Paul Anderson Youth Home Earns Accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
CARF approval underscores the high standards of the Christ-centered youth home.
The CARF report also cited the leadership of the board of directors and the staff as, “committed, creative, and innovative; actively seeking and embracing new ideas, and demonstrating a willingness to develop and enhance the organization’s existing services.”
According to the findings, the young men served by PAYH also reported a high level of satisfaction with the program and the respect they receive in the program.
Founded in 1961 by weightlifting world champion Paul Anderson and his wife, Glenda, the Paul Anderson Youth Home (PAYH) is a Christian residential program and on-campus school for young men between the ages of 16 and 21 struggling with behavioral problems and issues of discipline, anger and depression. PAYH is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). In addition to counseling and character development, PAYH offers an accelerated learning program enabling residents to graduate with a high school diploma and technical certifications. To date, over 1,400 young men have attended the program. The Home is located at 1603 McIntosh St. in Vidalia, GA. To learn more about PAYH, call (912) 537-7237 or visit www.payh.org.