Tara Hall, which accepts neglected, troubled and abused boys, is an effective, Christ-centered, long-term residential school that develops moral, social, educational and life skills, thus building responsible contributing adults, while providing services to their families.
Tara Hall Home for Boys has always been committed to offering young men a new vision for their future. Replacing pity and pain with prowess and potential, we support each boy as he learns to be the “king” of his own life.
An Accreditation Achievement
Tara Hall Home for Boys received notification in November 2015 that they have been awarded re-accreditation from the Council on Accreditation. This is the third consecutive 4-year certification for Tara Hall. COA Accreditation is an outstanding achievement that recognizes a commitment to the highest performance standards and quality service. Nonprofits with this status are going above and beyond in serving their communities, and stakeholders can be confident in their investment and affiliation with the organization.
The Council on Accreditation is “an international, independent, nonprofit, human service accrediting organization.” It was founded in 1977 in order to promote “excellence in the delivery of human services globally, resulting in the well-being of individuals, families, and communities.”
The standards set by the COA are high. This certification came through hard work, commitment to these standards and the community, and a daily effort to make an impact through performance on every level.