As the needs of at risk youth increase Shiloh House continues to explore different opportunities to assist the communities we live and work in.

Shiloh House in partnership with Adams County Human Services, The Link Community Assessment & Resource Center, 17th Judicial District Senate Bill 94 Program, and P.A.T.H.S. established a multi-purpose center that ensures the safety of youth and families through combined juvenile assessment, crisis intervention, short term shelter, RCCF program, educational and treatment services for male and female youth ages 5-17. Serves up to 28 male/female youth, 16 group care counselors, 4 on site supervisors that can help facilitate programming, and intakes 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and on grounds school.

The program is designed to provide shelter to youth for up to two weeks while situational stabilization is sought after. If deemed appropriate youth can stay for an extended period based on their needs. The Sanctuary allows over 500 youth to be served each year!