Mission: To provide programs and services empowering children, youth and families to achieve optimum potential.
Programs: Intermediate services (bradfield center campus, anne e. Shepherd home, and georgia industrial children's home (gich)) serve severely emotionally disturbed males between the ages of 9 and 17 who present sexual agression, females between the ages of 7 and 17 who present sexual agression or trauma from sexual abuses, and homeless, neglected, and abused adolescents. Average monthly boys served at bradfield center - 38. Average monthly girls served at anne e. Shepherd home - 32. Average monthly children served at gich - 56.
community services include comprehensive awareness program, circle of care, children's advocacy centers, chattahoochee casa, troup county prevention coalition, transitional living program, ropes and teambuilding and camp viola.
community health services encompasses health promotion among youths and families with a focus on the development course of adaptive and maladaptive behavior as children and adolescent mature into young adults.