  • Provide an Animal Education Therapy Program for children who live at One Way Farm Children's Home.

In the news

A 16-year-old ended up in crtical condition after an asault [2]. Some counties removed their children due to the seriousness of the assault [3]. The 16 year old Anthony Parker died december 28, 2011 [4]

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  1. The facility on Google maps
  2. Boy seriously injured after alleged assault at group home, Journal News, December 21, 2011
  3. Severity of beating prompts removal of teens from group home, By Hannah Poturalski, The Western Star, December 22, 2011
  4. Teen Charged With Murder In Fatal Group Home Attack, WLWT News 5, December 28, 2011