Therapeutic Group Homes

There are three group homes: Main Street House (MSH), Clift House (CH) and Gray Farm House (GFH). Each has intensive staff levels and services provided within a 24/7 home-like milieu. The CT Department of Children and Families’ Behavioral Health Services Division refers youth from higher levels of care settings to Main Street House and Gray Farm House to receive specialized clinical services and support.   Our therapeutic group homes provide trauma-informed services.

Each of the three therapeutic group homes provides treatment services by a professional staff consisting of: full-time Program Director, a full-time master’s level clinician, part-time clinical consultant, half-time registered nurse, part-time psychiatrist, two full-time residential supervisors, youth coaches, and residential assistants.  Education is a major emphasis of all our programs

MainSH250.jpgMain Street House

This therapeutic group home is located in the small, coastal village of Noank, Connecticut in the midst of Noank village, a tranquil setting supplements the culture of this therapeutic program.

Main Street House has five bedrooms which afford each resident her own room. The young women in this program, ages 14 to 18 attend local schools or clinical day school classes.


HSH250.jpgClift House

Located in the beautiful seaside town and historic district of Mystic, CT, Clift House is a spacious old Greek Revival home.

We provide services here for pregnant and parenting teens and their children.


GraySH.jpgGray Farm House

Opened in February of 2006, this therapeutic group home is located on four wooded acres in a rural section of Ledyard, CT. The program services young women ages 14-18. The property provides plenty of space for outdoor sports and recreation as well as for quiet time outdoors that the residents need from time to time.