JAC is committed to engaging with young people, encouraging them to make positive choices
So often we struggle due a lack of the ability to communicate with one another. Learning that skill in a safe environment can lead to radical transformation for the individual but also the whole family. Read more
Here is a sample of some of the positive feedback we have had over the years. The only measure we can claim is the difference others see in the young people we have worked with. If you have a testimony about sending a young person to JAC then we would love to hear from you at [email protected]
'You will know them by their fruit'
- Matthew 7:16
During the COVID-19 outbreak, JAC stayed open to facilitate supporting schools in caring for the children of key workers and the most vulnerable children who needed support to battle the anxiety of the situation.
Wanting to attend is the biggest, and hardest hurdle that some children face.
One of the greatest powers of the animals we have is the way they reflect the emotions of the young people back at them.
Professional feedback regularly identifies the positive impact that sessions at JAC can have. Many children engage here when they don't anywhere else.
So often we struggle due a lack of the ability to communicate with one another. Learning that skill in a safe environment can lead to radical transformation for the individual but also the whole family.
We hope that the child that first comes to JAC is not the child that leaves. We expect to see radical transformation.