Rating: 3.2 stars 20 20 reviews
4350 E Camelback Rd No F250 Phoenix AZ 85018 USA
Childhelp exists to meet the physical, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of abused, neglected and at-risk children. We focus our efforts on advocacy, prevention, treatment and community outreach.
Residential - the childhelp merv griffin village in beaumont, california, and the childhelp alice c. Tyler village in lignum, virginia are childhelp's long-term residential treatment facilities. These facilities house child victims of severe neglect and abuse who require special attention with regard to behavioral and emotional well-being. Combined, the two villages housed an estimated 270 children and provided over 9,000 services last year. These villages are located in rural settings allowing the program to utilize treatment such as animal assisted therapy, art therapy and organized wilderness activities (over 300 recreational therapeutic activities). Other childhelp residential facilities include group homes in california.
advocacy/diagnostic - childhelp provides advocacy and education for issues of child abuse, neglect and at-risk children and youth. Childhelp's advocacy programs include child advocacy centers, which provide a one-stop location for integrated services from law enforcement, county social service agencies, pediatricians and trauma-focused mental health therapists. Childhelp has advocacy centers in arizona, colorado, tennessee and virginia and a mobile advocacy unit in northern arizona. In fiscal year 2014, these advocacy centers provided services to over 9,000 children and worked on more than 3,000 new cases of suspected child abuse. Education services include childhelp's public awareness and education initiatives such as the childhelp's speak up be safe(r) virtual learning portal for personal body safety program reaching children in 40 states and 10 countries and reaching at least 50,000 children. Childhelp outreach and awareness facilities include childhelp community center in avondale, arizona, which served more than 1,100 children and adults in the fiscal year ended in 2014. Additonally the merv griffin village in beaumont, california, provided non public school education to over 300 children, and alice c tyler village in lignum, virginia, provided non public school education to over 300 children.
education - the childhelp non-public schools (nps) of merv griffin village in beaumont, california and the alice c. Tyler village in lignum, virginia cater to children who require a therapeutic environment as a component of their elementary or secondary education. The non-public schools serve students with extreme emotional disturbances that cannot be accommodated in a public school. The non-public schools provide high quality supervision, structure and individual programming designed to transition the child to a functional level in society. The two schools served approximately 850 students in the fiscal year ended in 2014 with a combined capacity of more than 180 students.
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The work and impact that Childhelp has on the lives of children across the nation is to be highly commended! They are the only charity that I know of that can honestly claim to have the founders of 56 years still going strong and determined as the day they began their work. The true compassion and love that this charity expels is beyond what many can comprehend. They have the highest level of standards when it comes to the care and comfort of the children and families they help. I have only wonderful things to say about this organization, and I thank God that the founders didn't let the negative thoughts of a few change the outcome for what they knew they had to do to keep kids safe.