Core Values

We believe that compassionate, high-quality behavioral healthcare services can best be provided by being faithful to our Core Values of respect, justice, compassion, integrity, quality and confidentiality. The Center’s Core Values are based on a Catholic identity that is a vital link to the Catholic heritage established by The Center’s original benefactor, a Catholic businessman who left his estate to “…found, establish, erect, and equip… a Home and School of Arts and Trades for Orphan Boys.”

The Center’s services transcend denominational distinctions, and The Center welcomes all youth in need of its services and all staff willing to be committed to The Center’s Core Values.

Respect
We respect the dignity of all people because we believe human life is sacred and each person has inherent dignity. We provide behavioral healthcare services to the whole person, which includes psychological, physical, intellectual, social, and spiritual dimensions. We respect and promote the dignity and integrity of the family. We respect the dignity and value of our work and demonstrate that respect in fulfilling our responsibilities.

Justice
We respect and promote the rights of our clients, staff, and all with whom we come in contact. We support and promote the right of individuals to participate in decision-making regarding their care. We advocate for the needs of youth suffering from emotional and behavioral difficulties.

Compassion
We believe that effective care occurs in a compassionate, trusting relationship that requires an awareness of another’s suffering combined with the desire to relieve it. We are committed to providing care in safe, supportive, nurturing ways and environments.

Integrity
We believe that all our actions should reflect integrity and honesty. In our dedication to always doing the right thing, our thoughts, feelings and actions must be in concert with these Core Values.

Quality
We are committed to providing high-quality services as a reflection of our belief that human life is sacred and each person has inherent dignity and deserves respect. Quality care is appropriate to clients’ needs and is provided with the least restrictive interventions. Quality care is provided through a thoughtful, comprehensive evaluation and plan of care. Quality care meets or exceeds established internal and external standards. Quality care involves evaluation processes that contribute to continuous improvement.

Confidentiality
We realize that in our work as behavioral healthcare providers, we are entrusted with important and sensitive personal information, and we seek in all our actions to demonstrate, within the dictates of the law, the most profound respect for the confidentiality of that information.

TESTIMONIALS

One families story from crisis to hope. We are your typical American family; happily married parents, four kids, and a dog. In the early weeks of 2016, we found ourselves in a family crisis like none other we had …
Voices of Pride at The Memory Center What a great performance today by the Voices of Pride! Everyone really enjoyed the singing performance by the children.  The BRC children were respectful and helpful to the staff …
Hi Debbie: I hope you are well.  Thank you for following up with me last week.  I just want to let you know how much I appreciate the communication from The Barry Robinson Center.  My son was asking his dad and me …
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I want to thank you all. I have met a few families at the Ronald McDonald House staying there to tour Barry Robinson and I've told them how amazing you all have been and the amazing difference you've all made with my …
Good Morning: I am sitting at the airport in Virginia thinking about the wonderful weekend I spent with my daughter. It was not perfect, and started a bit rocky, but the recovery was quick which enabled us to spend …
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