Monroe Harding provides a continuum of services for children and youth in state’s custody. Our four integrated services include:
- Foster care (males and females aged Birth – 18)
- Residential Programs (males, aged 15 – 26)
- Education & Workforce Development, A resource center for young adults who are transitioning from or who have aged out of Foster Care (males and females aged 16-26)
- Therapy & Healing
While each service offers unique features for the population they serve, all include education, vocational skills, relationship building, spiritual formation, health & wellness, and – most importantly – the guidance and support of a caring adult. We have a team of dedicated professionals whose aim is to give the children and youth we serve the chance for a better life.
To learn more about any of our services, see below:
To learn more, click the services name below.