Mission: To transform the lives of children and youth who are facing complex emotional, behavioral, and learning challenges by partnering with these children and youth, their families, and communities to nurture hope, build strengths, and develop lifelong skills.
Programs: The walker intensive residential treatment program (irtp) was created to help high-risk, multiple-complex children and their families build social, emotional, and behavioral competencies so they may achieve and maintain a permanent family connection while preventing the damage of serial placement disruptions. The walker irtp is a nationally accredited, fully licensed and chapter 766-approved program that serves children between the ages of 5 and 13 who can be maintained in a staff-secure group setting.
the day treatment and education program is a chapter 766-approved academic day program for children with histories of high-risk behaviors, chronic mental illness, language disorders, learning disabilities, and/or high-functioning autism spectrum disorders.
beacon is a fully accredited, co-educational alternative middle and high school program that provides academic and specialized programs in a therapeutic environment for students ages 12 to 22 from the greater boston area.