By providing therapeutic residential care, we strive to meet the special needs of residents, ages 12 to 18, in a supervised setting. Our goal is to reunify the young person with his or her family, when possible, or give them the life skills to enter into independence.
October 2019 marked 100 years of serving West Virginia's children and their families. What began as a Presbyterian orphanage has transitioned over the years to a therapeutic residential treatment facility.
To celebrate the lives impacted through our mission, we will be celebrating throughout the coming year. However, we could not celebrate this monumental achievement without dedicated community partners listed below.
Kilcollin Dental - Brown Construction - Gayle Mason, CPA - Judge Roger & Susan Perry - RT Rogers Oil - PostNet
Sweet Springs Valley Water Company - Encova Insurance - Old Stone Presbyterian - Meadows & Wilson Dentistry
-A trusting relationship is foundational in the healing process.
-Child-care and teaching are compassionate.
-Assessment is systemic.
-Crisis situations are opportunities for growth.
-All behaviors are holistic in nature.
Council on Accreditation
WV Treatment Initiative
DS Cafe will be participating in the 2019 Taste Of Our Town event in downtown Lewisburg.
DS Cafe will feature pepperoni rolls, goat cheese cakes with pepper jelly, pecan tarts and pumpkin rolls. Stop by for a treat!
October 16 - 18
Davis Stuart will be exhibiting at the 2019 WV Handle With Care Conference in Charleston, WV.
This conference provides training to those who work in the multi-disciplinary field of child maltreatment.
Davis Stuart serves children and families across every county in West Virginia.