The William George Agency has been helping young people acquire strengths and tools for greater success for more than a hundred years.

Beginning as the George Junior Republic in 1895, its concept of youth self- government inspired other helping institutions in the U.S. and abroad.

Today’s residential programs preserve the Junior Republic’s ideals of general fitness, social development and well-roundedness, in which responsibility is treated more as an opportunity than a burden—while providing more focused clinical oversight and treatment, and a strong educational emphasis.

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