The Center for Family Safety and Healing offers valuable information on our services, resources, and prevention and education efforts. Use the links below to find the program information you are looking for.
Learn more about these CFSH Programs and Services by clicking on the links below. Also check our our Education and Resources page to learn more about other prevention services we offer.
Child Assessment Center
The Child Assessment Center provides responsive and timely medical assessment and treatment along with interviews of children and family members for those who have experienced child abuse.
Counseling/Family Support Program
The Family Support Program (FSP) offers counseling for children and adolescents who have been sexually or physically abused or who have been exposed to family violence.
Family/Domestic Violence Services
We offer services for adult victims of domestic violence, children who have witnessed family violence and for teens who have been victimized by relationship violence.
Fostering Connections Program
The Fostering Connections Program is a specialized foster care clinic that offers comprehensive health care services to children and adolescents placed in out-of-home care.
Physicians and social workers provide inpatient consultations, as well as outpatient and emergency department consultation to the hospital’s medical and surgical services in cases of suspected child maltreatment.
Pediatric Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program
The Center, in collaboration with the Emergency Department (ED) at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, established a Pediatric Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (PSANE) program in 2005 to support evidence collection procedures in children and adolescents who present to the ED for acute sexual assault when the Child Assessment Center is not open to provide this specialized care.
The Post Injury Clinic was established to provide long-term follow-up for victims of Acute Head Trauma as an inter-disciplinary collaborative program between The Center for Family Safety and Healing, Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics, and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.