When youth are in need of a place to call home,
we are here.
Living life independently, with confidence, authority, and grace, is a learned skill that does not necessarily come easily or naturally.
We keep life skills top-of-mind in our six community home settings across the mid-Atlantic, each aimed at developing youth in their journey to become self-sufficient, contributing community members.
In each home, we seek to integrate residents into the community, getting them involved in a greater network of support and care through areas like recreation and service. Residents work closely with a BCC treatment team (therapist, psychologist, house supervisor, etc.) and focus on developing core life skills. Following their time in our community homes, most youth transition to semi-independent or fully independent living arrangements.
Community Home Support Services
- 24/7 clinical support
- Medication management
- Door-to-door transportation for appointments
- Education opportunities
- On and Off-campus recreation
- Community service
- Employment opportunities
We’re proud to operate three community-based group homes across Maryland in Hagerstown, Colesville, and Baltimore. Each home offers a team-based approach to developing youth within the community and critical life skills.
Our Pennsylvania community home offers residential services in the beautiful, peaceful rolling hills of Cumberland County, just Southwest of Harrisburg.
Tucked behind a quiet neighborhood in Berkeley County, our Martinsburg campus offers extensive recreational, vocational, and educational facilities for youth who need support coping with emotional and behavioral issues.
We are here to help you.
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Board of Child Care programs are open to any individual or family regardless of their religious beliefs.