A dedicated, caring and unique group of people serving troubled youth. We provide a nurturing environment necessary to foster change, growth, and maturity so that our children reach their maximum potential. Serving with compassion, skill, effectiveness and respect, we make a difference in each child’s life. Residential Treatment: Each child is supported by a staff consisting of a psychiatrist, a client advocate, Human Service professionals and nursing staff. Educational Program: GA Certified teachers provide the educational program for students. Teachers are trained to work with learning disabilities and behavior disorders. Therapeutic Foster Care: Placement in certified therapeutic foster homes provided. Foster families will be supported with on-going case management and 24-hour crisis intervention as needed.
Protect and care for troubled children and their families in a safe, stable environment while providing quality care to help others help themselves.
GraceWay is a 501(C)(3)non-profit, faith- based, long-term substance abuse treatment community for women. GraceWay provides a spiritual home environment that empowers residents to become productive members of their families and society through intensive application of the Twelve-Step methodology. Length of stay: 6 months–2 years. GraceWay also offers After Care and Transition Housing (The Way Half-Way House).
To provide a Christ-centered, safe, and wholesome residential environment for at-risk children and young people. Residential Group Home for children ages 6-18 needing levels of care I, II and III. 60-bed facility (six group homes), most children are in state custody. Level of Care I: Occasional mild and emotional and/or behavioral problems that interfere with the child’s ability to function in the family, school and/or community. The focus of care is on reassurance, consistency and regular parenting type activities with guidance and supervision needed to develop normalized social skills to ensure emotional and physical well-being. Level of Care II: Mild emotional and/or behavioral management problems that interfere with the child’s ability to function in the family, school and/or community. Likely has a mental health diagnosis. Behaviors include infrequent impulsive or deliberate acts result in minor property destruction, nonviolent anti-social acts and some oppositional behavior. Care, treatment and supervision are provided in the supportive settings of residential facilities. Level of Care III: Moderate and/or occasional serious emotional and/or behavioral management problems that interfere with his/her ability to function in the family, school and/or community outside of a therapeutic setting. Supervision and treatment are provided through therapeutic activities designed to improve the child’s social, emotional and educational functioning and to teach pro-social, adaptive skills.