Read our executive director’s guest column in LNP
We’re grateful to LNP + LancasterOnline for publishing this important opinion piece by our executive director, Chris Runkle. Chris talks about the strategies needed to mitigate the substance use disorder crisis among our youth, and its interconnection to a broader mental health crisis among young people. “Nobody is untouched by this situation, and I believe […]
PGHS earns PACCT Affiliation!
We’re proud to announce that Prospect Grove High School has earned Affiliate status with PACTT, the Pennsylvania Academic, Career and Technical Training Alliance! An initiative of the PA Bureau of Juvenile Justice Services, PACTT aims to improve the services related to academics, vocational education, and career training offered by youth residential treatment programs like ours. […]
Welcome to campus, Lancaster Art Room!
Finding the perfect organization to join us on campus as a new “roommate” was a top priority for executive director Chris Runkle last spring. Manos House, under his leadership, was looking for a mutually beneficial relationship. We had unused space to offer – and keeping up with our dedication to offering alternative learning and experiences […]
Check us out in the Lebanon Daily News!
We are so honored & excited to be the subject of a feature story in the July 29th edition of the Lebanon Daily News! Reporter Daniel Larlham Jr. visited our campus to meet the team — as well as their coach & driver, Chris Long — behind our demolition derby car, which had its second […]
A graduation, a carnival, & Big Bright Bounces!
We hosted an exciting combo celebration a couple weeks ago on campus: Graduation of Prospect Grove High School’s class of Summer ’22 + Carnival Family Night! Clients, their families, and staff came together for a day of fun and new beginnings. After the ceremony to recognize PGHS’ 6 new graduates, kids and adults alike enjoyed […]