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Hope Grows Here

2024 Giving Campaign

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Will You Partner with Jeremiah's Promise?

Jeremiah's Promise has bridged the gap between healthcare and education for those with neurological and behavioral challenges. We have purchased the Interpersonal Whole Brain Model of Care™ (IWBMC™), a model that harnesses the extraordinary ability of the brain to heal and develop new capacities at any age. This healing and development can occur despite challenges from various causes – autism spectrum disorder, developmental delays, acquired brain injury, genetic syndromes, or neuropsychiatric diagnoses resulting in emotional-behavioral-relational complexities.

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241% increase in autism diagnoses since 2000

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33.4% of children diagnosed with a disability in the local public school system

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0 schools for special needs children, infant through young adults, in the Golden Isles

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30 families on our waitlist with 10 first-year commitments

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What makes the Jeremiah’s Promise approach unique?

  • It's about the whole person, not just a diagnosis.

  • Our unique approach includes 1,321 assessment metrics and a qEEG brain map (Quantitative Electroencephalogram) that measures electrical activity in the form of brain wave patterns.

  • We create individualized plans with brain-based interventions and guidelines for physiological health, including nutrition, sleep, physical activity, and other essential markers of balanced health and wellness.

  • We aim for lasting positive change in emotional, behavioral, and relational health. Our caregivers teach self-regulation for future independence and accommodate a variety of learning styles in a safe environment.

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Collective Goal: $30,000

This directly provides 8,000 instructional hours for students in southeast Georgia in the first year. 

100% of all funds generated will go directly to training our teachers in the IWBMC™ methodology.

Will you contribute to our 2024 Hope Grows Here Campaign with your financial support? 
Track our progress towards our goal!

Contact Us

Tel: (912) 782-0698

Email: info@jeremiahspromisecenter.com

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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