Regions

Regions

Monroe

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Monroe, Ontario, Seneca, Wayne and Yates counties

Quick Facts
  • 1,466 Employees
  • 4 Hillside Children’s Center Outpatient Mental Health Facilities
  • 2 Hillside Children’s Center Family Resource Center Sites
  • 3 Hillside Children’s Center Day Treatment Sites
  • 6 Hillside Children’s Center Individual Residential Alternative Group Homes (41 beds)
  • 2 Hillside Children’s Center Non-Secure Detention Facilities (20 beds)
  • 3 Hillside Children’s Center Residential Sites
    • Crestwood Campus, Monroe County (26 beds)
    • Monroe Campus, Monroe County (90 beds)
    • Varick Campus, Seneca County (106 beds)
  • 21 Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection Sites within Monroe County schools
Number of Families Served, by Service
  • Adoption: 63
  • Adult and Children's Health Homes+: 801
  • Customized: 35
  • Day Treatment Education: 395
  • Developmental Disabilities: 156
  • Early Childhood Development: 664
  • Family Development: 563
  • Family Finding: 117
  • Foster Care: 97
  • Home- and Community-Based Services: 284
  • Non-Secure Detention: 248
  • Outpatient Treatment: 1,719
  • Residential Treatment: 408
  • Youth Development: 3,338

Monroe Region Total*: 7,994


Central

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Broome, Cayuga, Chenango, Cortland, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Madison, Lawrence, Tioga, and Tompkins counties

Quick Facts
  • 448 Employees
  • 3 Hillside Children’s Center Community-Based Team Offices
  • 1 Hillside Children’s Center Day Treatment Site
  • 1 Hillside Children’s Center Residential Campus in Auburn (56 beds)
  • 1 Stillwater Children’s Center Residential Campus in Greene (18 beds)
  • 13 Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection sites within the Syracuse City School District
  • 1 Site each in the Rome, Binghamton and Union-Endicott School Districts
Number of Families Served, by Service
  • Adoption: 28
  • Adult and Children's Health Homes+: 466
  • Customized: 74
  • Day Treatment Education: 53
  • Family Development: 81
  • Foster Care: 66
  • Home- and Community-Based Services: 224
  • Outpatient Treatment: 19
  • Residential Treatment: 160
  • Youth Development: 1,680

Central Region Total*: 2,709


Western

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Erie, Genesee, Livingston, Niagara, Orleans, and Wyoming counties

Quick Facts
  • 238 Employees
  • 6 Hillside Children’s Center Community-Based Team Offices
  • 3 Hillside Children’s Center Individual Residential Alternative Group Homes (19 beds)
  • 6 Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection Sites within the Buffalo Public School District

Number of Families Served, by Service

  • Adoption: 46
  • Adult and Children's Health Homes+: 207
  • Customized: 113
  • Developmental Disabilities: 62
  • Early Childhood Development: 161
  • Family Development: 271
  • Foster Care: 296
  • Home- and Community-Based Services: 259
  • Youth Development: 768

Western Region Total*: 2,064


Greater Washington

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Quick Facts
  • 37 Employees
  • 9 Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection Sites within Prince George’s County, MD, Public School District
  • 1 Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection Site in Washington, DC
Number of Families Served, by Service
  • Youth Development
    • Prince George’s County: 1,070
    • Washington, DC: 92

Capital Region Total: 1,162


Southern Tier

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Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Allegany, Steuben, Chemung, and Schuyler counties

Quick Facts
  • 118 Employees
  • 1 Snell Farm Children’s Center campus in Bath
  • 3 Hillside Children's Center Community-Based Team Offices
  • 1 Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection site in Salamanca
Number of Families Served, by Service
  • Adult and Children's Health Homes+: 309
  • Customized: 26
  • Foster Care: 71
  • Home- and Community-Based Services: 77
  • Residential Treatment: 49
  • Youth Development: 11

Southern Tier Region Total*: 522


+ Adult Health Homes only includes clients actively enrolled.
* Totals are less than the sum of all service numbers because many families have children enrolled in multiple programs.

All information on this page is accurate as of June 30, 2017, and excerpted from the Hillside Family of Agencies 2017 Annual Report.