Shiloh House offers educational support services that provide intervention systems designed to help address behaviors linked to expulsion, suspension, dropping out of school, and truancy. These interventions help improve parent capacity, strengthen academic achievement, support truancy prevention and increase social and emotional functioning in both the home and school environments.

Through a team of educational engagement coaches we assist and educate parents and students who have been truant, expelled or at-risk, to help resolve issues related to student success through behavior coaching, credit recovery, tutoring groups and mentoring. Services are also intended to prevent the need for higher levels of care or a more restrictive placement, incarceration and help transition students to a less restrictive environment.

Additional Information:

  • Bachelor and Master level staff
  • Bilingual staff
  • Serving male and female youth ages 7-17
  • Pro Bono services available
  • Referrals from school districts, Department of Human Services, Probation and other Human Service Agencies.
  • Hours: 7:00 am-8:00 pm
Through a team of educational engagement coaches we aim to assist and educate parents and students.