Mission: The immediate mission is to provide homecare and counseling to troubled and displaced youth on a temporary basis. The longterm aim is to work with these young people so that they can overcome their trevails and become a contributing member of society.
Programs: For the year ended 9/30/2014, the organization has provided shelter care at the intervention center to 71 baldwin county children adjudicated as a child in need of supervision and placed by the court or juvenile probation officers, 82 baldwin county children placed by parents who were in crisis with their children, and 58 foster children. Of those numbers 19 were place on more than one occasion. The children were able to remain enrolled in and counted present in their home schools by attending the on-campus school program. They received weekly group counseling and daily life skills training and were provided with clothing and necessary toiletry items during their stay. The boys home served 23 youth and girls home served 28 youth who were place by the baldwin county juvenile judge as a community-based corrections program, with an average stay of 4 to 6 months. The youth attended public schools, received weekly group counseling and daily life skills training and could earn weekend passes to be with their families. The parents and children together attended the parent and child training classes facilitated by a clinical psychologist, with over 175 persons benefiting from the free classes, which were open to the general public.