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  • Karen and Nick

    Karen had her son Nick arrested. Now their bond is strong, and Nick is on his way to a bright future.

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  • Robyn

    Lost her children to the state. Now she’s on the path to recovery and a reunited family.

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  • Edward

    Orphaned as a boy, abused by relatives for 12 years. Now he’s found hope, healing and safety.

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  • Annie

    Became rebellious after her father’s death. Now she’s excelling both academically and athletically.

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  • Jacob

    Handed his mom a suicide note in 8th grade. Now he’s in college.

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  • Alyssa

    Bullied so much that she quit going to school. Now she’s graduating with a 4.0 grade point average.

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  • Andy

    Became a street fighter at a young age. Now he’s found a family and future at Boys Town.

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  • Sommer

    Witnessed her father shoot at her mother. Now she serves others.

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  • Josh

    Abandoned by his drug-addicted parents. Now he’s a college graduate.

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  • Isaac

    Committed an unforgettable act of violence. Now he’s a law student.

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  • Lily

    Was dodging bullets at home. Now she’s a certified nursing assistant and medication aide.

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  • Carley

    Lost her mother at a young age. Now she’s found a home and mentor at Boys Town.

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  • Boys Town Journeys

    At Boys Town campuses all across America, kids who have fallen through the cracks of society are being given a second chance, armed with the tools and skills they need to become happy, productive members of society. But it’s a journey, not an instant transformation. And every journey starts at the beginning.

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  • Tony

    Dug through dumpsters to find food. Now he’s a family-teacher at Boys Town helping others.

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​​​​​​​The ​​stories provided about the children and families in our care are real. In some cases, names my be changed and details altered to protect their privacy and therapeutic interests.