Children’s Community Residences
Our Children’s Community Residences, located in Queens and Long Island, provide a structured, supportive, home-like environment for adolescents who are ready for discharge from higher levels of care such as Residential Treatment Facilities and psychiatric hospitals, but are not yet ready to return home.
While in our program, working in conjunction with their family supports, youth learn the skills necessary to live and function as active members of the community, while learning to adopt the necessary coping, self-care and independent living skills necessary to successfully integrate back to the family home and community.
Who Can Benefit from this Program
Youth with SED needing a structured setting in the community
10- 18 years of age
How to Access this Program or Service
Referrals go through the Children’s Single Point of Acccess (C-SPOA)
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of the young adults in our Scattered Site Supportive Housing program were gainfully employed, engaged in school, or both
4 out of 5
young adults (21+) at our Residential Treatment Center for youth with developmental disabilities participate in Day Habilitation or are enrolled in school