In 1989, ACRP initially began working with youth through child welfare and juvenile justice, but there was an almost immediate realization that services needed to be provided to entire families. A grant for Family Preservation Services made this possible.
Next the agency began implementing programs in local schools. This led to the development and creation of an Alternative Education Program for youth who could not succeed in traditional school settings. ACRP now operates (4) alternative school sites that service over 125 students-elementary, middle, and high school and is an approved Alternative Education Provider through the PA Department of Education. – less – More from ZoomInfo »