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Residential Directory

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Gateway Family & Child Services
A therapeutic treatment center and school for adolescents ages 12 through 18, Gateway offers a refuge and rebuilding time for children with severe emotional problems.
Glenwood, Inc
Glenwood provides treatment and education services in a least restrictive setting, through a continuum of care, with the highest respect for clients and families served.

Laurel Oaks Behavioral Health Center
106 capacity licensed residential facility with a psychiatric stabilization program component.


Arizona’s Children’s Association
Arizona’s Children Association, Arizona’s largest non-profit child welfare and behavioral health organization, is dedicated to protecting children and preserving families.
La Paloma Family Services
La Paloma Family Services is an accredited and licensed residential care agency that provides a continuum of care to help youngsters 12 to 18, and their families, during difficult times.

West Valley Child Crisis Center, Inc.
Provides temporary shelter and supervision for children who are victims of, or at risk of, abuse, neglect or abandonment, in a safe, nurturing, home-like environment staffed by quality care providers and to interact with the community to increase awareness of, and work to prevent, the cycle of child abuse.


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Aldea, Inc.
Aldea Children and Family Services is committed to healing children and special needs adults struggling with abuse, neglect, emotional problems or developmental disabilities. We provide a variety of treatment settings from outpatient therapy to day and residential treatment.
AVIVA Family and Children’s Services
Aviva is a non-profit mental health and social service agency providing residential treatment, foster home placement, special education and out-patient mental health services to abused, neglected and emotionally disturbed children, adolescents and families.

Bienvenidos Children Center
Here, children find safe shelter, parents find compassionate and comprehensive support, and families find new strength.

C.A.R.E. Inc.
Group homes for abused, abandoned and neglected adolescents – specializing in drug and alcohol treatment programs.

Casa Pacifica
Casa Pacifica provides temporary shelter for children removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect or abandonment.

Childnet.Net Youth and Family Services
Provides residential treatment for abused, neglected, abandoned and delinquent boys (age 11-17) who are referred by the courts, County Child Protective Services and probation departments.

Children’s Home of Stockton
The Children’s Home of Stockton provides 24 hour residential care and treatment to over 150 severely emotionally disturbed children and adolescents per year.

Children’s Institute International
Children’s Institute International (CII) is a private, non-profit organization specializing in the treatment and prevention of child abuse and neglect.

Crittenton Services
Crittenton has served children and adolescents since 1966. The Harbor Campus in Fullerton, California provides a variety of treatment services for up to 40 boys and girls that include: early substance abuse prevention; sexual abuse treatment; anger management and assertion skills programs; and a variety of recreation options including extensive use of expressive therapies.

EMQ Children & Family Services
EMQ’s residential programs are highly structured, 24-hour-a-day treatment programs that provide a nurturing place for children to live in a neighborhood setting.

Ettie Lee Youth & Family Services
Ettie Lee’s original concept – provide abused, abandoned, neglected and troubled youth with loving, happy homes – lives on today through a network of nine residential care facilities located in the Southern California communities of Azusa, Baldwin Park, Bloomington, Fontana, North Hollywood, Redlands, Santa Ana, and San Jacinto.

Excell Center
These boys, aged 10 to 17, whose behavior prevents them from living at home or even with a traditional foster family, are placed at Excell by County Agencies and Juvenile Probation Departments from throughout California.

Family Solutions
Family Solutions also operates thirteen group homes for at risk children.

Five Acres
Five Acres’ mission is to help children become caring and productive adults by building on their strengths and those of their families and communities

Florence Crittenton Center
Crittenton Center specializes in caring for pregnant and parenting teens. These young mothers, aged 12 through 18, are dependents or wards of the juvenile court and are placed here through the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services and/or the Probation Department.

Hathaway Children & Family Services
Hathaway’s Residential Program serves 98 boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 18 from Los Angeles County on a beautiful, pastoral 300 acre campus in the Angeles National Forest.

Hillsides is a residential treatment group home for abused, neglected, abandoned and mentally ill children that provides special education and counseling. This nonprofit in Southern California creates safe places, treats child abuse, offers mental health, helps families in crisis and advocates for children.

Hollygrove Children & Family Services
Hollygrove’s variety of programs is designed to address all of a child’s needs: emotional, intellectual, physical and spiritual.

Our cottages offer safe haven to approximately 70 children, ages six to 18. Our team of social workers and residential counselors are available around-the-clock to supervise and care for kids.

Leroy Haynes Center
For over 50 years, LeRoy Haynes Center has been serving Los Angeles County with Residential Treatment, Foster Family Agency, Non Public School, Mental Health Services and Day Treatment programs.

Lincoln Child Center
Lincoln Child Center offers a comprehensive network of individualized but integrated therapy, counseling, and educational programs that work together on various levels for the benefit of children and their families.

McKinley Children’s Center
Annually, McKinley provides residential treatment for over 200 children. As many as 88 live on the San Dimas campus, where cottage homes, nature wooded grounds and vast greenbelts of grass support the healing process.

New Haven Youth & Family Services
We are a multi-service nonprofit agency offering residential treatment, nonpublic school education and foster family services.

Oak Grove Institute
Oak Grove Institiute offers a 24-hour therapeutic program for boys and girls ages 9-18 who require long-term care.

Optimist Youth Homes and Family Services
Optimist Youth Homes and Family Services mission is to provide culturally sensitive comprehensive treatment, specialized education, and support services to abused, neglected, or at-risk children and youth and their families to establish stability within families and communities.

Optimist Youth Homes
The main campus houses up to 100 boys who reside in one of five dorms or 3 independent living units.

Remi Vista
Remi Vista is a private, non-profit corporation licensed by the California Department of Social Services for group and foster home care.

Seneca Center
Seneca Center for Children and Families was founded in 1985 to provide exceptional residential and day treatment services for children and adolescents with emotional, behavioral, and learning difficulties.

St. Anne’s
St. Anne’s Residential Care Program provides shelter and services for pregnant and parenting teens and their babies, and for girls who are neither pregnant nor parenting but are at-risk of becoming so.

Stanford Home for Children
Stanford Home provides residential treatment for troubled teens at four community-based homes in the Sacramento community.

Stars Behavioral Health Group
Stars Behavioral Health Group is an organization of clinically attuned managers and consultants with expertise in planning, developing, implementing, integrating, and operating a wide range of behavioral health treatment and rehabilitation programs.

Summitview is a private, non-profit organization licensed by the State of California to provide therapeutic residential and special education services for latency age and adolescent girls.

Sunny Hills Children’s Garden
Sunny Hills Children’s Garden’s children are between infancy and 18 years old. They come to us as a result of neglect, physical and sexual abuse, or emotional disturbance

The Sycamores
Since 1902, The Sycamores has been helping children and families to help themselves.

True to Life Children’s Services
True to Life Children’s Services is a private, non-profit, nonsectarian organization dedicated to providing shelter, education, guidance, emotional healing and support to children. Special needs children are referred to True to Life Children’s Services from county social service agencies throughout California.

Unity Care Group
Unity Care services benefit the Santa Clara, San Mateo, Monterey and Santa Cruz counties and their extended San Francisco Bay Area communities. We focus on each child as an individual, and offer a full range of services that empower young people and provide the security and support they need to flourish in society.

Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services
Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services is dedicated to the well-being and care of children and families in Southern California who suffer the emotional, physical, psychological and social consequences of abuse, neglect and abandonment.


Colorado Boys Ranch
Colorado Boys Ranch is a national residential treatment center located in La Junta, Colorado. The Ranch provides mental health services, including counseling and animal assisted therapy, to at-risk, teenage boys. CBR also offers accredited academic, vocational, and special education to these troubled, adolescent youth.
Colorado Christian Home Tennyson Center
NBA Colorado Christian Home Tennyson Center for Children & Families is a community of people dedicated to eliminating child abuse and neglect, serving and strengthening children and families.

Emily Griffith Center
Providing troubled children and families opportunities to become healthy and productive members of society since 1927.

Forest Heights Lodge
Non-profit residential treatment center for emotionally disturbed boys located in Evergreen, Colorado. The residential program, which includes an on-ground school, admits boys between five and fourteen years of age, and enables students to return to a less restrictive environment generally within 18 to 24 months.


Boys & Girls Village Youth & Family Services, Inc.
This is a short-term therapeutic sub-acute program designed to be the bridge back to the home and community, or to long-term residential treatment, from the hospital for a child.
Child and Family Agency of Southeastern Connecticut
The Child & Family Agency of Southeastern Connecticut assists children and families-at-risk. Our programs deal with child abuse, family violence, teen pregnancy, children’s health care, child care, parent education, and child guidance and family preservation.

Community Solutions Inc.
CSI’s goal is to provide a safe, nurturing environment for each child, and to develop their life skills, academic performance, and sense of self.

Connecticut Junior Republic
The Connecticut Junior Republic is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to helping troubled youths become productive members of their communities.

Klingberg Family Center
Klingberg Family Centers offers an array of programs designed to help children and families whose lives have been affected by abuse in its various forms, severe family problems, abandonment issues, and emotional/behavioral difficulties.

Lake Grove Schools & Treatment Centers
For over 60 years, Lake Grove Schools & Treatment Centers have done “whatever it takes” SM to help children and adults with learning and behavioral disabilities lead more fulfilling and productive lives.

Noank Baptist Group Homes,Inc.
The Mission of the Noank Baptist Group Homes is to provide adolescent girls, who have been removed from their own homes, with services intended to meet their educational, health, psychological, residential, social, spiritual, and vocational needs.

Polaris Center
The Polaris Program is a comprehensive day school and residential treatment program for children, adolescents, and their families.

The Children’s Home
The Childrens Home, located in Cromwell, CT, has been helping children in need since 1900. Currently, we serve over 100 abused, neglected, and troubled youngsters in our residential treatment center and special education school.

The Children’s Center of Hamden Inc.
The Children’s Center of Hamden, Inc. is a private nonprofit multi-service agency dedicated to providing a safe and nurturing environment for children in treatment for behavioral, emotional and/or learning disabilities.

The Learning Clinic
TLC provides residential care when needed and offers every child guidance and nurturance in a home like setting.

Waterford Country School
Waterford Country School is a private, non-profit, human services agency located on a beautiful 350 acre campus in rural Southeastern Connecticut. The agency serves children with special needs, and their families, from throughout the state, offering a wide range of programs: Residential Treatment, Special Education, Experiential Education, Treatment Foster Care & Apoption, Emnergency Shelter, and Safe Homes.


Catholic Charities
Catholic Charities operates Seton Villa, Siena Hall and Children’s Home, three group homes which provide 24-hour care to children and youth with histories of serious abuse, neglect, dependency, and emotional problems.
Children and Families First
Seaford House is a residential and day treatment program in Seaford for adolescents, ages 12-17, who are diagnosed with emotional problems. Youth are referred by the Delaware Division of Child Mental Health.


Alternate Family Care
Provider of therapeutic foster care and mental health treatment and services for emotionally and behaviorally disturbed children and teens.
Daniels’ 10-acre campus provides a professionally managed treatment program for children who have serious problems at home, in school, in the community or with their peer group.

Eckerd Youth Alternatives
The programs include individualized treatment plans that combine experiential and formal education, vocational training, community service, mental health services, family counseling, intensive group work and reality therapy.

Florida Baptist Children’s Homes
Florida Baptist Children’s Homes is a faith-based, nonprofit organization that provides safe, stable, Christian homes for boys and girls who have been neglected, misdirected, abandoned, abused, or caught up in family turmoil.

Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches
In 1957, a small group of Florida Sheriffs saw the need for a residential care facility for troubled boys. With a little bit of cash and a big dream, they pooled their wisdom and efforts and watched their dream become a reality. Within a short period of time, they were helping many young boys turn their lives around to become productive and responsible adults.

Florida United Methodist Children’s Home
Waller-Jeter Cottage is one of eleven cottages on our campus serving the young people at the Children’s Home.

Joshua House
Children receive support, care, affirmation, counseling and preparation for independent living or adoption while residing in a Children’s Home Society of Florida facility.

Jacksonville Youth Sanctuary
The goal of the service is to provide a therapeutic milieu in which to establish a corrective environment that involves all the staff and other adults in the youth’s life.

Kristi House
Kristi House provides a healing environment for child victims of sexual abuse and their families through community collaboration and system coordination.

The CHARLEE Program
CHARLEE Family Care group homes were developed in order to provide quality long-term therapeutic foster care for adjudicated dependent children between the ages of ten and seventeen.

The Children’s Home, Inc.
We envision a community where all children are safe and free to pursue a happy childhood in caring and loving families.

The Twelve Inc.
This program service provides an environment for youth with serious behavior and emotional problems to identify and address issues that required removal from the family setting.

Turtle Nest Village
Turtle Nest Village is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of young people who have aged out of the foster care system (meaning, they turned 18), or who otherwise are experiencing homelessness or hardship.


Eckerd Youth Alternatives
The programs include individualized treatment plans that combine experiential and formal education, vocational training, community service, mental health services, family counseling, intensive group work and reality therapy.
Rainbow House
Rainbow House Emergency Shelter for Children has sheltered and emotionally supported nearly 4,000 child victims of abuse.

The Georgia Youth Advocate Program
Youth appropriate for this level of treatment are in need of 24-hour care and supervision due to significant physical, social, emotional and behavioral problems.

The Methodist Children’s Home
Since 1872, The Methodist Home has provided a residential program for children who are dependent, neglected and abused.

Twin Cedars Youth Services, Inc.
Twin Cedars Youth Services, Inc specializes in residential treatment services for boys and girls who have suffered from sexual abuse, trauma, severe emotional disturbances and those exhibiting sexually aggressive behaviors.


Child & Family Service
The program philosophy is to expect, challenge, and empower our youth to identify and develop their own strengths and resources so they have a better opportunity to make a successful transition into adulthood.
Hale Kipa
One co-ed group home in Manoa and one female group home in Ewa, ranging from ages twelve to seventeen. Both facilities serve youth needing group environment and structure.

Hale Opio Kaua i, Inc
Residential treatment services are provided for males and females, ages 11 to 18 in one of two homes located on the island.


Idaho Youth Ranch
Residential treatment, group homes, day treatment, intensive in-home family counseling, adoptions and more provided by this famous licensed, accredited, non-profit.

Allendale Association
The Allendale Association is a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to excellence and innovation in the care, education, treatment and advocacy for troubled children, youth and their families.
Chaddock’s mission is to empower children and families to become self-reliant, contributing members of their communities by providing quality programs and services in caring settings.

Children’s Place Association
The Children’s Place created the only facility in the Chicago area which combined residential care and medical treatment services for infected children, healthy children of infected parents and children at risk due to parental substance abuse.

ChildServ’s three group homes in DuPage County provide long and short term care for teens, ages 12 to 18. The setting provides a safe, home-like environment in which residents can explore the emotional, behavioral, and/or family problems that brought them into our care.

Kemmerer Village
Founded in 1914 by Philip B. & Sarah Kemmerer, Kemmerer Village has evolved from an orphanage to one of Illinois leading childcare agencies. From our inception, the mission of Kemmerer Village has been to provide love, protection, and education to children.

Lawrence Hall Youth Services
Lawrence Hall residential treatment centers diagnostic units, group homes and campus-based residences treat children with behavioral, emotional, and life skills development needs.

Lydia Home Association
Lydia’s Residential Care Program provides a structured, therapeutic environment for 40 children and adolescents who are unable to live in a home setting due to the severity of their problems.

Mercy Home for Boys & Girls
For 115 years, Mercy Home for Boys and Girls has cared for Chicagoland’s hurting youth. Over 20,000 abandoned, neglected and abused children have found a safe haven at Mercy Home. It is a place where insufferable lives, filled with hurt and pain, are transformed to those filled with hope and promise.

Shelter, Inc.
Helping and protecting children who are abused, neglected, dependent or in need of supervision.

The Larkin Center
The Larkin Center has seven group homes for severely abused and neglected children.

Uhlich Children’s Advantage Network
Residential Treatment Programs provide services for up to 65 emotionally troubled boys and girls ranging in age from 6-18. This program strives to modify inappropriate behavior and reinforce acceptable social conduct through: individual and group therapy, support groups, counseling, leadership initiatives, social skills training, and optional pastoral counseling and ecumenical religious services.


Christian Haven, Inc.
An independent, not-for-profit agency which provides a variety of residential, day treatment, and community-based outreach services for youth and families who have experienced significant problems in their lives.
Damar Services, Inc.
Damars mission is to provide residential, educational and support services for children and adults with developmental disabilities that promote their fullest individual achievement while preparing them to live independently as possible in their chosen communities.

Gibault, Inc.
Residential treatment for children and adolescents.

Indiana Developmental Training Center
IDTC is an educational and residential treatment center that specializes in services for children and young adults with dually diagnosed developmental disabilities and emotional disorders. There are two campuses in Indiana – one in Indianapolis and on in Lafayette. Day School Services are available at both campuses.

Intensive Treatment Programs, Ltd.
The Cornerstone Program at Christian Haven, a non-profit Title IV-E approved secure residential treatment facility in Wheatfield, Indiana, is a unique resource for adolescent males and females (ages 12-18) with an emphasis on spiritual growth and vocational training.

Midwest Center
The Midwest Center is a 58 bed locked, short-term residential facility offering behavioral health and chemical dependency services for youth ages 10-20.

The Villages
The Villages champions every child’s right to a safe, permanent and nurturing home. We are committed to strengthening all families and to embracing the dignity and diversity of every child, youth and family.


Bremwood’s comprehensive residential treatment center is committed to rehabilitating young lives using a team approach emphasizing individual, group and family therapy, work experience, spiritual growth, and a variety of educational opportunities.
Children and Families of Iowa
Behavioral issues can take over the lives of teens and rob them of their futures. Our Adolescent Residential Treatment Programs can help put these kids back on track.

Crittenton Center for Shelter and Youth Development
A short-term home for youth ages birth through 17 at the Center for Shelter and Youth Development.

Francis Lauer Youth Services
The Residential Treatment Program is a group foster care facility licensed by the State of Iowa as an enhanced treatment facility.

Nexus: A Family of Treatment Programs
A family of treatment programs for juvenile sex offenders and severely emotionally and behaviorally disturbed youth.

Youth, ages 11 through 17, reside on one of Quakerdale’s four campuses, in a cottage environment for 10 to 12 youth. In most cases the children come with chronic mental health and/or delinquency problems. Abuse issues, such as sexual, physical, emotional or substance abuse, sometimes compound these problems.

Tanager Place
Tanager Place Treatment Center is accredited and licensed as a Psychiatric Medical Institution for Children (PMIC); providing inpatient services to children and adolescents ranging in age from five to seventeen.

Youth & Shelter Services, Inc
Youth & Shelter Services, Inc. is a non-profit organization which exists to provide community youth development, prevention, education, treatment, and residential services to children, youth, and families.


Liberty Juvenile Services and Treatment
Clients of Liberty are children, boys and girls, between the ages of 11 and 18. Liberty is located on 7 1/2 acres in scenic downtown Wichita, amid botanical gardens, cultural centers, peaceful neighborhoods, and golf centers, all on the east bank of the Arkansas River.
United Methodist Youthville is one of the largest not-for-profit, child and family care agencies in the state of Kansas. It all began in 1927 as the Kansas Methodist Home for Children, founded to serve orphaned, homeless and underprivileged children from across the state. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for vulnerable children, their families, and their communities.


Bellewood Presbyterian Homes for Children is a non-profit agency that serves at risk and abused children in Kentucky.
Boys Haven
Our Residential Treatment Program cares for abused, abandoned and neglected boys, ages twelve (12) to eighteen (18), many of whom come to us after numerous unsuccessful placements in foster homes or other facilities.

Buckhorn Children’s Foundation
Typically, the Buckhorn campuses serve the needs of the most severely abused and neglected children throughout Kentucky and Ohio.

Diocesan Catholic Children’s Home
Diocesan Catholic Children’s home offers long-term treatment for emotionally and behaviorally disturbed children in a small group living arrangements. We provide care for boys and girls, ages 5-13.

Home of the Innocents
The Home of the Innocents, reaches out and advocates for children, youth and their families, by providing care and shelter during periods of critical times.

Kentucky United Methodist Homes for Children and Youth
The Kentucky United Methodist Homes is a Christ-centered ministry striving to meet the emotional, educational, physical, and spiritual needs of at risk youth.

Believing the worth of children and strength of families are cornerstones for a better world, Maryhurst is dedicated to providing care and commitment, strength and support, healing and hope to children and families in great need.

Ramey-Estep Homes Inc.
Our treatment program began in 1989 and serves approximately 140 youth. This is a comprehensive program based on a treatment modality called Positive Peer Culture.

St. Joseph’s Catholic Orphan Society
To provide an environment in which children can grow, and to deliver quality services to families in crisis.

The Children’s Home
Our Residential Treatment Program provides individualized therapeutic treatment in a caring environment to 30 abused, neglected and troubled boys ages 9 to 17 who cannot remain with their families in a neglectful or harmful situation.


Acadiana Youth, Inc.
Acadiana Youth, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization that houses abused and neglected children who have been removed from their homes.
Hope Haven Center
Hope Haven Center is a psychiatric residential treatment facility for children and adolescents ages 5 – 18 who have mild to serious behavioral, educational, emotional, and/or family problems.


Care Development
Care Development key areas of service are treatment and non-treatment foster care, reunification, kinship care, adoption, and independent living.
Community Health and Counseling Services
Children’s Services at CHCS are community-based residential and outpatient programs serving children and their families in need of intensive help with emotional and behavioral challenges.

Foster Family Connection
The Foster Family Connection at Park Place was designed for children requiring transitional living. Children qualify for care at FFC as long as they are in the custody of the State Of Maine Department of Human Services.

Good Will-Hinckley: Homes for Boys & Girls
Good Will-Hinckley: Homes for Boys & Girls; 2,400 acres with twenty cottage-style homes, operate a junior high and high school, provide for recreational activities and attend to the physical, industrial, moral and spiritual development of youth put in our care.

Rumford Group Homes, Inc.
It is the mission of Rumford Group Homes, Inc. to develop and administer programs to enhance the quality of life for children, youth, and families through a quality, comprehensive continuum of care in the fields of social services, education, corrections, mental health, and housing.

Spurwink School
The Spurwink School provides comprehensive therapeutic Residential Services for children and adolescents with behavioral and emotional needs.

Weymouth House Inc.
Providing a safe and stable family environment for young people… helping them to reconstruct their lives and to learn skills that allow them to look forward to a rewarding future.

Youth Alternatives, Inc.
YA offers a comprehensive continuum of services designed to create opportunities and transform the lives of Maine’s kids and families.


Board of Child Care
In this program, children have structured academic, behavioral, clinical, spiritual and recreational services provided to them. The average stay in the program is between one year and 18 months and the children are between the ages of 9 and 17. The goal is to return the child to their home or locate a more permanent place for future growth.
San Mar Children’s Home
Providing structure, nurturance, and opportunity for youth of today to become productive members of society tomorrow with special attention to programs for adolescent girls.

The National Center for Children and Families
The Greentree Adolescent Program (GAP) serves adolescents from all over the State of Maryland with long-standing family problems and histories of abuse and/or neglect.


Cambridge Family & Children’s Service
This program provides transitional housing and related services to adolescent, ages 16-20, that are in DSS care but are “aging out.”
Center for Human Development
provides residential, respite, home-based treatment and therapeutic after-school services to young people from 6 – 19 years old living in the Holyoke/Chicopee area.

Children’s Friend
Children’s Friend, Inc. was established in 1849 by a group of concerned Worcester citizens to provide a “safe home” for the city’s most vulnerable individuals-orphaned, abandoned and neglected children.

Devereux Massachusetts Residential Treatment Program, Special Needs School, and Therapeutic Foster Care Program provides quality treatment for children and adolescents with special emotional and behavioral needs.

Germaine Lawrence
The mission of Germaine Lawrence is to provide adolescent girls the highest quality residential treatment services with the goal of strengthening their relationships with their families and preparing them for productive, independent lives.

Harbor Schools and Family Services
Harbor’s eight residential treatment locations provide intensive treatment, therapy by mental health professionals and a supportive and caring environment to help the most troubled adolescents move back to their family or less restrictive programs.

Italian Home for Children
The Italian Home for Children offers short- and long-term residential services for children between the ages of four and thirteen.

Justice Resource Institute
The Merrimack Center, a 15-bed JCAHO and COA accredited, Department of Mental Health licensed treatment residence, was established as part of an important state wide, interagency initiative to provide services for children who have been “stuck” in hospital settings because of lack of appropriate, specialized residential services.

Key Program
In Key’s group homes, care is provided in a community residential setting in a male, female, or coed environment for a 3-month to 18-month period.

LUK is a not-for-profit social service agency located in central Massachusetts dedicated to improving the lives of youth and their families.

The programs provide care to clients, male and female ranging in age from 3 to 22 who present varying degrees of trauma, behavioral disturbances, psychiatric disturbance, family dysfunction, failed placements, as well as deficits in self-care, community awareness, and interpersonal skills.

Robert F. Kennedy Action Corps, Inc.
To improve the lives of children and families and to make a lasting contribution to society.

Saint Vincent’s
Saint Vincent’s is the largest residential treatment and special education center in Southeastern Massachusetts for young people ranging in age from five to 22.

Stetson School
A treatment facility for adolescent sex offenders.

This staff secure program is designed to provide an extremely safe, highly structured milieu for difficult to manage and often hard to serve adolescents.

The Bridge of Central Massachusetts
The Bridge of Central Massachusetts� serves children and adolescents with serious emotional, behavioral, and family problems, as well as adults with mental health, developmental disability, and substance abuse challenges.

The Children’s Study Home
The Children’s Study Home has six residential facilities throughout Massachusetts. Whenever possible, the focus of our residential programs are family preservation and unification. Resident’s educational, emotional and behavioral needs are addressed during their stay.

The Home for Little Wanderers
The Home For Little Wanderers is a nonprofit child welfare agency, serving children at risk and their families through prevention, early intervention, system reform, adoption, foster care, family support, residential and special education programs.

The Judge Rotenberg Educational Center
The Judge Rotenberg Educational Center operates day and residential programs for children and adults with behavior problems, including conduct disorders,emotional problems, brain injury or psychosis, autism and developmental disabilities.

Tri-County Youth Programs, Inc.
Tri-County Youth Programs, Inc. offers long term, intensive residential treatment in a community setting that seeks to stabilize clients so that they can be placed in less restrictive settings.

Wayside Youth & Family Support Network
Wayside Youth & Family Support Network is a non-profit, nationally accredited human service agency providing individual and family counseling, youth residential programs, and prevention education to children, youth, and families throughout Eastern and Central Massachusetts.

Y.O.U., Inc.
Y.O.U., Inc. provides a wide range of social, psychological, educational, vocational, and other preventive and rehabilitation programs for troubled and at-risk children, adolescents and families.


Boys and Girls Republic
Boys and Girls Republic’s program is designed for young people ages 12 to 18 who are delinquent, have suffered abuse/neglect or have serious emotional problems.
Highfields Youth Opportunity Camp
Highfields Youth Opportunity Camp in MI is a licensed, accredited residential care placement for male adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17, who pose such risks to self or others that they need to be in a structured setting to focus and socialize their behavior.

Holy Cross Children’s Services
Reuniting a child with his or her family and helping the family maintain stability are the main objectives at the agency.

Judson Center
The Residential Care program provides a therapeutic community for children ages 9 through 17, whose emotional needs have not been met through family-based counseling.

Lutheran Child and Family Service
LCFS of Michigan offers three therapeutic residential facilities for children 11 through 17 who need a structured living environment. Licensed professionals provide the services these at-risk youth need, in the loving, nurturing, stable environment necessary to encourage change.

Spectrum Human Services, Inc.
Youth Residential Services, consisting of five group homes for females ages 12-17 who have been abused or have specific behavioral and emotional problems.

St. Vincent Home
The Long Term Residential Treatment program serves youth ages 10 through 16 that need long-term placement (usually one year). An on-grounds educational program is provided for children unable to attend public school. Individual, group, and family therapy are also available.

Wedgwood Christian Services
Wedgwood Christian Services extends God’s love to children, adults, and families through professional services that promote healing and wholeness.


Episcopal Community Services
ECS residential youth services provides a safe place for youth healing from emotional and behavioral problems and/or chemical dependency.

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Annie Malone Children and Family Service Center
In addition to residential treatment, we provide early childhood education, parenting classes, crisis intervention, psychiatric counseling, adoption support, and much, much more.
Boys & Girls Town of Missouri
Residential adolescent psychiatric treatment facility serving children ages six to 17.

Butterfield Youth Services
The mission of Butterfield Youth Services is to provide high quality out-of-home care and treatment for Severely Emotionally Disturbed (SED) children and adolescents, and to provide or coordinate through networking with others a range of in-home services for SED children and adolescents who are at risk of removal from their homes.

Edgewood Children’s Center
Edgewoods Children’s Center is dedicated to the treatment, education and physical care of severely disturbed children and their families and to intensive prevention efforts in the community.

Epworth Children & Family Services
Epworth’s Residential Treatment Center (RTC) is a place of healing and hope that has been helping kids since 1864. Families are strengthened through a variety of therapeutic and educational services that underscore Epworth’s unconditional commitment to kids and families.

Evangelical Children’s Home
Most of the children at Evangelical Children’s Home are served through Residential Treatment on our St. Louis campus. Each of our five cottages houses 10 children. There are three types of services offered through the residential treatment program.

Good Samaritan Boys Ranch
Good Samaritan Boys Ranch is a primary long-term treatment facility for boys with complex psychological and social disorders.

Missouri Baptist Children’s Home
MBCH Children and Family Ministries is a non-profit, tax-exempt affiliate of Missouri Baptist Children’s Home that provides programs and services for children, youth and families.

Niles Home For Children
Niles Home for Chiildren is a mental health and residential treatment facility located in Kansas City, Missouri.

Our Little Haven
Through children’s residential treatment and family services we make the hurting stop, the healing begin and the love last—one child—one family at a time.

Ozanam Home for Boys
Ozanam is a nonprofit, Kansas City-based treatment center for children with behavioral and emotional problems and learning disabilities.

Presbyterian Children’s Services
Helping families work through problems together, and understand each other better, gives each member a chance for a happier, more successful life.

St. Vincent Home for Children
Our Mission is to provide love, security and professional treatment for troubled children and their families through a fully integrated program of services.

The Children s Home Society of Missouri
Children’s Home Society of Missouri offers Residential Services for children from birth to age 21, who have significant, multiple developmental disabilities.


Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch
Residential treatment services for at risk youth and their families.

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New Hampshire

Eckerd Youth Alternatives
The programs include individualized treatment plans that combine experiential and formal education, vocational training, community service, mental health services, family counseling, intensive group work and reality therapy.
Odyssey House
Odyssey House’s mission is to rebuild the lives of troubled and troubling young people and families by creating environments that foster healing, learning and growth leading to constructive participation in society.

New Jersey

Robins’ Nest
Robins’ Nest was founded in 1968 to address the needs of abused and neglected adolescent girls.
The Children’s Home Network
A Nonprofit Organization Providing Special Education and Residential Services Helping Children and their Families.

New Mexico

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New York

Abbott House
Abbott House is a Social Service agency serving youth and families in the Metropolitan and Hudson Valley regions of New York State.
Andrus Children’s Center
Andrus’ three campus-based treatment programs and award-winning Orchard School help children overwhelmed by psychiatric illness, behavioral issues or trauma to feel protected and valued, while enabling them to develop more effective skills, attitudes and responses.

Baker Victory Services
Our facilities operate around-the-clock and provide a specialized and extended therapeutic environment for males and females, ages 12 to 21, whose treatment needs are so great that they must be placed outside of the home.

Berkshire Farm
Known for its outstanding residential treatment program for young men, Berkshire Farm is also a pioneer in responding to local needs and helping to create stronger communities around New York State with community and school-based programs for both boys and girls.

Cayuga Home for Children
Cayuga Home for Children’s residential programs serve children ages 12 to 18, from throughout central New York, who are in the family court system.

Child & Family Services
Child & Family Services Conners Children’s Center provides high quality residential care and treatment for emotionally disturbed children. Our broad range of services reaches children of many ages and levels of need, providing the environment and intervention necessary to promote improved behavior and interaction.

Elmcrest Children’s Center
Serves boys and girls (ages 8-16) with behavioral or emotional problems who require out of home placement.

Family and Children’s Association
We protect and nurture abused and neglected babies and children.

Good Shepherd Services
Good Shepherd Services is a social service and youth development agency serving vulnerable New York City children and families through a network of community-based programs in South Brooklyn as well as city-wide residential and foster care services.

Green Chimneys Children’s Services, Inc.
Green Chimneys, a pioneer in the field of animal-assisted therapy, serves at-risk youth on its 160 acre farm campus.

Children and teens with severe emotional or behavioral problems benefit from a period of treatment at one of our fully-supervised residential campuses

Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services
A 40-bed residential treatment facility (RTF) for severely emotionally disturbed male adolescents, 13 to 22.

Jewish Child Care Association
Campus and community-based programs for young people with serious individual and family problems.

Little Flower Children’s Services
The Little Flower Residential Treatment Center (RTC), is a seven-cottage complex located at the main Wading River campus. It is home to nearly 100 children, aged seven to 15.

New Directions Youth & Family Services
Serving as both an alternative to placement in a large residential facility and as a step between residential placement and a child’s return to his/her community, group homes provide structure and guidance in a family-like, neighborhood setting.

Parson Child and Family Center
Parsons provides a wide network of services to more than 2,200 children and nearly 7,500 family members in 30 counties of New York State

Salvation Army of the Syracuse Area
Barnabas House A short-term residence for older teens where they learn independent living skills like grocery shopping and balancing a check book.

St. Catherine’s Center for Children
St. Catherine’s Residential Programs assist children to adjust and live with early life traumas, losses, and handicaps.

St. Christopher’s, Inc.
Two residential campuses, spread over several acres in Dobbs Ferry and Valhalla provide temporary homes to about 150 teenagers each year.

St. Christopher-Ottilie
St. Christopher-Ottilie’s group residences for adolescents are located in New York City and Long Island communities that are familiar to the young people, and close to their families, places of worship, schools and friends.

St. Joseph’s Villa
provides specialized, long-term treatment for boys age 13 to 21 who have been diagnosed with severe emotional disturbance, including attention deficit disorders and personality disorders.

The House Of The Good Shepherd
Since 1872, The House of the Good Shepherd has met the needs of children who could not be provided for by their families.

Vanderheyden Hall
Vanderheyden Hall is a nonprofit agency serving children and families. Day, residential, educational, clinical, recreational, health, life skills, and respite programs are provided for children and young adults.

North Carolina

Barium Springs Home for Children
The Teaching-Family Model, our residential program, serves youth ages 8 -21 by providing specialized, on-campus group care services and education for young people who come from an abusive, neglectful, or unstable family background.
Eckerd Youth Alternatives
The programs include individualized treatment plans that combine experiential and formal education, vocational training, community service, mental health services, family counseling, intensive group work and reality therapy.

Eliada Homes and Services for Children and Families
Eliada provides Group Homes, Residential Treatment Programs, Family Foster Care, Day Care and After School Care, Day Treatment and Alternative School Programs.

Elon Homes for Children
It is the mission of Elon Homes for Children to provide a continuum of services that enhances the quality of spiritual, physical, emotional, intellectual and relational well-being of youth and their families.

Foothills Area Program
Foothills Area Program offers Periodic, Day and Residential Services in Alexander, Burke, Caldwell and McDowell counties to serve adults and children with mental illness, developmental disabilities and substance abuse.

Grandfather Home for Children, Inc.
Grandfather Home for Children, a private agency affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA), provides love and healing to children, youth, and families who are estranged by emotional, sexual, or other abuse.

Lutheran Family Services in the Carolinas
Lutheran Family Services in the Carolinas serves children and youths all across North and South Carolina.

Methodist Home for Children
Our small, community-based group homes provide short-term emergency care as well as longer stays.

Nazareth Children’s Home
Nazareth Children’s Home will use the “Teaching-Family Model” as its core but will also provide psychiatric and psychological services through local providers such as Piedmont Mental Health.

Sipe’s Orchard Home
Childrens home offering residential care to boys and girls in North Carolina

Southmountain Children and Family Services
The program serves children who, for various reasons, cannot live together in their own homes.

Yahweh Center
Optimum healing environment for abused neglected and dependent children under 12 years of age.

Youth Homes, Inc.
Youth Homes Inc. is a private, non-profit agency that has been providing residential and family strengthening services for children and families in Charlotte-Mecklenburg County since 1975.

North Dakota

Lutheran Social Services
Luther Hall is a private, 16-bed residential treatment center for troubled children and adolescents between the ages of 10 and 18.

Bellefaire JCB
Bellefaire JCB is a non-profit child welfare agency offering an array of child welfare, behavioral health and allied health services.
The Buckeye Ranch
The Buckeye Ranch provides 24-hour care for boys and girls ages 10-18 on our 150-acre campus.

The United Methodist Children�s Home
Providing residential treatment for boys and girls ages 10-21 � located in central Ohio. UMCH also provides treatment foster care and adoption services.

Waddell Village
Children who enter Waddell Village may be abused, neglected and dependent youth and may be dealing with emotional and psychological issues. Waddell Village, an eight-bed facility, is designed to serve the care and treatment needs of adolescent youth through a teaching parent model utilizing a teaching parent couple who resides in the home.


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Albertina Kerr Centers
Albertina Kerr Centers is a leader in meeting the treatment needs of seriously emotionally disturbed children and providing comprehensive care for youth and adults with developmental disabilities.
Pacific View
Pacific View RTC provides comprehensive treatment in a highly structured, secure setting for adolescents, 12-17 years old, with alcohol/drug, mental, emotional or behavioral problems.

Boys & Girls Aid Society of Oregon
The Boys & Girls Aid Society of Oregon provides services in 12 programs to the children, youth and families of Oregon.

Chehalem Youth & Family Services
Chehalem Youth and Family Services operate a twenty-four hour a day, seven days per week residential treatment program.

To provide quality comprehensive social, mental health, and educational services that strengthen the family, and to establish effective partnerships that promote community responsibility for children and families.

St. Mary’s Home for Boys
Providing residential and day treatment services for adolescent boys since 1889.


Auberle offers a highly tailored environment for each child and family that walks through our doors. Each program is designed with the clear expectation to help youth adjust to residential placement and to asses the youth’s and family’s needs and treatment goals.
Provides comprehensive, individualized, and strength-based residential treatment services in community group living setting to adolescent males with behavioral health needs and to their families.

Perseus House, Inc.
Helping delinquent and child-welfare dependent boys (ages 12-18) with drug and alcohol dependencies and/or mental health needs.

Silver Springs
Silver Springs serves boys and girls, ages 6-14, with serious emotional or behavior-related problems.

Rhode Island

Child & Family Services
Our community-based residential programs provide children and adolescents with a therapeutic, home-like and nurturing environment. The continuum of care can include diagnostic assessment, individual, group and family counseling, life skills training, psychiatric services, and medical evaluation and monitoring.
Eckerd Youth Alternatives
The programs include individualized treatment plans that combine experiential and formal education, vocational training, community service, mental health services, family counseling, intensive group work and reality therapy.

Harmony Hill School, Inc.
Overview of treatment and education programs for behaviorally disordered youth experiencing disruptive life situations.

St. Mary’s Home for Children
Since 1877, St. Mary’s Home for Children has been committed to serving the changing needs of children and families by using the professional, financial and volunteer resources of the community. St. Mary’s has provided a variety of culturally competent services that support and preserve families, maximizing the potential for learning and growth.

South Carolina

Alston Wilkes Youth Homes
At Alston Wilkes Youth Homes, clients attend school within the community, receive individual and group therapy, participate in therapeutic recreational activities and learn daily living skills.
Carolina Children’s Home
The mission of Carolina Childrens Home is to enhance the quality of life for children and families. Our primary service is to provide a home for children when they are unable to live with their family. We support this with a range of prevention and treatment programs that ensure continuity, are family focused and are community based.

Carolina Youth Development Center
CYDC provides programs that reach more than 500 children and youth each year. We care for young people with very serious problems, including physical and sexual abuse, neglect, abandonment, and severe emotional disorders.

Connie Maxwell Children’s Home
Connie Maxwell Childrens Home is a residential childcare ministry or childrens home of the South Carolina Baptist Convention for abused children and neglected children.

Crossroads Group Home for Abused Adolescent Females
Crossroads Group Home High Management Program operates as a structured treatment facility for adolescent females who have experienced childhood physical, sexual or emotional abuse.

York Place
Provides treatment to children and adolescents with significant psychiatric illness and impairment in behavioral, cognitive, emotional, physical, familial, and social functioning and are in need of intensive treatment in and out of home placement.

South Dakota

Abbott House
The Abbott House provides comprehensive residential treatment services from two South Dakota locations. Our residential Treatment Center for 38 girls is located in Mitchell, South Dakota.

Eckerd Youth Alternatives
The programs include individualized treatment plans that combine experiential and formal education, vocational training, community service, mental health services, family counseling, intensive group work and reality therapy.
Genesis Learning Centers
Genesis Learning Centers is a Tennessee based non-profit organization offering special education, mental health treatment and residential services to children and youth who exhibit emotional and behavioral disorders, learning disabilities, mental retardation, dual diagnosis (SED/MR) and developmental delays.

Holston United Methodist Home for Children
For more than a century, Holston Home has been an important part of the community, a place where neighbors could rally to help children and families have better lives.

The Florence Crittenton Agency, Inc.
Through the Barrett Hall Program, young women between the ages of 13-18 who have behavioral or emotional problems are guided by a nurturing place to live, individual, group and family therapy, and interaction to help them regain a sense of independence and direction.


Andrews Center Behavioral Healthcare System
The Andrews Center facilities range from residential homes to modern architectural structures and are located in attractive surroundings which reflect the beauty of East Texas.
A comprehensive residential care facility providing a home with a heart for children in South Texas since 1943.

Brazoria County Youth Home Campus
The Brazoria County Youth Homes, Inc., is located 50 miles south of Houston, 45 miles southwest of Galveston, 9 miles east of Lake Jackson-in the village of Oyster Creek. The campus consists of 3 basic care cottages for boys and girls from age 13 thru 17, and 1 for boys & girls 7 thru 12.

Brookhaven Youth Ranch
Brookhaven is a long term residential treatment center for adolescent males ages 13 to 17. The state of Texas is currently served.

Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch and Girlstown, U.S.A.
Each year, the Cal Farley organization serves more than 1000 children and families either in residence or through other outreach services. or government agencies.

Covenant House
We help kids in crisis through residential programs, community services and outreach efforts designed to keep young people off the streets.

CrossRoads Youth and Family Services
CrossRoads Youth and Family Services is a private-nonprofit Corporation licensed by the Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services as an Emergency Shelter for boys and girls ages infant through 17 years.

DePelchin Children’s Center
When a child or adolescent can no longer remain in a home due to abuse, neglect, or severe behavioral or emotional difficulties, DePelchin Children’s Center offers 24-hour care.

Foster’s Home for Children
Up to eight children live in a home, along with a staff couple and their family. The home is structured as much like a family as possible, with emphasis placed on the child learning responsibility for his/her own behavior.

Hall’s Residential Treatment Center
Our program is reality-oriented, individual and group centered. Each youth is taught how to deal with her emotions, how to develop self-esteem and moral values acceptable to today’s society.

Helping Hand Home for Children
The mission of Helping Hand Home for Children is to maintain a therapeutic home for children and to restore each child to a healthy family setting. The Home’s goal is for the children to take responsibility for their own actions, leave with a sense of worth, improve their academic skills and gain an increased sense of trust.

High Sky
Provides a home for children and youth ages 0 – 18 years old, removed from their home by Child Protective Services to prepare them for placement.

Hill Country Youth Ranch
Residential treatment and foster care for at-risk and tragedy-based children and teenagers, providing home, education, counseling, and vocational training.

K’STAR, Inc.
K’STAR is a safe, short-term youth program for today, providing long-term solutions for tomorrow.

Montgomery County Youth Services
MCYS is a private, not-for-profit organization committed to working with youth and their families through social service programs to create a positive atmosphere and develop a secure environment that will encourage them to face tomorrow with new strengths.

New Horizons
New Horizons is a multi-service, non-profit agency that provides an integrated system of care and services for children, youth, and families that is relationship driven and clinically enhanced. New Horizons restores hope to battered spirits, teaches children to face personal challenges as they strive to live successfully in a family and community, and returns children to a safe and supportive environment where they can continue to heal and grow.

Roy Maas Youth Alternatives
Roy Maas’ Youth Alternatives, is a private non-profit agency which provides that needed hand to young people who find themselves in some type of crisis situation.

Serving Children and Adolescents in Need Inc
S.C.A.N. operates eighteen programs that provide a wide range of prevention, intervention and treatment services. Two of these programs offer residential services which includes an emergency youth shelter and a substance abuse residential treatment facility for male youth.

St. Peter St. Joseph Children’s Home
The mission of St Peter – St. Joseph Children’s Home is to provide quality residential care in a safe, spiritual and therapeutic environment for abused or neglected children and their families to promote healing of body, mind, and spirit.

Star Ranch
Star Ranch’s Residential Treatment Center program works exclusivively with BOYS ages 7 to 17 years.

The Children’s Shelter
The Children’s Shelter is a place for children to heal—physically and emotionally—until safe haven or other permanent care can be secured.

YMCA Dallas
Project Safe Place helps to fulfill one of the goals of America’s Promise – to create safe places for our young people. This is a community initiative that educates thousands of young people every year about the dangers of running away and trying to resolve difficult, threatening situations on their own.


Cedar Ridge
Cedar Ridge is a small, family-style co-ed program located in rural northeastern Utah. We work with youth ages 13-17 who have issues such as opposition/defiance, depression, low self-esteem, ADD/ADHD.
New Haven Residential Treatment Center
New Haven is a Residential Treatment Center for young women ages 13-17.

Utah Youth Village
Helping troubled children through residential care in Therapeutic Family Homes and Group Homes. Utah Youth Village also offers Parenting For Success classes, therapy, and observation/evaluation.


Eckerd Youth Alternatives
The programs include individualized treatment plans that combine experiential and formal education, vocational training, community service, mental health services, family counseling, intensive group work and reality therapy.
The Baird Center for Children & Families
Several options are available, all of which assure a child receives comprehensive psychological, psychiatric, medical and educational services. All programs include extensive family involvement.


Presbyterian Homes & Family Services, Inc
Located in several communities in Virginia, these homes are licensed by the Virginia Department of Social Services and accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Services for Children and Families, Inc.
United Methodist Family Services
United Methodist Family Services Residential Treatment Program offers long-term mental health treatment and case management services for children and adolescents 11-18 years with emotional, behaviorial, psychiatric, or psychological problems.


Children’s Home Society of Washington
To help children thrive by building on the strengths of children, families and communities.
Country Cottage Estates
Country Cottage Estates is a residential home for teenage girls ages twelve to eighteen.

Morning Star Boys Ranch
A non-profit group home for boys that provides behavioral treatment services. Services include: supervised treatment program providing high staff-to-resident ratio; individual, group and family therapy; family support activities; academic education, individualized spiritual and values training; and, therapeutic recreational program.

Ruth Dykeman Children’s Center
Residential Treatment is a highly structured treatment setting in which children and families receive services tailored to their specific needs.

Ryther Child Center
For children ages 6 – 12 who have been physically and sexually abused and/or are undergoing major life crises and transitions.

Secret Harbor School
We are a private not-for-profit human services agency serving special needs children and youth through residential treatment and foster care programs.

Washington D.C.

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West Virginia

Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc.
Bringing Growth and Wholeness to Family Life.
Stepping Stones, Inc.
Stepping Stones, Inc. is a family-centered, child-focused, residential Group Home for Boys, located in Wayne County, 20 minutes from Huntington, WV.


St. Aemilian
St. Aemilian-Lakeside offers residential treatment for boys, ages 6-15.
Oconomowoc Developmental Training Center
Long recognized for exceptional programming and excellent care, ODTC provides educational services and residential treatment for children and young adults with developmental disabilities and emotional disorders. Day School Services are also available.


Cathedral Home for Children
Cathedral Home for Children is a not-for-profit residential treatment program for troubled and traumatized children, including deaf and hard-of-hearing children.
St. Joseph’s Children’s Home
St. Joseph�s Children�s Home is a private, non-profit, residential treatment facility for youth ages six to eighteen. As a non-profit agency of the Catholic Diocese of Cheyenne, St. Joseph�s has been providing quality services to youth and families since 1930.

Normative Services Youth Services
NSI provides residential treatment, as well as a full continuum of treatment services for troubled or at risk youth and their families.