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Boys Town: #8 Expert-Identified At-Risk Youth Nonprofit

September 14th, 2011 by dawn Leave a reply »

Boys Town, the #8 nonprofit, is playing a key role in the mental rehabilitation and treatment of at-risk youth; learn more about their unique approach below.

Boys Town has been a national leader in the care and treatment of children since its founding more than 90 years ago by Father Edward Flanagan.

As one of the largest nonprofit, nonsectarian child and family care organizations in the country, Boys Town provides compassionate, research-proven treatment for behavioral, emotional and physical problems.

Each year Boys Town services and programs touch the lives of 1.6 million people. That includes direct care to nearly 121,000 children and families.

Under the leadership of Father Steven E. Boes, Boys Town’s focus is on implementing our unique Integrated Continuum of Care. The Continuum provides a tightly integrated spectrum of research-proven services based on the consistent delivery of the Boys Town Model℠.

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According to our experts, Boys Town has effective programs and strong follow-up evaluation as well. Boys Town has conducted long-term outcome evaluation (a five-year study and a sixteen-year study) to assess the impact of their program.  Both studies revealed that youth maintained positive outcomes and used what they learned in the program long after they returned to their communities. Read more expert reviews here to learn about the great work that Boys Town is doing.

1 comment

  1. Joy says:

    Just learning more about your work. Loved reading about Boys Town and can’t wait to “dig in” to your site!

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