The Methodist Home’s Macon campus serves boys and girls ages 8 to 18(+). We accept referrals from DFCS, DJJ, MAAC, and parental custody under special circumstances. Youth characteristics include, but are not limited to: mild/moderate behavioral and emotional issues, oppositional behaviors, reactive attachment issues and sexual abuse history.
- Residential Care: Maximum Watchful Oversight/Additional Watchful Oversight services provided to children and youth
- Emergency Placement: offered to DFCS counties in a fifty-mile radius of Macon
- STARS: Specialized Treatment for Abuse Reactive Syndrome services for boys 6 to 11 years old
- Price Academy: Elementary classrooms for students grades 3 to 8
- Higher Education: Educational support available for youth attending college, vocational school and/or military
STARS Program (Boys ages 6-11 years old)
The STARS Program is designed to re-educate and reinforce healthy sexuality in sexually reactive boys, ages 6 to 11 years old. The STARS Program is structured so that children accomplish long-term, safe, family behavior changes in a ten to twelve-month time frame. Youth receive individual, group and family therapy, academic supports and life skills education, all driven by dynamic assessment and treatment planning. Successful completion of the STARS Program creates a healthy engagement to permanence and reunification.
For more information about the STARS Program, call (478) 952-7008.
Mr. Cameron Bishop
Regional Director (Macon)
After attending The University of Georgia, Cameron earned his Master of Social Work from Washington University in Saint Louis, Missouri. His introduction to Child Welfare was during his undergraduate studies when he worked as a lifeguard for The Methodist Home. Cameron completed a graduate level practicum in the STARS Program prior to being hired as a Family Consultant. Although he left the organization for several years, he returned as a Human Service Professional and now holds the position of Regional Director. He has worked with The Methodist Home since 2010 and has previously practiced social work in both non-profit organizations and private practice. Cameron is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. As Regional Director, he is responsible for overseeing the programs and services for our children on our Macon campus.