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The corporation's first home office was located in the Garfield Building owned by the Scioto County Board of Developmental Disabilities (formerly the Scioto County Board of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities).In 1999 the home office was moved to 1713 Offnere St., Portsmouth, Ohio.This apartment was home to two individuals until the property was sold to Shawnee State University in September 1988.
At the rear of the property of the Second Street Home was a small apartment, 113 Sinton Street, Portsmouth, Ohio.The home office and the day program remain at the Plaza location today. That facility, a group home that then served twelve women, is located in Portsmouth, Ohio.The facility currently serves as a home for eight individuals.The number of individuals residing in our homes ranges from one to eight persons per home.
We also provide residential supports to individuals who reside in non licensed homes.
It features an adult standards format provided by the Music of Your Life programming service. In 1923 the station was briefly deleted, then relicensed to Reverend Clifford L. In 1926, the station moved to Kokomo, Indiana, now owned by J. Keutz, who was the owner and publisher of the Kokomo Tribune.