The center serves as many as seventy-two boys in its residential treatment program, formerly known as LeRoy Boys' Home. Currently, the center operates a non-public school, foster family agency, mental health outreach and day treatment programs.
The entire facility serves 350 to 400 children annually.
Pictured at right in our photo tour is Julie Stride, 19, the first female student to graduate from the School of Autism at LeRoy Haynes which was founded in 2007.
Also pictured is an unidentified LeRoy Haynes resident as he hooks the big one on the annual half-day sportfishing trip sponsored for the past 10 years by Southern California Edison and its employees.
Lending a hand is Edison volunteer Dalton Cobb, a project manager in transmission and distribution out of the Alhambra substation construction unit.