Explore Murphy-Harpst’s evolution of services and lasting mission to heal Georgia's most vulnerable children.


Murphy-Harpst’s rich history grew from the legacy of two women, Sarah Murphy and Ethel Harpst, whose vision continues to make a difference in the lives of children today.


The Murphy-Harpst campus is 160 acres of space that removes children from chaotic living situations and provides a place to thrive and heal.


Through a combination of therapies and mentorship, children learn to cope with past trauma and begin to heal.


The care that children receive at Murphy-Harpst results in growth, new experiences, and the writing of many success stories in various forms.