Loving Caring Protecting

Empowering children, individuals and families

to reach their potential.

Who We Are

St. Anne Institute (SAI) was started in 1887 to help children and families develop the confidence and skills needed to overcome crises. Over the years, SAI evolved into a private, not-for-profit, non-secular residential and community-based health and human services agency committed to providing the highest level of care to thousands of children, young adults, and families across New York State. St. Anne Institute serves youth who require the highest level of care, prior to hospitalization, due to trauma, including high levels of domestic violence, self-harming behaviors, suicidal thoughts and attempts, several foster care placements, and histories of substance abuse.

Outpatient Care

Education Program


Early Childhood Education


Runaway & Homeless Youth Shelter


160 North Main Avenue

Albany, NY 12206


Fax: 518-437-6555


107 Prospect St.

Schoharie, NY 12157


Fax: 518-702-4166


421 Lower Main St.

Hudson Falls, NY 12839


Fax: 518-747-0734


1801 6th Ave

Troy, NY 12180


Fax: 518-272-9169


32 Spring St.

Gloversville, NY 12078


Fax: 518-752-5490

Our Community

The St. Anne Institute Community is comprised of a wide range of programs which include clinical services, therapeutic education and recreation, residential treatment, day services and after school programs, medical services, integrated care management, early childhood education, and a runaway and homeless shelter.

Our Campus

The St. Anne Institute 8½-acre main campus is located at 160 North Main Avenue, in a residential neighborhood in the city of Albany. St. Anne also has three satellite offices in Fort Edward, NY, Troy, NY and Russell Road in Albany, NY to meet the needs of clients and families in their own communities.


St. Anne Institute recognizes that ancillary services are necessary to address the complex problems and challenges that face our clients. Services include but are not limited to psycho educational groups, life skills training, tutoring programs, work study, and formal education in the Regents-accredited Junior/Senior High School and in the Early Childhood Education program.