Eliot’s Residential Programs rely on a Trauma-Informed Care foundation to deliver healthy, nurturing, and safe learning environments for youth in need of out-of-home placements.
Eliot has developed a network of innovative programs to serve the specialized needs of child and adolescent populations across the state. The range of Eliot’s social service and juvenile justice programs strive to provide youth with the values, skills, and strengths necessary to face and overcome personal challenges in a way that will enable them to lead healthy and productive lives. Eliot’s homes and residences provide a safe, structured, respectful, and educational environment designed to nurture and promote positive growth.
Juvenile Justice Residences: Delivers a residential network for court-involved youth, ages 13-21, who are in need of placement while awaiting return to court, assessment, or residential treatment. Learn more about Eliot’s Juvenile Justice Residences here.
Emergency Residence Programs: Serve children and youth referred through the Department of Children and Families in safe, homelike settings. Learn more about Eliot’s Emergency Residence Programs here.