Education and Vocation
Addressing school-based challenges, providing therapeutic education and increasing each youth’s potential for academic success.
Hillside partners with families to help provide individualized education services that address the broad challenges children can face when it comes to learning, academic success and graduation. We collaborate with community partners, the New York State Education Department and local school districts to offer academic and vocational education, mental health treatment and behavioral support in a therapeutic, caring environment. In addition, the nationally Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection gives at-risk youth essential support and training that helps them stay in high school and achieve their goals of graduation, college and career.
Read about Hillside's new proposed Wellness Policy here.
- O'Conner/Hillside Day Treatment
- Creekside Day Treatment
- Day Treatments
- Hillside Campus Schools
- Andrews-Trahey School (at Hillside's Monroe Avenue Campus)
- Crestwood Campus School
- Finger Lakes Campus School
- Snell Farm School
- Hillside Work Scholarship Connection
- Kinship Caregiver Program
- Stepping Stones Day Program
Seeing Results Everyday at Hillside
The ultimate measure of Hillside's partnerships with youth, families and communities lies in the long-term success for those we serve. Read more in our current Outcomes Report.
Funding provided in part by the New York State Office of Mental Health, school districts in the areas we serve, and Generous Donors Like You
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Our Approach & Results:
Hillside’s impact on youth, families and communities is seen everyday in ways large and small. Hillside services and programs are data-driven, leveraging research and ongoing evaluation to continuously improve and innovate how we partner with youth, families, and the community towards real solutions. Hillside is committed to incorporating data-driven methods into all of our work, putting us at the forefront of human services and providing programs make a difference. See how this program, and others, are making an impact: