Crossnore School & Children’s Home puts a high emphasis on education to offer children choices for their future. Education helps our children break generational cycles of abuse and neglect, as well as provide more than $1 million in additional income over their lifetimes.
In Winston-Salem, NC, our students attend the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County public schools. For those who are eligible, our Day Treatment program provides:
- Year-round programming (7:25 a.m.–1:55 p.m. five days a week)
- Treatment groups
- Psycho-Educational groups
- Experiential and Adventure-Based counseling
- Individual counseling
- Family counseling
- Individualized goals/interventions
The program utilizes a structured environment concentrating on strengths, skill building, and problem solving through individual therapy and in groups. Day Treatment also provides interventions that address the reduction of mental health symptoms, improvement of behavioral functioning, increased coping and relational skills, recovery, and ability to function in an educational and community setting.
For students living on the Crossnore, NC campus, educational services are provided at Marjorie Williams Academy, a K-12 public charter school located on our campus.The mission of Williams Academy is to offer a stable, emotionally supportive, educational environment for children with a goal of empowering each child to achieve his or her real academic and social potential. Click HERE to visit the Marjorie Williams Academy website and learn more.
For more information about Crossnore School & Children’s Home’s educational services, please contact:
Williams Academy in Crossnore, NC and surrounding areas:
Stacey Clarke, Director of Student Affairs
Day Treatment in Winston-Salem, NC and surrounding areas:
Debbie Dean, Admissions Specialist