Our Mission

St. Aloysius helps the children and families in our community overcome their challenges by providing the education, counseling, health care and resources they need to heal and grow.
To learn more about our Sanctuary Model, click here.

Who We Are

Board of Directors

Roger Thesing
The Thesing Companies

Vice Chair
Charles Peckham
Montgomery Community Baptist Church

Steve Wanamaker
Venue Magazine

Tim Speed
Western & Southern Financial Group

Tim Hecker
USA Midwest Insurance Services

Kristina Miles
The Kroger Co.

Mark Schafer
The David Joseph Company

Michael Silbernagel
Wallick Communities

John Wagner
John Wagner LLC

Tamara Ward

Mike Wentz
Wentz Design

Andrea Wilkerson
Procter & Gamble

Erica Cargill Smith
The Kroger Company

Joel Stone
Fifth Third Private Bank

Leadership Team

Executive Director
Pam Shannon
Diploma in Nursing, BS, M.Ed.

Administrative Director- Clinical Services
Tim Sillaman, M.A., LPCC-S

Administrative Director – Academic Services
Linda Hart, M.Ed.

Administrative Director – Development and Foundation
Amy Smith, BA, CFRE

Managing Director – Business Operations
Carrie Hampton, B.S.

Director – Finance
Lori DeVinney, B.S., MBA

Director – Human Resources
Karen Davis, M.A., SPHR, SHRM-SCP

Director and Site Administrator Cambridge Campus in Butler County
Ryan Rice, M.A., PCC-S

Managing Director – Clinical Services
Todd Provenzano, M.Ed., LPCC-S

Director – Facilities and Purchasing
Mike Breen

Matt McGuire, M.S.

 A Place for Everyone

If you are someone who needs help, a neglected child, a student who needs special attention,a teacher who cares, a mental health professional who wants to make an impact, a volunteer who wants to lift up their neighbor or someone who has something to contribute, we will find a place for you at St. Aloysius.

For over 180 years, St. Als has opened its doors to those in our community who need help the most. We do whatever it takes, for as long it takes to help children, adults and families heal.

We listen to each child, work with them, and lift them up until they can lift themselves.

From a more structured school environment, to a skilled psychologist to help them overcome a trauma, we heal that person in the way that best serves them, their family, their home, their school and their community.

How We Do It

St. Aloysius knows that there are no one-size-fits-all solutions to the challenges people will face throughout their lives. Here are some of the ways we help our community heal:

  • Outpatient Counseling
  • Community Psychiatric Support Services
  • Pharmacologic Management
  • Psychological Testing
  • School & Home–Based Services
  • Partial Hospitalization
  • Services for the Dually Diagnosed
  • Trauma Informed and Trauma Focused Care
  • Education Services
  • Charter School Sponsorship
  • Professional Training
  • Early Childhood Mental Health

We Can’t Do It Alone

Our generous volunteers, committed staff and compassionate donors, make healing possible. 

Help Us Transform Our Community 

For anyone meeting a challenge in their life, like trauma, the loss of a family member, a learn disability, an addiction, or neglect, they must first overcome despair.
St. Aloysius is a family that will do whatever it takes, for however long it takes to help the children and families in its care overcome that despair and rebuild their lives.

We have the patience and desire to put in the long hours and do the hard work. As part of our highly qualified and dedicated staff, skilled professionals required

to treat the most mentally disabled and physically neglected people in our community and help them get their lives back on track.

You can be a part of the real, lasting change we bring to the lives of the children in our neighborhoods. Call us today to find out how you can join our family and make a positive influence in someones life.