Save the Date for Bonnie Brae’s 100th Anniversary Celebration – May 21st, 2016
A residential school and therapeutic community for New Jersey boys in crisis ages 8-18.
Our Goal: 100 Years, 10,000 Boys Served,
10,000 Families Changed
Bonnie Brae by the
In FY14-15, 85% of residents successfully completed program.
34% of our Bonnie Brae boys have one or more parent(s) who have been convicted of an offense.
Bonnie Brae boys average 5.8 out of home placements before coming to Bonnie Brae…
86% of parents say they got the help they wanted for their child at Bonnie Brae.
74% of Bonnie Brae boys were taking psychotropic medications when admitted…
76% of these boys discontinued or dramatically decreased all medications.
64% of Bonnie Brae boys have been abused, abandoned or neglected…
94% of outside caseworkers surveyed believe the staff understands and addresses unique issues of each Bonnie Brae boy.
68% of Bonnie Brae boys had multiple suspensions from school prior to admission…
100% of all eligible Bonnie Brae seniors graduated from Bonnie Brae high school compared to the statewide average of 83%
59% of Bonnie Brae boys were runaways before coming to Bonnie Brae…
In 2012, 72% of alumni survey had been reunited with their family upon discharge from Bonnie Brae.
What people say about Bonnie Brae
Bonnie Brae is one of the best things that ever happened (to my son). He wouldn’t be in college or where he is at without Bonnie Brae.
There is always someone to talk to when I need to.
I appreciate the extensive counseling, can always call and tell how the weekend went on home visits and can come in and talk if it didn’t go well or he relapses.
When I get bad family issues, they do everything in their power to help.
The staff has taught him things that I would have never taught him.
I like Bonnie Brae because people choose to do this work. They don’t have to.
Your After-Care Program is a vital part of the conclusion of the Bonnie-Brae Program. We are all so grateful for everyone at Bonnie Brae
What I got out of aftercare was learning some stuff on the computer and finding new places to go to so I’m not at home all the time.
I cannot express how I felt when I went to Donald’s back to school night this year and read some of his daily journal entries.
At Bonnie Brae I have people to guide me.
I want to thank everyone at Bonnie Brae for their guidance, caring, kindness, and, when needed, toughness during our son Joe’s stay
Staff is there for him when he needs counseling. He is safe and secure at Bonnie Brae.
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