Three-fold purpose: (1) Treatment: To save children’s lives and restore their bodies to the highest level of usefulness. (2) Research: To conduct research into orthopedic and burn care. (3) Education: To train physicians and other medical professionals in the care and treatment of orthopedic disabilities and burn injuries
Provide programs and services empowering children, youth and families to achieve optimum potential. Residential treatment for boys and girls, Independent Living Program for girls, prevention services, Homestead training, Teambuilding (Ropes Course)
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.
Vocational counseling and guidance, job development and placement, vocational evaluation, rehabilitation technology, academic training, community work adjustment training, on-the-job training, supported employment, physical restoration, mental restoration, and other support services