The One Way Farm was founded in 1976 by Barbara Condo as a non-profit organization committed to caring for abused, abandoned and neglected children (ages 6 to 18) in Southwestern Ohio. We were initially located in Cincinnati but was moved in late 1976 to a facility in Fairfield.
The office was built in 1991. It has eight offices and a chapel room where the children enjoy recreational activities. It is also a place for the board to have their quarterly meetings.
The boys and girls shelters were built in 1989. They have a large dining room and kitchen, computer lab, four large bedrooms and a full basement with exercise equipment, toys and play area. The shelters house 20 children.
The barn was built in 1999 by the Cincinnati Home Builders Association to house the animals for our Animal Therapy Program.
The Gazebo was built in 1997. The children may use it to spend time with a member of for a quiet study time.
The picnic shelter was built in 1999 by Volunteers and Grants so that the children would have a place to do picnics and cookouts. The partial basketball court was built in 1989 by volunteers.
Since our founding in 1976, we have served as a home for thousands of abandoned, neglected, abused and troubled children.