DAVIS-STUART INC

A Heritage of Serving Youth and Their Families

Lewisburg, WV   |  www.davisstuart.org

Mission

Davis-Stuart, Inc. is a non-profit, residential therapeutic treatment center for adolescents who have been place in the custody of the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources for treatment purposes and commits to its youth the following:
            
To be a safe, loving home where all of God’s children who are hurting can find healing, to help them develop the values and skills to be productive, healthy citizens, to educate and strengthen families through a proactive approach, to advocate for the children and families entrusted to our care on behalf of the church and society, to be a premier resource for the child care professionals, ministers, social workers, and other help givers.

Ruling year info

1945

Executive Director

Mrs. Stephanie Williams

Main address

163 Cottage Dr.

Lewisburg, WV 24901 USA

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EIN

55-0357022

NTEE code info

Children's and Youth Services (P30)

Group Home, Residential Treatment Facility - Mental Health Related (F33)

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Our programs

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Group Home Program

The Group Home program provides young people the opportunity to develop in a community based, family environment. There are four homes with a total capacity of 24 residents.
Referrals are accepted through the West Virginia Department of Health &Human Resources. Program highlights include:
Individualized treatment planning  & supportive counseling
Utilization of House Parent model to providing a more consistent family atmosphere
Supportive environment to help residents adjust to maintaining positive and constructive habits in a community setting
Attendance of local public school or an equivalent
Monthly visits with family provided, if applicable
Participation in many community events and activities such as sports, youth groups, and charitable opportunities

Population(s) Served
Adolescents

Residential treatment focusing on increased coping skills, effective interactions with others, and family reunification and/or independence.DAILY COTTAGE PROGRAM  
 
Apppropriate staff/resident relationships focusedon building trust
 Low resident/staff ratio
 8-10 residents per cottage (44 licensed beds)
Family-style dining
Supervised self-administration of medications
Group supportive counseling
Ansel-Casey Life Skills Assessment
Structured study time
Daily housekeeping and assigned chores
MEDICAL SERVICES   
Monitoring of health and medications by nursingstaff – 1 RN, 1 LPN – on call 24/7
Coordination of specialized care
Weekly on-site medical clinic
Bi-monthly on-site psychiatric clinic
EMPLOYMENT PREPARATION PROGRAM
 
Structured, supervised work program designed to teach responsibility and good work habits
 Subsidized on-the-job training in the community
 Money Management Program
 
THERAPEUTIC RECREATION PROGRAM 
 
Utilization of on-site facilities to include: gymnasium, outdoor heated swimming pool, grass track, volleyball court, horseshoe pit, picnic facilities
 Easy access to nearby rivers and lakes for boating and fishing
 
Close proximity to hiking trails and camping facilities
 Social recreational activities including board games, puzzles, cards, arts and crafts, and holiday festivities

Population(s) Served
Adolescents

Masters' level therapists offer many years of experience in a variety of areas, including:
 
Human growth and development psychopathology

Working with victims of sexual abuse

Experiential therapy techniques and programs

Therapists provide individual and group-style therapy 

Groups include: Anger Management, Substance Awareness, and Sexual Education

4H Equine Program that teaches basic horsemanship skills while enabling residents to explore and evaluate their behavior, learn about choices and consequences, and develop skills for more successful relationship building

Individualized treatment planning
 
Case Managers are on staff to manage each residents care and ensure the provision of active and integrated treatment

When appropriate, Davis-Stuart provides for one home visit per month to support  successful family reunification

On-campus family visitation offered typically the first Sunday of each  Month

Population(s) Served
Adolescents

Serves grades 6-12 Certified teachers offering: English, Science, Special Education, Social Studies, Math & Culinary Arts on a 12 month calendar
 Low student/teacher ratio
 Designed for individual needs
 Five level program with minimum completion time of 10 weeks prior to public school eligibility
 
GED Testing Site
 Transition Specialists in place at local public schools to assist residents in their re-entry to the public school system
Once public school eligible, residents will attend:
 Eastern Greenbrier Middle School
Grades 6-8 Greenbrier East High School
Grades 9-12

Population(s) Served
Adolescents

In accordance with the vision and mission of Davis-Stuart, theSpiritual Life Program offers the following: Weekly chapel services
 Powerful and relevant content for chapel services
 Quality music and audio/visual enhancement
 Provides consistent, quality Bible translations
 Provides quality personal Bible study resource
 Guest missionaries and musicians for chapel services
 Interaction with residents and staff during recreation, meals, etc.
Availability for spiritual counseling.

Opportunities for community service

Population(s) Served
Adolescents

Where we work

Accreditations

Council on Accreditation (COA) [for Children and Family Services] - Accreditation 2007

Financials

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DAVIS-STUART INC

Board of directors
as of 06/05/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Ms. Susan Perry

No Affiliation

Term: 2024 - 2021

Jane Johnson

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Mardi McMillan

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Susan Perry

Jessica Gibson

Frank Jolliffe

Donald Cookman

Kathy Shott

Barbara Hopta

Dr. Anna Pinckney-Straight

Steve Logan

Rodney Weikle

Nancy Martin

James Rowe

Organizational demographics

SOURCE: Self-reported; last updated 11/17/2021

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Leadership

The organization's leader identifies as:

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White/Caucasian/European
Gender identity
Female
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