Imagine the day when every person and every community in Ohio feels strong and whole, because no one feels alone.
How Can We Help You?
From information about treatment programs to experts that can provide guidance for difficult situations, we’re here to help every step of the way.
The Ranch of Opportunity
An open, residential treatment program for teenage girls in a spacious and secluded rural setting. Learn More→
Northcutt Residential Treatment Center
Provides a safe, healing environment for elementary school-aged boys who are victims of trauma. Learn More→
The Heritage of Hannah Neil
Our newest facility, The Heritage of Hannah Neil, provides a continuum of care to children and their families, including residential and day treatment, outpatient care, in-home counseling, education services for children and ongoing support for families. Learn More→
Webster Street Academy
Our educational philosophy is that learning MUST start at the level where the student is truly functioning and not at a level others believe to be appropriate for that child. Learn More→
Advancing Behavioral Health
Eastway is advancing behavioral healthcare, housing and employment effectiveness through the creation of innovative programs and services that positively impact the lives of those we serve, everyday for more than 60 years.
98% of clients feel they are treated with dignity and respect.
95% of clients feel they are improving in our care.
Eastway manages and operates 24 facilities.
Eastway touches more than 10,000 lives annually.
Eastway Behavioral Healthcare
Eastway serves adults, children and families throughout Montgomery County and beyond, teaching people the life skills they need to take care of themselves. When individuals receive trustworthy counseling, ongoing education, sound coping strategies and holistic healthcare they feel safe and empowered.
Eastway is the largest, private, not-for-profit provider of mental health, substance abuse, housing, employment and educational services in the Miami Valley area.
Eastway is a partner with the Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board for Montgomery County and the Family and Children First Council of Montgomery County.