Bradfield Center is located in LaGrange, Georgia, approximately one hour southwest of Atlanta. The Center affords residential services for up to 45 severely emotionally and behaviorally disturbed males, ages 9 to 17, who have documented histories of sexual aggression. Residents live in a safe, staff-secured setting and attend school on campus, at Ault Academy. Outpatient services include individual, group, and family therapy, provided by Twin Cedars Community Counseling program.
Who does the Program primarily serve? Males ages 9-17 with a documented history of sexual aggression.
Bradfield Center places an emphasis on creating a positive milieu for residents. Rather than focusing on the negative consequences of an individual’s action and behavior, the Bradfield Center staff attempts to highlight, strengthen, and encourage positive conduct and behavior for our residents. Although inappropriate behaviors are addressed, the focus is placed on attempting to positively reinforce and strengthen pro-social conduct and behavior. At Bradfield, we are about providing second chances, with strong accountability for actions. One unique measure of accountability involves the administration of a polygraph exam where honesty and full disclosure are celebrated. At the time that residents exit the program, it is expected that they will have the skills necessary to lead an offense free life.
In 1980 Mrs. Click Bradfield and other local leaders established The West Georgia Youth Council, in order to meet a critical need in the community. In 1990 Bradfield Center Campus, in LaGrange was created to meet the needs of troubled youth and was originally licensed to serve up to 40 youth from throughout the State of Georgia. At that time plan was launched to serve youth ages 9 to 17 who suffered from sexual abuse, trauma, severe emotional disturbances, and those exhibiting sexually aggressive behaviors. Today, a program of Twin Cedars Youth and Family Services, Bradfield Center serves up to 45 male residents who have a documented history of sexual aggression.
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1022 East Depot Street
LaGrange, GA 30241
706-884-1717 ext 1103
Kim Bond, Ed. D., Program Director: email@example.com
To make a referral, please contact Tonya Daniel, Assistant Intake Coordinator at 706-884-1717, Ext. 1106 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact our Admissions Director Sheila Scales at 706-298-0050 Ext. 1084 or email at email@example.com.