Residential Care is provided in community- based group homes located on campus. A variety of placement and prevention services are available to meet the needs of the individual child and/or family.
Family Care is a transitional program for single mothers and their children. The program provides a goal-focused living environment within a cottage setting. Family Care is specifically structured to help mothers transition to a successful, independent living situation.
After care is provided to the child and custodian following each residential service placement.
Clarification service helps families to understand and define their immediate relationships. Value change occurs as family relationships are clarified, and children and their families learn problem-solving skills.
"I like the way my houseparents treat me. I like the way they give me food.
I like the way they love me."
~ Katherine, age 17