2019-10-23 10:45:03 via Google
I lived at the "Home" twice...I have good memories and bad. Met the most caring people in the world there...Mr. DeVille, Mr. Allen, Mrs. Benefield to name a few... and they all made such a positive impact in my young troubled life!! I can never thank them enough for caring for me when my family didn't!!
2019-04-22 06:10:36 via Google
i'm there now it my second time!!!
2014-09-16 20:19:15 via Google
I spent my childhood (1.5 - 18 yrs. old) in this home. It was a wonderful place for learning life skills, high values, christian morals and making life long friends. Today, this campus is for troubled teens. I visit every year at Homecoming and see the children in church and I know that the leaders are highly principled, demonstrate Christian values and provide psychological help and family counseling to the families of the children.. I recommend it based on what I see. My sisters and I turned out pretty good. Worked 30 years and contributed to society, Active church members and have many friends!
2016-12-11 05:03:55 via Google
I lived here in 1987 or 1988, I was six or seven. They moved me from the old Reception Center directly to James house because I was so young. I was the little angel in the Christmas play that year. I live there again in 1994 but I never left the Reception Center and then again in 1996-97 and I lived in Harmon house. This place holds some of my Fondest and most Vivid memories.
2016-11-05 22:53:16 via Google
I use to live here. I was the first youngest child to go to the group home. I had Mrs. Ann at Herman house as my supervisor. I really loved hey and Mrs. Tammy from Everett
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