Judson Center provided life improving services to 4,022 children and families
in need last year:
370 children on the autism spectrum developed new social and life skills.
Behavioral Health Services
435 individuals received mental health counseling.
Child Welfare Services
98 children were matched with a forever family through our adoption program.
1,730 difficult to place youth participated in the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange.
128 foster children were safely tucked into bed for 22,768 days of care.
48 youth received intensive psychiatric services through our residential program and learned valuable skills to help them regulate their emotions and keep them safe during crisis.
846 families at risk of having their children removed remained together, or were reunited after a brief separation.
52 adults with disabilities were able to live as independently as possible in the community.
128 adults with disabilities were given a chance to work in the community.
187 families received 4,056 days of loving respite care for a family member with a disability.