Everything!! Our name tells the world who we are, creates a first impression and hopefully imparts a positive image. For many of our stakeholders in our organization "Jackson-Feild Homes" is a tried and true name on which we have successfully built a solid reputation. We understand this perspective and have made the decision to retain Jackson-Feild Homes as our corporate legal name. You as a supporter of our organization will continue to receive information on the organization under this name.
However, we have pondered for some time that the Jackson-Feild Homes name no longer truly reflects who we are and what we do. We have changed and grown, and we are now distinctly a behavioral health organization. For parents desperately seeking a placement for their children, or for social workers seeking placement for children in their care, our current name does not truly define what we do. For that reason, the program and services side of our organization is now known as Jackson-Feild Behavioral Health Services. (read more...)
So whether you see us as Jackson-Feild Homes or see us as Jackson-Feild Behavioral Health Services, know that we are the same organization that continually strives to improve and we are dedicated to providing the best treatment for healing children in our care.(...show less)
Jackson-Feild Homes provides innovative, intensive therapeutic services using best practice trauma models for boys and girls in residential care and our community- based services.
All programs work with each youth individually and involve each youth’s family to ensure success. The goal is to return the child to their community as soon as possible.
We work to educate, equip and empower youth to become healthy and confident young adults.
Our caring donors have been making a difference in the lives of countless youth.
There are many ways you can help the children. Some of these include but are not limited to:
- Planned gifts
- In-Kind Gifts (Related, non-cash gifts like clothing, books)
Jackson-Feild works with boys and girls ages 12 to 21 in our Adolescent Psychiatric Program, Behavioral Health Program Maternity and Infant Program and the Intensive In-Home Program.
If you are interested in additional information or to refer a child for admission to our programs, please contact our Admissions Coordinator, Lauren Barnes at NDM0IDYzNC0zMjE3IEV4dC4gMzAyNw==. You may email her at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org