Our goal is to protect teenagers and young adults from the dangers of the streets and bring them into our shelters. Here, they will receive counseling services, basic needs, and the skills necessary to become self-sufficient. Our staff works to resolve the crisis responsible for displacing the child or teen and to obtain long-term living situations for their future. Under the direction of Mike Rulnick, Director of Residential Services, we offer several residential program options for young people in the Greater Hartford region:
Our Moving On Project (MOP) is a transitional living apartment program that assists males, ages 16 to 21, in developing the skills needed to live independently.
Eleanor House is a community-based therapeutic group home serving boys ages 13-18 who require intense clinical services in a small, structured home-like setting.