We see limitless potential in the youth and families we serve, and so we are constantly looking for new, innovative ways to help them by strengthening our services and developing new ones where they are needed.
More than 40 years ago, Good Shepherd Services was among the very first child welfare agencies to pioneer a community-based approach to working with children and families. Our South Brooklyn Community High School and The Chelsea Foyer at The Christopher are just two examples of innovative program models designed to confront unique challenges.
Today, we continue to build new and inventive models that provide the highest quality services. We achieve this by using data to strengthen practice, implementing evidence-based models and by forming evidence-building research partnerships.