FAMILY Adolescent Services provides extensive case management to a broad array of youth and adolescents, ages 4-24 years, including those youth in the Ulster County jail, on probation, at risk of dropping out of school, or with significant substance abuse or mental health issues. FAMILY Adolescent Services also provides youth with extensive life and vocational skills training.
FAMILY runs two transitional living programs for homeless adolescents ages 16-20 years. Midway I and Midway II assist youth to advance or complete their education, gain life and vocational skills, address any long standing issues, and become employed while in the program. Midway I in Kingston and Midway II in Ellenville are each licensed for six adolescents and when necessary their own children.
We can help if you need a place to stay and if you need support setting out on your own. We can help you connect with substance abuse treatment or counseling for emotional issues. Our case managers work with families in trouble, with young people in the county jail, and with teens in foster care. Family has both residential and nonresidential programs. Whatever your situation may be, FAMILY can either provide you with the proper services or direct you to the right place.
At FAMILY you can also learn valuable life skills and improve your job readiness. All of our programs focus on building strengths—through education, parenting workshops and on-the-job learning opportunities.
Learn more about our programs and service for Youth and Adolescents by clicking on the topics in the left side navigation or contact us:
Family of Kingston, 39 John Street, Kingston
Family of New Paltz, 51 North Chestnut St., New Paltz
Family of Ellenville, 221 Canal St., Ellenville
(845) 331-7080 / 338-2370 after hours
Program Hours: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Mon – Fri