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Mr. Tim Crumbley


KBW is committed to providing a safe, nurturing and positive environment that prepares youth to return to their community.



  • in the resiliency of our youth.

  • all people can overcome obstacles if given the right life tools.

  • success is possible for everyone, despite their life circumstances.

  • with the necessary educational supports, youth will succeed academically.


KBW Residential Home has the capacity to serve a total of 40 males served at one time along with our co-company Boys to Men. Services provided include: Room, Board, and Watchful oversight, Title One program tutoring, behavior modification, anger management, substance abuse counseling, life skills training, sex education, individual and group counseling, job/employment education, and experienced and caring staff.


Community Partners:


  •   The Departmet of Juvenile Justice

  •   The Department of Public Health

  •   The Department of Family and Children Services

  •   Columbus Psychological Associates, LLP

  •   Muscogee County School District-Titile One

  •   The Department of Education

  •   Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.

  •   Teen Works

  •   Resolution AMC

  •   Dr. Langston Cryer, DDS


Each community partner has committed to supporting this program by providing services to our youth. These services include counseling, community service opportunities, recreational opportunities, medical/dental exams, food and client referrals. Our community partners assist KBW Residential Home to continue the success of our program.


KBW provides educational services through Odesseyware and credit recovery. 


KBW is DATEP (Drug Abuse Treatment and Education Program) Certified through the Department of Comunity Health. 


KBW is a CARF accredited agency in both group home care and counseling.


KBW is an Amerigroup contracted agency to provide CORE/IFI services.

Related Sites: Timothy Crumbley-Founder/Director/CEO Columbus - Georgia indeed, Kenneth B Walker Residential Group Home Inc in Columbus,Georgia, Remembering Kenneth B Walker by Black People, News brief: Georgia deputy kills "Innocent" man in highway drug stop.

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