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1 DCYF and Family Care Network Service Provider Guide (Registry) Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families Department Protocol: Effective Date: October, 2013 Version: 2 The DCYF and Family Care Network Service Provider Guide is a registry of Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF) licensed facilities and approved services funded by the DCYF or the Family Care Networks. The Guide is designed to offer brief descriptions of the services provided as well as contact information. The DCYF Division of Community Services and Behavioral Health maintains and updates the Guide on a continual basis. Please address any questions or feedback to and/or

2 RI DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES Revised February 2014 Family Care Network Service Provider Guide (registry) 1

3 DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES RESOURCE DIRECTORY TABLE OF CONTENTS: PAGE RESIDENTIAL SERVICES Specialized & Treatment Foster Care 3-5 Independent Living Services 6-7 Supervised Living Services 8-9 Supervised Living Treatment Services 10 Shelter Services - Assessment and Stabilization - 45 & 90 days Group Home Programs-Children & Adolescents Group Home/Staff Secure Treatment - Children & Adolescents Group Home/Residential Counseling/Intensive Therapeutic 20 Group Home Special Population - Developmental Disorders Group Home Special Population - Adjudicated 24 Group Home Special Population Youth Who Exhibit Sexually Abusive Behavior 25 Residential Treatment Programs In-State 26 Residential Treatment Programs In-State Special Population - Adjudicated 27 Residential Treatment Programs Out of State COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES Child Placing Agency Support Programs for Kinship Foster Homes 31 Family Visitation Services Multi-systemic Therapy(MST) 34 Intensive Home Based 35 Family Preservation & Parent Aide 36 Outreach & Tracking Services 37 Additional Evidenced Home-Based Services (Pending) 38 2

4 SPECIALIZED AND TREATMENT FOSTER CARE Specialized foster care provides professional support services to children, youth and foster parents. Individualized treatment is provided within a supportive and structured home environment. These programs help to foster positive relationship skills, amelioration of emotional conflicts of attachment and development, and prepare youth for transition to home, independent living or other age and developmentally appropriate settings. Treatment foster care provides more intense professional support services. Some of these homes may provide emergency placement for children. ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES 14 Breakneck Hill Rd. Suite 201 Lincoln, RI CONTACT: Diedre Prescod, Program Manager FEMALES/MALES: Ext. 11 CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF NEWPORT COUNTY 1268 Eddy St. Providence, RI Phone: CONTACT: Patricia Corbett FEMALES/MALES: 0-21 CHILDREN S FRIEND & SERVICE, INC./FOSTER CARE David Caprio, Executive Director 153 Summer Street Providence, RI ADDRESS: 153 Summer Street FEMALES/MALES: 0-5 Providence, RI COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES 70 Main Street Taunton, MA

5 SPECIALIZED AND TREATMENT FOSTER CARE (Continued) COMMUNITIES FOR PEOPLE, INC. Joseph Leavey, President 418 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, MA Craig Gordon, Vice President 623 Atwells Ave, Suite 201 Providence, RI Phone: Fax: CONTACT: Nanette Thayer FEMALES/MALES: DEVEREUX THERAPEUTIC FOSTER CARE Tim Kelley 2346 Post Rd. Suite 103 Warwick, RI CONTACT: Danielle Imbonone Gallagher FEMALES/MALES: Birth X202 FAMILY RESOURCES COMMUNITY ACTION/FOSTER CARE Ben Lessing, Executive Director 245 Main Street Woonsocket, RI CONTACT: Terri Kilroy ADDRESS: 65 Main Street FEMALES/MALES: Birth-18 Woonsocket, RI Fax: FAMILY SERVICE, INC./FOSTER CARE Margaret Holland-McDuff, Executive Director PO Box 6688 Providence, RI Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 134 Thurbers Avenue FEMALES/MALES: Providence, RI

6 SPECIALIZED AND TREATMENT FOSTER CARE (Continued) FATHER FLANAGAN'S BOYS' TOWN/TREATMENT FOSTER CARE William Reardon, Director/New England 58 Flanagan Road Portsmouth RI ADDRESS: 58 Flanagan Road FEMALES/MALES: 2-18 Portsmouth, RI THE GRODEN CENTER Dr. Gerald Groden 610 Manton Avenue Providence, RI CONTACT: Bruce Ruby FEMALES/MALES X 1258 NORTH AMERICAN FAMILY INSTITUTE, INC/FOSTER CARE Dr. Yitzhak Bakal, Exec. Director Hildy Paris, CEO 26 Howley Street Peabody, MA Phone: Fax: Jerry Carnevale, Regional Director 71 Grace Street Cranston, RI Cell: SITE ADDRESS: 789 Park Avenue FEMALES/MALES: Cranston, RI NAFI 90 DAY FOSTER CARE ASSESSMENT PROGRAM SITE ADDRESS: 789 Park Avenue FEMALES/MALES: Cranston, RI TANNERHILL Clark Lamboy, Executive Director PO Box 414 Pascoag, RI Phone: ext. 208 Fax: FEMALES/MALES: 5

7 INDEPENDENT LIVING SERVICES Independent living programs are designed to prepare youth for independence. Youth live in their own apartments with unrestricted community access and receive case management services. ILP programs have no live-in staff. These programs provide a standardized assessment and curriculum for life skills instruction. CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF NEWPORT COUNTY Peter Dibari, President/CEO 31 John Clarke Road Middletown, RI CONTACT: Anne Cooke Phone: Cell: SITE ADDRESS: ILP Sites FEMALES/MALES: COMMUNITIES FOR PEOPLE, INC. Joseph Leavey, President 418 Commonwealth Ave Boston, Ma Craig Gordon, Vice President 623 Atwells Ave Suite 201 Providence, RI Phone: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: Various ILP Sites FEMALES/MALES: NEWPORT COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH J. Clement Cicciline 127 Johnny Cake Hill Road Middletown, RI SITE ADDRESS: Various ILP Sites FEMALES:

8 INDEPENDENT LIVING SERVICES (Continued) PROVIDENCE CENTER Dr. Dale Klatzker, Executive Director 951 North Main Street Providence, RI / SITE ADDRESS: Various ILP Sites FEMALES/MALES: WHITMARSH CORPORATION Brother John Mc Hale, Director Po Box Providence, RI SITE ADDRESS: Various ILP Sites MALES:

9 SUPERVISED LIVING SERVICES Supervised apartment programs help to transition adolescents ages 16 and older to independent living. In-house supervision is provided twenty-four (24) hours per day with sleep-in staff. Youth are routinely allowed unsupervised time in the community to attend school, jobs, and for recreational and social activities. Supervised apartment programs provide services of a master s level clinician for clinical oversight, service planning and emergency interventions. These programs provide a standardized assessment and curriculum for life skills instruction. CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF NEWPORT COUNTY Peter Dibari, President/CEO 31 John Clarke Road Middletown, RI Phone: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 512 Broadway LICENSED CAPACITY: 5 Newport, RI FEMALES: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 470 East Main Road LICENSED CAPACITY: 5 Middletown, RI MALES: Fax: COMMUNITIES FOR PEOPLE, INC. Joseph Leavey, President 418 Commonwealth Ave Boston, MA Craig Gordon, Vice President 623 Atwells Avenue, Suite 201 Providence, RI Phone: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 380 Hope Street LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Providence, RI MALES:

10 SUPERVISED LIVING SERVICES (Continued) KEY PROGRAM William Lyttle, Executive Director Constance Ryan, Director of Operations 670 Old Connecticut Path Framingham, Ma Patricia St. Germain, Regional Supervisor 623 Atwells Ave. Providence, RI SITE ADDRESS: 139 Knight Street LICENSED CAPACITY: 5 Providence, RI FEMALES: Phone: Fax: TURNING POINT SUPERVISED LIVING Gary Seal, Director 5 Kids Way Pawtucket, RI SITE ADDRESS: 48 Maplewood Drive LICENSED CAPACITY: 3 Pawtucket, RI MALES:

11 SUPERVISED LIVING/TREATMENT SERVICES This program type serves older adolescents who are discharged from residential treatment programs and/or who have significant treatment needs that can be appropriately and effectively treated in a community setting while preparing for independence. Services include: intensive case management, training for independent living, behavior monitoring programs, individual and group therapy for youth with prior histories of sex offending, and psychiatric disorders. COMMUNITIES FOR PEOPLE, TRANSITIONAL APT. PROGRAM (TAP) Joseph Leavey, President 418 Commonwealth Ave Boston, Ma Craig Gordon, Vice President 623 Atwells Avenue Suite 201 Providence, RI Phone: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 24 Tappan Street LICENSED CAPACITY: 11 Providence, RI FEMALES: SITE ADDRESS: 136 Knight Street LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Providence, RI MALES:

12 SHELTER SERVICES-ASSESSMENT AND STABILIZATION-CHILDREN-45 DAYS Shelter programs provide immediate intake with the goal of providing a stable and safe environment for youth/children in crisis. Staffing shift ratios of 2,3,2 : eight (8) residents which includes overnight awake staff. The programs employ master s level clinicians to provide clinical services for each child in residence. Clinicians develop treatment plans, provide crisis intervention and adjustment counseling, and provide staff consultation and training. CHILDREN'S SHELTER OF BLACKSTONE VALLEY Eileen Hernandez, Executive Director 15 Gates Street Pawtucket, RI Phone: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 15 Gates Street LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Pawtucket, RI FEMALES/MALES: Birth FATHER FLANAGAN'S BOYS' TOWN PROFESSIONAL FAMILY HOME William Reardon, Director/New England 58 Flanagan Road Portsmouth RI SITE ADDRESS: 125 Flanagan Road LICENSED CAPACITY: 7 Portsmouth, RI FEMALES/MALES: Birth-11 *particularly suited for effective treatment of sibling groups. 11

13 SHELTER SERVICES-ASSESSMENT AND STABILIZATION-ADOLESCENTS-90 DAYS Shelter programs provide immediate intake with the goal of providing a stable and safe environment for youth/children in crisis. Staffing shift ratios of 2, 3, 2: eight (8) residents which includes overnight awake staff. The programs employ master s level clinicians to provide clinical services for each child in residence. Clinicians develop treatment plans, provide crisis intervention and adjustment counseling, and provide staff consultation and training. COMMUNITIES FOR PEOPLE, INC. Joseph Leavey, President 418 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, MA Phone: Craig Gordon, Vice President 623 Atwells Avenue, Suite 201 Providence, RI Phone: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 244 Washington Street LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Providence, RI MALES: KEY, INC. - GIRLS SHELTER/ASSESSMENT William Lyttle, Executive Director 670 Old Conneticut Path Framingham, MA Phone: Patricia St. Germain, Regional Supervisor 623 Atwells Avenue Providence, R.I Phone: SITE ADDRESS: 939 Douglas Avenue Providence, RI LICENSED CAPACITY: FAX: FEMALES:

14 SHELTER SERVICES-ASSESSMENT AND STABILIZATION-ADOLESCENTS-90 DAYS (Continued) FAMILY SERVICE, INC. Margaret Holland-McDuff, Executive Director Po Box 6688 Providence, RI Phone: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: Sakonnet House 279 Douglas Pike LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 North Smithfield, RI FEMALES: PHOENIX HOUSE OF NEW ENGLAND 99 Wayland Avenue Providence, RI Phone: CONTACT: Brandi Bates SITE ADDRESS: 2078 Wallum Lake Rd. LICENSED CAPACITY: 14 Burrilville, RI MALES: Office: ext. 1 Cell: ST. MARY S HOME FOR CHILDREN Carlene Casciano-McCann, Executive & Clinical Director 420 Fruit Hill Avenue North Providence, RI Phone: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: Hills Unit 470 Fruit Hill Avenue North Providence, RI LICENSED CAPACITY: Fax: FEMALES: TURNING THE CORNER SHELTER (JAMMAT HOUSING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORP.) David Kaufer, Executive Director 801 Elmwood Avenue Providence, RI Phone: Fax: Cell: SITE ADDRESS: 64 Dartmouth Street LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Providence, RI MALES:

15 GROUP HOME PROGRAMS-CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS Group home programs provide placement for a maximum of eight (8) children. The programs are community-based facilities which utilize local public schools, and public recreational and cultural services. The programs work to develop responsibility, positive relationships, and more adaptive behaviors. Staffing shift ratios are 2,3,1,: eight (8) residents which includes overnight awake staff. The programs each employ a masters-level clinician who develops treatment plans, provides crisis intervention and adjustment counseling, and staff consultation. CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF NEWPORT COUNTY Peter DiBari, President & CEO 31 John Clarke Road Middletown, RI Phone: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 181 Maple Avenue LICENSED CAPACITY: 5 Middletown, RI MALE: Site: / On-call Cell: SITE ADDRESS: 2 Katzman Place LICENSED CAPACITY: 5 Newport, RI FEMALE: Fax: FATHER FLANAGAN'S BOYS' TOWN William Reardon, Director/New England 58 Flanagan Road Portsmouth RI SITE ADDRESS: 58 Flanagan Road LICENSED CAPACITY: 24 Portsmouth, RI FEMALES/MALES: LIGHT HOUSE, INC. GATEWAY Candy Powell (Acting) Executive Director 160 Beechwood Avenue Pawtucket, RI Phone: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 81 Spencer Court LICENSED CAPACITY: 5 Wakefield, RI FEMALES: Fax:

16 GROUP HOME PROGRAMS-CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS (Continued) NORTH AMERICAN FAMILY INSTITUTE, INC. Dr. Yitzhak Bakal, Executive Director Hildy Paris, CEO 26 Howley Street Peabody, MA Phone: Fax: Jerry Carnevale, Regional Director 71 Grace Street Cranston, RI Cell: SITE ADDRESS: NAFI Main Street LICENSED CAPACITY: Main Street MALES: Warren, RI TANNERHILL Clark Lamboy, Executive Director PO Box 414 Pascoag, RI Phone: ext. 208 Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 35 High Street LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Pascoag, RI MALES: , ext. 14 Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 548 Providence Street LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Woonsocket, RI MALES: , ext. 11 Fax: TURNING POINT Gary Seal, Director 209 Cottage Street Pawtucket, RI Phone: SITE ADDRESS: 5 Kids Way LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Pawtucket, RI MALES:

17 GROUP HOME PROGRAMS-CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS (Continued) WHITMARSH CORPORATION Brother John Mchale, Director Po Box Providence, RI Phone: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 292 Massachusetts Avenue LICENSED CAPACITY: 5 Providence, RI MALES:

18 GROUP HOME/STAFF SECURE TREATMENT- CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS A Staff Secure facility is a licensed as community-based group home. The staff secure treatment programs provide a six (6) to nine (9) month residence for a maximum of eight (8) children or adolescents. These community-based residential programs may provide certified in-house educational services to prepare youth to enter public schools including enrollment in alternative educational programs according to a child s individual education plan (IEP). The staff-secure programs provide a comprehensive clinical and behavior assessment with a behavior management system and a treatment program that includes individual, group and family therapy, milieu therapy, and recreational, Vocational and community service opportunities. Staffing shift rations are a minimum of 3 staff to eight children and up to 4 to 8 during daytime awake hours. Overnight staffing rations are a minimum of 1 to 4. Each program provides a fulltime master s-level clinician, and provides direct or accesses psychiatric and psychological consulting services. CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF NEWPORT COUNTY Peter Di Bari, President & CEO 31 John Clarke Road Middletown, RI Phone: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 120 Girard Avenue LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Newport, RI FEMALES: / On-call Cell: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 46 Liberty Lane LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 West Kingston, RI MALES: / On-call Cell: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 81 Bristol Ferry Road LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Portsmouth, RI FEMALES: / SITE ADDRESS: 45 Trout Drive LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Middletown, RI MALES: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 12 Jean Terrace LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Middletown, RI FEMALES: / Fax: COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS, INC. Vonetta Lambert, Regional Director 4 Griffin Rd. North Suite 100B Winsor, CT SITE ADDRESS: 344 Hopkins Hill Road LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Coventry, RI MALES:

19 GROUP HOME/STAFF SECURE TREATMENT - CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS (Continued) COMMUNITIES FOR PEOPLE, INC. Joseph Leavey, President 418 Commonwealth Ave Boston, MA Craig Gordon, Vice President 623 Atwells Avenue, Suite 201 Providence, RI Phone: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 81 Washington Street LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Providence, RI MALES: FAMILY SERVICE, INC. - GREENVILLE HOUSE, FARNUM HOUSE & WILSON HOUSE Margaret Holland-McDuff, Executive Director Po Box 6688 Providence, RI Phone: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: SITE ADDRESS: SITE ADDRESS: Greenville House 111 West Greenville Road LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Smithfield, RI FEMALES: Fax: Farnum House 445 Farnum Pike LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Smithfield, Ri FEMALES: Fax: Wilson House 41 Wilson Avenue LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 East Providence, RI FEMALE: Fax:

20 GROUP HOME/STAFF SECURE TREATMENT-CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS (Continued) North American Family Institute, Inc. Dr. Yitzhak Bakal, Executive Director Hildy Paris, CEO 26 Howley Street Peabody, MA Phone: Fax: Jerry Carnevale, Regional Director 71 Grace Street Cranston, R.I. CELL: SITE ADDRESS: NAFI Oakland Beach LICENSED CAPACITY: Pequot Avenue MALES: PO BOX 9316 Warwick, RI Fax: SITE ADDRESS 151 Ridge Street LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Pawtucket, RI MALE: WHITMARSH CORPORATION Brother John McHale, Director PO Box Providence, RI Phone: Fax: CONTACT: Ivy Booth Phone: Ext.4 Cell: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 20 Eighth Street LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Providence, RI MALE:

21 GROUP HOME/RESIDENTIAL COUNSELING/INTENSIVE THERAPEUTIC Residential Counseling Center s provide a graduated level of residential treatment for residents. It is designed to be a six (6) month of stay although residents may stay up to one (1) year. The Residential Center s provide residential treatment services on a graduated basis, for youth who are transitioning from psychiatric hospitalization, on the path to hospitalization or in need of more restrictive treatment environment than their current placement. The services include on-site group, individual and family counseling, medication maintenance, psychiatric evaluations and case management. There is a high staff to resident ratio. There is overnight awake staff but it is not a locked site. GATEWAY HEALTH CARE, INC. Richard Le Clerc, Executive Director 249 Roosevelt Avenue Pawtucket, RI Phone: Fax: Maureen Donnelly, Residential Director 160 Beechwood Avneue Pawtucket, RI Phone: Ext. 238/ (cell) SITE ADDRESS: ARCADIA HOUSE LICENSED CAPACITY: 6 94 John Potter Road FEMALES/MALES: West Greenwich, RI Fax: SITE ADDRESS: BLACKSTONE ADOLESCENT COUNSELING CNTR (BACC) 575 Fountain Street Pawtucket, RI LICENSED CAPACITY: FEMALES:

22 GROUP HOME SPECIAL POPULATION DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS A specialized group home program is for adolescent males with developmental disorders who require a structured treatment milieu. This program is designed as an alternative to residential treatment and/or to meet the needs of youth who are discharged from residential treatment programs. The program utilizes a full time clinician and program director, special treatment approaches for sexually reactive/offender clients, and intensively supervised daily programs both in the home, school, and community setting. Clients in this program may remain for a year or longer until they are ready to move to a less restrictive setting appropriate to treatment and developmental needs. The staffing shift ratios are 3,4,2: eight (8) residents which includes overnight awake staff. BRADLEY HOSPITAL 1011 Veterans Memorial Parkway Riverside, RI SITE ADDRESS: EXETER HOUSE LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 51 Widow Sweets Rd. FEMALES/MALES: 9-15 Exeter, RI SITE ADDRESS: HILL HOUSE LICENSED CAPACITY: Fruit Hill Avenue FEMALES/MALES: North Providence, R.I SITE ADDRESS: RUMFORD HOUSE LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 2 Farrell Place MALES: Teens Rumford R.I SITE ADDRESS: HERITAGE HOUSE LICENSED CAPACITY: Heritage Drive FEMALES/MALES: Warwick R.I PERSPECTIVES CORPORATION 1130 Ten Rod Road, Bldg B. Suite 101 North Kingstown, R.I CONTACT: Art Erskine/Clinical Director Dave Lizotte/Program Manager 125 Sandturn Road LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 West Kingstown, RI MALES:

23 GROUP HOME SPECIAL POPULATION DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS (Continued) THE GRODEN CENTER INC. Dr. Gerald Groden 610 Manton Avenue Providence, RI SITE ADDRESS: 2 Rome Ave LICENSED CAPACITY: 5 Johnston, RI FEMALES/MALES: SITE ADDRESS: 563 Cowesett Road LICENSED CAPACITY: 7 Warwick, R.I MALES: SITE ADDRESS: 73 Branch Pike LICENSED CAPACITY: 5 Smithfield, RI FEMALES/MALES: SITE ADDRESS: 410 Farnum Pike LICENSED CAPACITY: 7 Smithfield, R.I MALES: TURNING THE CORNER (JAMMAT HOUSING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORP.) David Kaufer, Executive Director 801 Elmwood Avenue Providence, RI Phone: Fax: Cell: SITE ADDRESS: Developmental Delay Program 177 Bucklin Street (2nd floor) LICENSED CAPACITY: 4 Providence, RI MALES:

24 GROUP HOME SPECIAL POPULATION DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS (Continued) WHITMARSH CORPORATION John Mc Hale, Director Po Box Providence, RI SITE ADDRESS: 164 Massachusetts Ave LICENSED CAPACITY: 6 Providence, RI MALES: West Avenue LICENSED CAPACITY: 5 Pawtucket, RI MALES: Sackett Street LICENSED CAPACITY: 5 Providence, RI MALES:

25 GROUP HOME SPECIAL POPULATION-ADJUDICATED OCEAN TIDES, INC. Brother Brendan Gerrity, Executive Director 635 Ocean Road Narragansett, RI SITE ADDRESS: GALLOGLY HOUSE LICENSED CAPACITY: Lexington Avenue MALES: Providence, RI WHITMARSH CORPORATION- COMMUNITY TRANSITION PROGRAM Brother John Mc Hale, Director PO Box Providence, RI Phone: ex: 105 Fax: SITE ADDRESS: Stanwood Avenue LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Providence, RI MALES:

26 GROUP HOME SPECIAL POPULATION-YOUTH WHO EXHIBIT SEXUALLY ABUSIVE BEHAVIOR A specialized group home program is for adolescent males who have sexually abused and require a structured treatment milieu. This program is designed as an alternative to residential treatment and/or to meet the needs of youth who are discharged from residential treatment programs. The program utilizes a full time clinician and program director, special treatment approaches for sexually reactive/offender clients, and intensively supervised daily programs both in the home, school, and community setting. Clients in this program may remain for a year or longer until they are ready to move to a less restrictive setting appropriate to treatment and developmental needs. The staffing shift ratios are 3,4,2: eight (8) residents which includes overnight awake staff. COMMUNITIES FOR PEOPLE, INC. Joseph Leavey, President 418 Commonwealth Ave Boston, MA Craig Gordon, Vice President 623 Atwells Avenue, Suite 201 Providence, RI Phone: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: 558 Manton Avenue LICENSED CAPACITY: 4 Providence, RI MALES: TURNING THE CORNER (JAMMAT HOUSING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORP.) David Kaufer, Executive Director 801 Elmwood Avenue Providence, RI Phone: Fax: Cell: SITE ADDRESS: 179 Pearl Street LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Providence, RI MALES: SITE ADDRESS: 58 Dartmouth Street LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 Providence, RI MALES:

27 RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAMS IN-STATE These are self contained campus settings that provide an intensive level of casework, therapy, and educational programs. HARMONY HILL SCHOOL 63 Harmony Hill Road Chepachet, R.I SITE ADDRESS: 63 Harmony Hill Rd LICENSED CAPACITY: 30 Chepachet, RI MALES: 8-19 ST. MARY S HOME FOR CHILDREN Carlene Casciano-McCann, Executive & Clinical Director 420 Fruit Hill Avenue North Providence, RI Phone: Fax: SITE ADDRESS: SITE ADDRESS: Horton Unit 442 Fruit Hill Avenue North Providence, RI LICENSED CAPACITY: Fax: FEMALE: 6-17 Mauran Unit 440 Fruit Hill Avenue North Providence, RI Fax: LICENSED CAPACITY: 8 MALE:

28 RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS IN-STATE-SPECIAL POPULATION-ADJUDICATED These are self contained campus settings with that provide an intensive level of casework and on-site educational programs. NORTH AMERICAN FAMILY INSTITUTE - SECURE TREATMENT, ACE PROGRAM Yitzhak Bakal, Executive Director Hildy Paris, CEO 26 Howley Street Peabody, MA Phone: Fax: Jerry Carnevale, Regional Director 71 Grace Street Cranston, R.I. CELL: SITE ADDRESS: 735 New London Avenue LICENSED CAPACITY: 22 Cranston, RI MALES: OCEAN TIDES, INC. Brother Brendan Gerrity, Executive Director 635 Ocean Road Narragansett, RI SITE ADDRESS: 635 Ocean Road LICENSED CAPACITY: 35 Narragansett, RI MALES:

29 RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAMS OUT OF STATE These are self contained campus settings that provide an intensive level of casework, therapy, and educational programs. Berkshire Farm Center & Services State Route 22 Canaan, NY (518) Cardinal Cushing School & Training 405 Washington Street Hanover, MA Contact: Donald Briggs / (Fax) Community Care Services 628 Park Avenue Cranston, RI Contact: Kelly Monteiro / (Fax) Crystal Springs 38 Narrows Road PO Box 372 Assonet, MA (508) /(508) (Fax) Devereux Foundation, Inc. 60 Miles Road P.O. Box 219 Rutland, MA Contact: Judy Petkewich / (Fax) Evergreen Center 345 Fortune Boulevard Milford, MA Contact: Andrea Caron / (Fax) Fall River Deaconess Home P.O. Box 2118 Fall River, MA Contact: Hilda Moniz / (Fax) The Germaine Lawrence School 18 Claremont Avenue Arlington, MA Contact: Kristin Vander Els / (Fax) Hillcrest Educational Centers, Inc. 788 South Street Pittsfield, MA Contact: Rebecca Horn / Institute for Development Disability 38 Narrows Rd Assonet, MA 02702

30 RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAMS OUT OF STATE (Continued) Julia Dyckman Andrus Memorial, Inc. 330 Madison Avenue 30th Floor New York, NY Justice Resource Institute Meadowridge 664 Stevens Road Swansea, MA Contact: Amanda Pelletier / (Fax) JRI Pelham Academy 13 Pelham Road Lexington, MA / (Fax) JRI Swansea Wood 789 Stevens Road Swansea, MA / (Fax) Lakeview Neurorehab Center 101 Highwatch Road Effingham, NH Contact: Jamie Fox / (Fax) National Mentor Healthcare 25 Thurber Blvd, Unit 1 Smithfield, RI Contact: Felicia Washington / (Fax) Palmetto Behavioral Health 601 Gregg Avenue Florence, South Carolina Contact: Lakeshia Coakley / (Fax) Perkins School for the Blind 175 North Beacon Street Watertown, Ma Contact: Martha Major / (Fax) Plantation Nursing and Rehab Center 4250 NW 5th Street Plantation Florida Protestant Guild for Human Service 411 Waverly Oaks Road Suite 104 Waltham, MA Contact: Megan McGreenery / (Fax) 29

31 RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAMS OUT OF STATE (Continued) Stetson School, Inc. 455 South Street P.O. Box 309 Barre, MA Contact: Andi Balser / (Fax) Whitney Academy, inc. P.O. Box 619 East Freetown, MA Contact: / (Fax) 30

32 CHILD PLACING AGENCY SUPPORT PROGRAM FOR KINSHIP FOSTER CARE HOMES The Department has identified and trained many DCYF/generic foster care providers who are willing to take in children at all hours of the day and night, on an emergency basis, regardless of the amount of information that is provided on the child at the time of placement. These foster care providers have agreed to replicate the level of support that the private agencies provide to their own programs. Alliance Human Services Boys Town New England Child and Family Services of Newport County Children s Friend and Services Communities for People, Inc. Community Care Services Family Resources Family Services of RI Groden Center North American Family Institute Tannerhill 31

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