Places of healing and opportunity

Our campus-based services and group homes offer a highly structured environment that supports positive influences and discourages negative distractions. Campus-based services provide a therapeutic setting where educational, clinical, recreational, and daily living activities are designed to provide professional guidance, promote positive choices, and motivate personal growth. Group homes, or agency-operated boarding homes (AOBH), take this same supportive philosophy into the community for youth ready to handle more personal responsibility, or in need of specialized services, such as teen parenting.

Clinical services:

  • Individual, group, and family therapy
  • Treatment of attachment disorders, borderline personality, depression, bi-polar mood disorder, ADD/ADHD, conduct disorders, and trauma
  • Alcohol and substance abuse counseling

Specialized services:

  • Adventure-based recreation including high-ropes challenge course

Integrated service planning:

  • Clinical case management
  • Therapeutic recreation
  • Life skills
  • Medical and psychiatric services


Randolph Residential Services +
Nestled in the foothills of the Allegany Mountains, 20 minutes east of Jamestown, NY, Randolph Residential Services combines expert treatment plans with a variety of outdoor recreation options – from hiking and kayaking to skiing and horseback riding.

Our 100-acre, modern campus includes seven well-maintained living units and three supervised apartments. A health center in the administration building includes two fully equipped hospital-style patient rooms, a lab area, and examination room. Residents eat in the welcoming communal dining room, and each living unit also has a kitchenette. Children may personalize their rooms with pictures, posters, and memorabilia.

Specialized services:
Internationally accredited adventure-based recreation and equestrian programming
Educational services:
Provided on-campus by the Randolph Academy Union Free School District
For more information, contact:
Scott Winterburn, Admissions Coordinator
Phone: 716.358.3636, ext. 215
Wyndham Lawn Residential Services +
Wyndham Lawn, located in Lockport, NY, provides co-ed residential treatment for 35 children. Our 70-acre, park-like campus features modern, comfortable cottages and a staff focused on building strong relationships with youth and families. Residents are encouraged to personalize their rooms with pictures, posters, and memorabilia. A health center includes a fully equipped hospital-style patient room and examination room, allowing routine medical services to be provided on-site by familiar staff.

Educational services:
Provided on-campus at the Henrietta G. Lewis Campus School, a private school operated by New Directions

For more information, contact:
Chuck Wagner, Campus Life Director/Admissions Coordinator
Phone: 716.433.4487, ext. 462

Zafron Home for Parenting Teens +
Pregnant teens with emotional and behavioral problems face an overwhelming series of challenges. By offering a secure, pleasant, residential setting for teenage mothers (and their babies) while they participate in a comprehensive treatment program and attend school, we provide the resources for healing and personal growth to begin.

Service components:
Healthcare for mother and child
Comprehensive psychiatric and mental health care
Childbirth coaching
Educational support and advocacy
Decision making and problem solving
Anger and stress management
Life skills education
Transition planning

For more information, contact:
Kathleen DiLallo, Program Coordinator
Phone: 716.945.2466
Westons Mills and Chautauqua House +
Our Weston Mills (Westons Mills, NY) and Chautauqua House (Falconer, NY) services are small, home-based facilities within the community. Residents receive clinical counseling from master's-level social workers, are assisted in completing their schooling and finding part-time employment in the area, and learning how to live in a community setting. Plus, all residents receive training in the skills needed for independent living, including money management, nutrition, shopping for food and clothing, household chores, and personal safety and responsibility.

Individual and family therapy
Full-service medical and dental care
Recreation and leisure programming
Access to community-based drug and alcohol counseling

For more information, contact:
Ian Moore, Community Based Residences Assistant Director
Phone: 716.358.3636

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