Offers two programs, the Adolescent Residential Care Program and The Source, a runaway and homeless youth shelter.
To provide opportunities for at-risk youth to change their lives by offering shelter, community-based living, and teaching of life skills necessary for an independent future.
Attention Homes was founded in 1966 by Judge Horace Holmes, then-chief probation officer John Hargadine, and a Bible study group from the Methodist Church. It was believed that youth could be better served in a residential setting rather than in a detention center.
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The Residential Care Program is for youth ages 12 - 18; overnight services at The Source are available to youth ages 15 - 20; day drop-in services are provided to youth up to age 24.