Bonnie Brae is an extraordinary school, a home and a safe haven for boys and young men in crisis, ages 8-21. They are a fully accredited and nationally recognized Residential Treatment Center, a safe haven for boys to heal, to learn and to grow. Since 1916, when Bonnie Brae was founded by Judge Harry Osborne, they have helped over 9,500 boys at risk. Today they serve nearly 100 boys at their main campus situated on 100 beautiful acres in Bernards Township and 21 young men in their transitional-living homes in New Brunswick, Bound Brook, and Bridgewater. For nearly 100 years, when all other resources have failed, they have been a safe haven for boys-in-crisis.