WHAT WE DO
Bonnie Brae is an extraordinary residential school; a safe place for boys, girls, young men and young women in crisis, ages 12-21. We provide the most comprehensive care for historically under-served youth and families throughout New Jersey. In 2016, we began serving both girls and boys between the ages of 13 – 18 via our intensive in-community services (IIC).
Bonnie Brae has transformed the lives of more than 12,750 youth and their families, taking them from crisis to success and offering them hope. See our outcomes, and read the stories of our success.
What began as a farm in Livingston for 14 young men is now a 100 acre campus, serving over 280 boys and girls each year, with 22 buildings for 93 young men on-campus and 4 off-campus homes for 26 young men and women.
Just the facts on who we serve, how many we serve, our accreditations and accomplishments, our campus, our programming, how we are funded, and on our fiscal responsibility.
TAKE A TOUR
Take a closer look at our 100 acre Liberty Corner Main Campus, which provides an optimum environment for youth to heal in an ideal setting.
Who are the youth we serve and what are the personal challenges impacting their potential? Learn more about how young men and women come to Bonnie Brae and if this could be a resource for your family.
HISTORY OF THE PIPER
The Piper, Bonnie Brae’s first logo, is an image made in the likeness of Peter Pan, a figure created by Scottish novelist Sir James Barrie, who spends his never-ending childhood having adventures as leader of the lost boys.