The Group Homes Program

The cycle of sexual abuse is stopped and prevented at Generations through structured, staff secure, and caring programs. The Group Homes program takes place on the Bridges and Horizons campuses where behavior management and various skill-building groups are tailored to the specific needs of each child.

Education

Generations offers the support needed for each child to reach his potential.  Greenville County selected Generations’ school for the southern Greenville County virtual school hub, providing quality education for all Greenville County group homes students.

Childhood Experiences

Learning to be a child is a big component of our Group Homes program. Many of our boys have not had an appropriate childhood and learning to play is extremely important. Through structured recreation, our BoyScout Troop #821, special events, and holiday celebrations our boys learn the joys of childhood.

Family Reunification

Family Reunification is also a large part of the Group Homes program. We recognize the role that family plays in each child’s ability to be successful. When appropriate, each family is encouraged to become involved in their child’s progress.

Spiritual Direction

Spiritual Development is a very important part in the redirection of our residents. This is offered in an interactive format,encouraging our boys to participate in this voluntary activity.

The Group Homes program offers…

 

Generations is a nationally-accredited, non-profit organization working with at risk boys. Sexual abuse is stopped and prevented at Generations through structured, staff secure, and caring programs. Behavior management and various skill-building groups are tailored to the specific needs of each child. Through our specialized services, Generations maintains a 98% success rate as we work toward our goal of “no more victims.”