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What We Do

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We Serve primarily children referred by the foster care & juvenile justice systems,
private parties, counseling networks, churches & schools.

Ages 6 through 17 for basic care services

Ages 18 through 22 for Independent Living​

Our Community is at the heart of Girls’ Haven. From the beginning a product
of this community, through our 25 years: you have poured in your time, heart,
gifts, and funds.​

Our Funding comes primarily through community donations and grants; only 33%
of our funding comes from the state.​

Your Gifts Allow Us to Fight for Our Kids, giving them much more than food and shelter.​

Our Success shows itself over time:​

In the Short Term as our kids realize their own worth and the value of others, they become leaders in their areas of influence and a blessing to the world around them​

In the Long Term as they form their own families and carry the values and truths
they’ve learned at Girls’ Haven into adulthood, creating generational change​

We Are Grateful as we look to the future knowing we can continue to trust you, our community, to include us in your story

Program Services

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Are provided by staff that love and have compassion for the residents at Girls’ Haven

Licensed 32-bed non-secure basic care general residential operation

Homelike environment

Length of stay vary; 30 days to several years

24-hour awake staff

On-site licensed professional counseling that includes weekly individual and group therapy

Trauma-informed care that includes Trust Based Relational Intervention© (TBRI)

Facilities for recreational activities; gym, playground, courtyard, soccer field & racquetball court

On-site cafeteria food services

On-site charter school for grades Pre-K – 8th

501(c) (3) non-profit organization designated by the IRS

All services licensed by the Texas Department of Family & Protective Services (DFPS)

Dedicated & Caring Staff

Clay Thomas

Clay Thomas, M.S., LCCA
Executive Director
clay.thomas@girlshaveninc.org

 

Courtlyn Hale

Courtlyn Hale, M. ED, LPC-I
Clinical Director
courtlyn.hale@girlshaveninc.org

Elizabeth Milam

Elizabeth Milam, B.S.
Program Director
elizabeth.milam@girlshaveninc.org

Kaylee Henry, B.S.

Kaylee Henry, B.S.
Development & P.R. Director
kaylee.dickens@girlshaveninc.org

Chelsea Morgan

Chelsea Morgan
Executive Admin Specialist
chelsea.morgan@girlshaveninc.org

Destinee Simon

Destinee Simon
Case Manager
destinee.simon@girlshaveninc.org

Leslie Valentine, M. ED, LPC-I

Leslie Valentine, M. ED, LPC-I
Clinical Intervention Specialist
leslie.valentine@girlshaveninc.org

Ken McDuff

Ken McDuff
Maintenance Manager
ken.mcduff@girlshaveninc.org

Jackie Shello, B.S.

Jackie Shello, B.S.
Nutrition Manager
jackie.shello@girlshaveninc.org

Board of Directors

JOHN CERAVOLO
President

RICHARD MALONE
Officer at Large

KATHERINE RAMSEY
Director

CLAY THOMAS
Executive Director

MARGUERITTE HUMPHREY
Vice President

LANELL WILSON
Secretary

MATTHEW GILBY
Director

CARY COFFIN
Treasurer

MARCELO MOLFINO
Director

ROZANNE BLOUNT
Director

Ehrhart Charter School​


Ehrhart Charter School

Ehrhart’s Vision Statement

The Ehrhart School will be a safe, drug-free, nurturing environment that supports the educational success as well as the emotional and physical development of all students. The curriculum will be rigorous, engaging, and standard-based. Staff will be qualified instructors who are attentive to the educational, cultural, and physical needs of students. Parents will be positive, supporting members of the school and community. Students will be respectful, self-disciplined, productive citizens who think critically, make informed decisions, and act ethically. Click here to visit the Ehrhart School Website.

Ehrhart’s Administration

Mike Sims, Superintendent

Corina Long, Principal

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