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The Marsh Foundation is committed to meeting the needs of the youth it serves. Youth referred to The Marsh Foundation receive intensive treatment services to address a variety of behavioral and emotional issues. The Marsh provides a safe place to live while learning new skills.
The Marsh Foundation offers on-campus group homes for males and females ages 7 – 17. A specialized residential program provides services for male juvenile sex offenders. In addition to group homes, The Marsh Foundation maintains a strong network of foster homes. Both family and treatment foster care are available. Some foster homes provide specialized independent living or reactive attachment treatment.
The Marsh Foundation provides clinical services to residential and community clients.
The Marsh Foundation provides an on-campus school for youth in care.
The Lincolnview Local Board of Education hired a new principal for The Marsh Foundation School during its June meeting on Monday. Lincolnview alumnus and teacher Robbie Breese was given a three-year limited administrative contract as the new Marsh School principal, effective the 2014-15 school year. Breese replaces Roger Salisbury, who retired at the end of […][More]