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100 years of serving
For a century, Davis Stuart has had a proud and rich history of serving West Virginia's youth. Founded in 1919, as Davis-Stuart School, Inc., when George Davis and his wife, Mary Estelle Kinports Davis, donated their 574-acre farm near Lewisburg to the Presbyterian Church of West Virginia - a home for orphaned and dependent children was born.
Today, Davis Stuart has the capacity to serve 68 teens through our four treatment locations. Davis Stuart operates as a private, non-profit organization providing services for vulnerable youth, ages 12-18, recovering from abuse, neglect, or behavioral issues.
First four children to call Davis Stuart home.
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