Provides housing and comprehensive therapeutic services for youth (12 to 18 years of age) who require a structured environment due to behavioral and emotional difficulties.
Don Bosco Hall's Community Resource Center
Empowering children, youth and their families to reach their fullest potential through targeted supportive services, programs and youth development activities.
Supervised Independent Living Program
Provides supportive services for older teenagers who need assistance as they prepare for independence. Services in the areas of employment, career planning, interpersonal skills and housing are provided.
Transitional Living Programs
Provides unique and innovative approaches to assist young people in becoming independent and self-supportive (e.g. - employability skills, job placement, life skills and financial management).
Community Enrichment Programs
Provides preventative services to children and youth through community counseling, tutoring, recreation and cultural arts services.
Don Bosco Hallís Eagle Program
The DBH Eagle Program is an intensive, short-term intervention for adjudicated male-youth. The goal of the program is to assist young men and their families in successfully returning the youth home, if possible or securing the most appropriate setting upon program completion.