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Friday, March 01, 2024

Social Work is Vital to Beech Brook's Mission

Every March, as we celebrate National Social Work Month, it's an opportunity to highlight the incredible dedication and compassion of social workers nationwide as they provide essential services to children, adults, and families in need. At Beech Brook, this mission resonates deeply as we strive to create thriving communities in... Continue Reading

Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Honoring Joe Burrucker - A Tuskegee Airman and Former Beech Brook Employee

As we celebrate Black History Month, I wanted to take a moment to reflect upon the remarkable contributions of individuals like Joseph Burrucker (1924-2013), a legendary historical figure and former Beech Brook employee. We're lucky that Beech Brook had the privilege of his service, and his legacy should continue to... Continue Reading

Wednesday, February 07, 2024

Social Media and its Impact on our Kids

Last week, social media CEOs were called before the Senate Judiciary Committee to testify about the growing concern regarding the effects of social media on young people’s lives. Senators interrogated CEOs of top social media companies about online child safety in an emotional hearing as they tried to get companies to... Continue Reading

Monday, January 08, 2024

New Home, Same Mission!

Finally, we found our new home! After deciding to exit the residential treatment business in 2016, Beech Brook sold our scenic 65-acre property at 3737 Lander Road in Pepper Pike and recently signed a 10-year lease for space conveniently located at 13201 Granger Road in Garfield Heights. One of the most important... Continue Reading

Friday, December 08, 2023

The Future is Bright for Beech Brook

It's official: Beech Brook has sold our property in Pepper Pike! The papers were signed to finalize the sale of our main campus to Heritage Classical Academy. This marks the end of an eight-year journey. It is a bitter-sweet time for many staff - past and present - and it certainly is... Continue Reading

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