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Connecticut Junior Republic
Children today need help for problems that include emotional and behavioral difficulties, learning disabilities and the results of family and community issues. The courts, as well as state agencies serving children and families, local education agencies, and private referral sources turn to CJR for assistance in helping troubled youth and families.
Since its founding in 1904, the Connecticut Junior Republic has helped thousands of young people go on to lead productive and fulfilled lives by providing the care, treatment and educational services necessary for growth and change to occur.
Cable Academic and Vocational Education Center (CAVEC)
Boys_ã_ Intermediate Residential Program (BIRP)
Therapeutic Respite and Assessment Center (TRAC)