Residential Child Care for young women ages 12-21

St. Anne’s therapeutic milieu offers a full range of family focused, therapeutic treatment options to resolve the unique issues and emotional problems each resident has experienced. Upon arrival, residents are immediately involved in their treatment programs, which ultimately focuses on returning home or preparing to live independently.

Our residential campus provides a structured and supportive environment for young women ages 12-21 that are unable to live at home, attend public school or function in the community. Comfortable dormitory-style living units provide 24/7 care with around-the-clock awake coverage.

Our specialized “Hard-to-Place” units are designed for residents with extraordinary needs, the degree and intensity of which cannot be met in regular residential programs. These girls are provided with self-contained academic and recreation programs while clinicians work daily with them in a highly structured environment.

St. Anne’s partners with Hope House to provide substance abuse services. This includes drug and alcohol screening, comprehensive assessments, individual and group therapy.

The program also provides a wide range of support services to augment treatment including:

  • On-Grounds Work Programs
  • Recreational Programs
  • Independent Living Skill Development Programs
  • Volunteer/Service Learning Programs

Contact: Mary Mulchy
Phone: (518) 437-6559
e-mail: marym@s-a-i.org