Residential Program > Education

A positive educational experience for our clients is a primary concern at UMHC Residential Care. Our clients attend the West Shore School District and receive all of the excellent services offered there. All residents of the United Methodist Home for Children are eligible to receive all program benefits and services of the National School Lunch Program and the National School Breakfast Program.  This includes free breakfasts and lunches during the summer, as well.  All program benefits and services are available to all that are in residence at our agency regardless of race, color, sex, age, disability or national origin.  Any complaints of discrimination will be submitted in writing within 180 days of the incident to:
                      USDA Director
                      Office of Civil Rights
                      Room 326-W Whitten Building
                      1400 Independence Avenue, SW
                      Washington, DC 20250-9410
                      OR call:  202-720-5964

Our direct care staff provides daily assistance to each client with homework and school projects. Tutoring is available through the West Shore School District and the Title I Program. The direct care staff checks each client's assignment book every day and a study hour for homework completion is programmed into each unit's daily routine. Additional time for school work is available for clients who need it.



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