Our Services

ECHO program staffToday, our children are bombarded with negative influences. These negative impacts often cause behavioral and emotional issues which require the expertise of ECHO's licensed counselors and social workers.

Who we serve

ECHO serves our local students, families, schools and communities. This includes more than 3,600 children who attend 14 local Catholic schools:

How we serve

Services ECHO provides includes:

  • Psycho-education: Second Step: A Social and Emotional Learning Curriculum
  • Child Protection: A Personal Safety Curriculum
  • HOPE Curriculum: A Drug Prevention Curriculum
  • Crisis intervention and safety assessments
  • Consultation and professional development training for faculty and administration
  • In-school clinical observation and screening
  • Individual, group and family counseling and consultation
  • Clinical referrals to outside providers with follow-up
  • Partnerships with other agencies to address health and safety education
  • Social work to help families meet basic needs and connect with community services
  • High school preparation retreat for 8th grade students
  • Peacemakers student leadership service group
Support ECHO

Every gift, regardless of size, makes an impact on the work of the ECHO program. Please take a moment to help us provide support and resources for children from under-resourced neighborhoods and diverse cultures. Thank you!

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Fitz Hall
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2967