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Preventive and Re-Integration

Neighborhood Living

Glove House treats young people in the context of the community. Youths in these programs have experienced significant trauma and need assistance in dealing with the crisis that they are experiencing in their lives. Services are provided on three levels:

  • Community based group homes licensed by the NYS Office For Children and Families providing structured, 24 hours per day, supervised environments for youths aged 10 – 18.

  • Community residence home licensed by the NYS Office of Mental Health providing structured, 24 hours per day, supervised environments for youths aged 12 – 18 who have a mental illness diagnosis.

  • Therapeutic Foster Care Boarding Homes for the care and treatment of children who require more intensive and specialized services than can be provided by traditional foster care programs.

  • Community apartment program for youths 17 – 21 that are transitioning out of foster care into their first independent living experience. The program is also designed to meet the needs of young mothers of the same age range and their child. Participants have been in foster care and have demonstrated a level of social/emotional maturity that would indicate that they are ready to move into a community based apartment setting, but still are in need of adult supervision and guidance.

Another Success Story
Tony's Story
Age: 15 years old
Success Type: Foster Parenting

My name is Tony and I came to Glove House when I was 13 years old. At that time I could not speak clearly and no one understood me. I had NEVER been to school. Some of my r ... Find out how the story ends