Bonnie Brae is an extraordinary residential school and a safe place for boys and young men in crisis, ages 8-21. Accredited by the Joint Commission, Bonnie Brae is one of the nation’s preeminent therapeutic learning environments for troubled adolescent boys who have been neglected, abused or abandoned. Since 1916, when Bonnie Brae was founded by Judge Harry Osborne, we have helped more than 10,000 boys at-risk. Today, we serve nearly 100 boys at our main campus in Bernards Township and 21 young men at our transitional living homes in New Brunswick , Bound Brook and Bridgewater. Bonnie Brae’s mission is “empowering youth and families to achieve small victories every day through comprehensive care and education.” For more than 100 years, when all other resources have failed, Bonnie Brae has been a refuge for New Jersey boys and young men.