Cayman’s House of Hope has thirteen bedrooms with double occupancy. House parents stay awake at night to supervise and oversee the boys. Staff-to-resident ratio during the day is 1:6 and at night is 1:12.
Our faith-based program is unique in that we intentionally integrate the boys into the community as much as possible (school, church, community service). With supervisors, the boys visit the local library and park daily. We constantly provide them with opportunities to act appropriately in the public setting.
Our students are given the opportunity to attend church three times a week and they attend the public school daily (during the school year). They also visit the doctor, therapist, and local stores as needed.
We are unique to most programs as the philosophy is completely different. At many teen programs, they isolate their students from the rest of society, which makes the transition home much more difficult. Our program gives our students a real-life setting, closely monitored by staff and with boundaries.