“The downturn in the economy coupled with the ever increasing complexities of non-profit funding streams has impacted the entire human services industry. These troubling economic times have severely increased the number of people who need help and at the same time, the downward pressure on funding has caused some agencies to seek collaborative relationships in order to maintain exceptional programs and services. Rosemont Center has been fortunate to collaborate with The Buckeye Ranch so that the Center’s work can continue in this community,” said Jim Schmidt, Board Chairman of The Rosemont Center.
President and CEO of The Buckeye Ranch, announced that beginning November 1,
2012, The Buckeye Ranch will take over operations at the Rosemont Center
adding to the Ranch’s large continuum of care.
Rees said; “We have hired many
of the Rosemont staff members and have assured continuing care for
approximately 200 children and their families.
We intend to continue the great work of Rosemont. We intend to use
In July of 2000, Rosemont
Center, Inc. became an independent entity from the Sisters of the Good
Shepherd who owned and operated the Center in
The Sisters modified the program in the 1940's. As the need for adult care and care of the homeless and orphaned children became less urgent, they began to focus their efforts on helping adolescent girls.
In the 1960's, the Sisters
moved to the current thirty-five acre site and the specialized
Today, Rosemont Center's array of programs and services reflect the philosophy of treating every child and family with respect and dignity, by walking with each youth and family through their journey of seeing themselves in a more positive manner, race, color, nation of origin, ethnicity, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or disability.
The Buckeye Ranch is a
private, non-profit provider that has been serving children and families in
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