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The Runaway and Homeless Program is part of the Federal initiative to provide shelter and safety to runaway and homeless youth. Youth in crisis are referred to this program so that intervention and prevention methods can be put into place to assist in improving familial dynamics in the home, or if necessary, intervene with other agencies to ensure the safety of the youth in crisis. Youth that need intensive and/or protective services are placed in our Group Home for up to 21 days. During their time with us, all their necessities are provided, including but not limited to food, clothing, shelter, recreation, job training, advocacy, education, medical attention, and counseling. Aftercare Services are offered to clients for up to 6 months.
The Bridge accommodates children from birth to 18 years of age. During their time with us, all their necessities are provided, including but not limited to food, clothing, shelter, recreation, job training, advocacy, education, medical attention, and counseling. We provide a safe and structured environment for these children, allowing them time to heal and grow. We have and operate a 12 bed facility. The Bridge is a six-bedroom, three-bathroom home, located in a confidential location. Referrals are taken from number of sources, including but not limited to the Department of Family and Children Services, the Department of Juvenile Justice, law enforcement, juvenile court, and family members.
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The Bridge is Located in Lee County
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Lee and Dougherty Counties
- Open Arms 420 Pine Avenue, Albany, GA, 31701
This provider does not offer other services at this location.
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