Residential Treatment

Randolph Children’s Home — Nestled in the rolling foothills of the Allegany Mountains in Randolph, NY, 20 minutes east of Jamestown, the Randolph Children’s Home is "a natural place for change." Randolph Children’s Home provides co-ed residential treatment for 60 children between the ages of 8 and 21. Services are provided in a normative culture group approach. Clinical services include individual, group and family therapy. Integrated service planning includes clinical case management, general recreation, life skills, and medical and psychiatric services. Specialized services include internationally accredited Adventure-based Recreation and Equestrian Programming. Mental health services include alcohol and substance abuse services; the treatment of attachment disorders; recovery from trauma, sexual abuse and sexually reactive behaviors, and the management of aggressive behaviors. Educational services are provided through the Randolph Academy, a special education public school located on grounds of Randolph Children’s Home. Referrals are accepted through a county’s Department of Social Services (Family Court Order or Voluntary Surrender to County) or through a school district’s Committee on Special Education.

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Contact: Ed Krieger, Admissions Coordinator, (716) 358-3636, ext. 279, or Mark Wickerham, Randolph Children’s Home and Community-Based Residences Director, (716) 358-3636, ext. 291, 356 Main Street ER, Randolph, NY 14772.

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Wyndham Lawn Home for Children — Modern, comfortable cottages on a 70-acre parklike campus provide Wyndham’s staff with an excellent environment for building strong relationships with the youth and families they serve. This facility provides co-ed residential treatment for 48 children between the ages of 12-21 in Lockport, NY. Services include counseling, clinical case management, therapeutic recreation, life skills, and medical and psychiatric services. Educational services are provided on-grounds at the Henrietta G. Lewis Campus School, a private school operated by Wyndham Lawn. Referrals are accepted through a county’s Department of Social Services (Family Court Order or Voluntary Surrender to County) or through a school district’s Committee on Special Education.

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Contacts: Ed Gargala, Residential Services Director (716) 433-4487, ext. 469, or Chuck Wagner, Campus Life Director (716) 433-4487, ext. 462, 6395 Old Niagara Road, Lockport, NY 14094.

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Titan House Evaluation and Treatment Services — Titan House provides evaluation and treatment services for hard-to-place youth. Services are provided on the campus of Wyndham Lawn Home for Children in Lockport, NY.

Titan I serves youth ages 6 to 12. Youth ages 5, 13 and 14 may be considered based on individual needs. Titan II serves youth ages 13-17. Youth with an IQ less than 65 (within the same age ranges) will be considered on an individual basis.

In both Titan I and Titan II, there are two packages of services:

1.90-day evaluation-focused placement. Includes:

  • Psychiatric assessment
  • Psychoeducational evaluation
  • Socio-emotional assessment
  • Substance abuse evaluation
  • Placement with short-term treatment (stabilization, behavioral management)
  • Recommendations for continued treatment and placement

2. Placement focused on individualized, trauma-focused treatment and/or individual special needs.  
The appropriate length of stay is determined collaboratively by the county, family and New Directions staff based on need and progress.
Includes:

  • Psychiatric assessment
  • Psychoeducational evaluation
  • Socio-emotional assessment
  • Substance abuse evaluation and treatment as needed for youth 12 and older

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Contact: Margaret Flannery, Titan House Clinical Director, (716) 433-4487, ext. 514; Fax 433-9171, 6395 Old Niagara Rd., Lockport, NY 14094.

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