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Bashor Children's Home

Last Update:12/13/2017
Contact:
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Address:62226 county road 15
Goshen, IN 46526
County:Elkhart
Phone:574-875-5117
Toll Free:
Fax:574-875-5284
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E-Mail:
Website:www.bashor.org
Mission
Faithful to God and in keeping with the United Methodist tradition, Bashor Children's Home is to provide "Help for Today and Hope for Tomorrow" to troubled children and their families.
Program Description
Bashor Children’s Home Programs and Services

Youth and Adolescent Residential Treatment -Locked Secure:
  • Adolescent Males 14-18 with delinquency adjudication
  • Substance Abuse
  • Dual Diagnosis Males/Females 13-18
  • Sexually Maladaptive Behavior Treatment Males ages 8-13/ Females ages 14-18
  • Staff Secure Behavior Modification Males/Females ages 13-18
Therapeutic Foster Care:  This is an extension of the residential programs on campus designed to provide an appropriate discharge resource for children completing residential treatment.

BAS – Bashor Alternative School:  BAS is a day program which assists emotionally handicapped children in the development of appropriate in-school behaviors, preparing them for a return to a public school setting.

BEEP Elementary Program:  This short-term prevention day program works with elementary students who have been identified as at risk by their home school. It provides on grounds classroom instruction, therapeutic counseling and case management for the student and the family.

Community Based Services:
  • Teen Court
  • Youth Juvenile Justice Diversion
  • Stoplifting
  • Stopskipping
  • Guided Family Intervention
  • Transparenting/Seasons
Financial
Services
Behavior Health/Therapy
Residential Placement
Serious Emotional Disability
Special Education and Related Services
Counties Serviced
Elkhart
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