Go Blue! Show your commitment to preventing Child Abuse

April is Prevent Child Abuse Month. New Foundations Go Blue! campaign wants you to show your commitment to preventing and reporting child abuse, where ever you may see it. Join Jessica and the New Foundations Home for Children Staff and wear blue this month to show your commitment to preventing child abuse. Post a picture […]

You Are Invited!

New Foundations Home for Children began in 1974 by Judge Mike Glenn to create a safe and nurturing environment for children who had been removed from their families or faced juvenile incarceration. With the community’s help, the Anderson Youth Authority was born. Since that time, the agency has been known by several names, but its […]

Let The 50th Begin!

Fifty years ago, a group of community leaders led by a local family court judge founded, what was then, the Youth Treatment Center for Boys.  It began as a small non-profit residential setting on County Home Road in Anderson, South Carolina in 1974.  The organization grew to become Anderson Youth Association, and a home for […]

50 Years of Doing Whatever It Takes

Fifty years ago, a group of community leaders led by a local family court judge founded, what was then, the Youth Treatment Center for Boys.  It began as a small non-profit residential setting on County Home Road in Anderson, South Carolina in 1974.  The organization grew to become Anderson Youth Association, and a home for girls was added in 1976.  Since that time, services have grown, focusing on prevention and intervention as well, creating a true continuum of care for children and families.