St. Marys

Referral Types Accepted:

  • DFCS Custody
  • DFCS/DJJ Joint Custody
  • MAAC Referrals
  • Parental Custody (special circumstances)

Population Served

  • Boys ages 11-17; youth may be served beyond 17 until emancipation
  • Minimum IQ: 70; below 70 on case by case basis
  • Public School Eligible; Alternative School acceptable
  • Must be ambulatory and independently mobile

Youth Characteristics include, but not limited to:

  • Mild/Moderate Behavioral Issues
  • Mild/Moderate Emotional Issues
  • Oppositional/Defiant Behaviors
  • Reactive Attachment Issues (RAD)
  • Sexual Abuse History

Population Not Served

  • Youth who are drug or alcohol dependent (those with a history of substance use can be served on a case by case basis)
  • Youth who are currently suicidal, extremely aggressive or psychotic
  • Youth are pregnant.
  • Youth are medically fragile
  • Adjudicated Delinquents (can be served on a case by case basis; DJJ should contact Regional Director)
  • Youth clearly in need of more intensive services

Program Services

  • The St. Marys Campus provides Residential Care Maximum Watchful Oversight/Additional Watchful Oversight services for boys (11-17 years old).
  • Emergency placement services are provided to DFCS counties in a fifty mile radius of the regional office.

Other Services Offered

  • Higher Education- Educational support is available for youth attending college, vocational school and/or military.

For more information about our St. Marys campus:

      Contact St. Marys campus
      St. Marys campus photo gallery

For employment opportunities at The Methodist Home in St. Marys, please visit our Career Path Opportunities page. You can also click this link for an employment application.

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