Mission: The open arms children's network, inc is a private, non-profit corporation located in brooklet, georgia. The corporation's agency program name is ordered steps home for girls and is deemed a child caring institution- base/awo/mwo type program for state purposes. Its purpose is to provide a safe and supportive environment in the form of out-of-home care services for young girls between the ages of six and eighteen. These children are part of the georgia foster care program and are placed in the group home because they have not received placement or guardianship. Open arms children's network, inc group home program is the primary caregiver for each resident and the program's focus is to provide a stable home life for the girls and to provide tutoring, counseling and personal care while keeping the children involved in school, community and other extracurricular activities. The corporation's program, ordered steps home for girls, is funded primarily by the georgia department of human reso
Programs: The organization's exempt purpose was achieved in 2009 when the program received child caring institution-base/awo/mwo out-of-home care licensing from the state of georgia for six residents. The program became operational on april 1, 2009 when it received its first resident and began receiving funding from the georgia department of human resources division of family and children services. The program was operating at full capacity by the end of the year with each resident of the program receiving proper care in a safe and supportive environment. The group home was the primary caregiver for each resident and provided a stable home life for the girls which included tutoring, counseling and personal care. The program also kept the children involved in school, community, and other extracurricular activities. The organization continues to operate ar full capacity providing exceptional care for each resident.