What does The PAYH Residential Treatment Program Include?
Individual Service Plan (ISP): Based on each young man’s personal needs, the ISP is developed by a multidisciplinary team to address his specific issues.
Individual, Family, and Group Therapy Sessions: Conducted by our licensed counselors, therapy sessions address critical areas such as spiritual development, substance abuse, and anger resolution.
On-campus, ACSI / SACS Accredited High-School: Young men can earn either a high school diploma or GED through our SACS / ACSI accredited school and can also obtain college credit online through Georgia’s Dual Enrollment Program.
Vocational Training: By introducing our young men to various skilled trades, they have the opportunity to learn the basics of agriculture, landscaping, food- nutrition, mechanics, carpentry, plumbing, and welding.
Practical Life Skills: In order to teach our young men to be independent, productive citizens, they learn important skills such as applying for jobs, basic auto, and household maintenance, and managing a budget.
Transition Program: Recent graduates are in a uniquely vulnerable position, but with proper follow-up and support we seek to help them successfully transition back into society and avoid becoming a statistic.
We are blessed to receive funding from private sources, which include individuals, corporations, foundations, and churches. PAYH does not accept or receive any government funding.
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