Annual Report 2022Read the Full Article
Research has shown that many students today are not coming to school with the social and emotional skills they need to be successful in the classroom. The historical notion of school-based punitive measures and zero-tolerance policies have proven to be ineffective in the long-term success of student achievement, specifically when working with students with mental […]Read the Full Article
Impact Report 2022Read the Full Article
To say that the past few years have been filled with challenges and changes is an understatement. Through the numerous challenges and changes, the nursing department at JFBHS has consistently stepped up. Our nursing staff has remained healthy and not missed any workdays despite several cases of COVID amongst the staff and residents.Read the Full Article
Several years ago, CEO Tricia Delano, charted a strategic direction for JFBHS to serve military families. As a former military dependent herself, Delano knows first-hand the special demands and stresses of military life. Approximately 2 million youth are the children of military personnel. These kids experience multiple stressors due to their family members’ deployment or adjustment from a parent returning from a deployment.Read the Full Article
JFBHS is pleased to announce that in fiscal year 2021, we received reaccreditation from three national accrediting bodies. The COA, BBB and Guidestar Platinum Transparency.Read the Full Article
At JFBHS, Hillary participated in psychoeducational groups—Positive Communication, Independent Living Skills and Anger Management, just to name a few. She completed her treatment and was successfully discharged in March 2020 to an independent living program in her home locality. She will receive community-based mental health and substance use treatment services
Our campus provided a safe and stable environment for Hillary to learn skills to assist with emotional regulation, anger management, substance use education, and relapse prevention skills.
Jeff arrived at JFBHS with diagnoses of major depressive disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity, oppositional defiant disorder, and cannabis use disorder. He also was carrying a huge chip on his shoulder.
Thanks to a plan of care developed specifically for Jeff and his needs, Jeff began to show a different side of himself.
At JFBHS, Holly received the support she needed including GED preparation, medication management, individual therapy, family therapy, life skills training, and intensive family therapy.
Our campus provided a safe and stable environment for Holly to learn skills to assist with emotional regulation, anger management, substance use education, and relapse prevention skills.
“I was angry that my grandmother died.
I didn’t know how to deal with the pain.
I tried everything to dull my feelings.
Somehow the people at Jackson-Feild were able to help me se there were better ways to easy my grief and pain.
I am excited to be in an independent living program. I’m looking forward to starting
cosmetology school soon.”