Our Group Care Intensive Services (GCIS) / Level 3 home on Standridge Road provides 24-hour awake supervision for tweens and teens who have been removed from their home due to abuse or neglect, significant behavioral problems, or family disruption. We provide for all basic needs for males and females ranging in age from 10 to 21 years in four living units. We care for approximately 10 girls and 30 boys in this GCIS program. Learn More
Pathways is a Group Care Intensive Services (GCIS) program focused on meeting therapeutic needs while simultaneously developing independent living skills. The program serves males ages 15-21. While placed in the program, there is an increased focus on experiential learning based on the youth’s level of maturity and responsibility. The goal of the program is to prepare youth for eventual transition into an independent setting through verbal and hands-on instruction in various areas independence. Learn More
Youth are referred to our residential programs through the SC Department of Social Services or the SC Department of Juvenile Justice.