Three Rivers Youth promotes professional best practices and benchmarks outcomes resulting from its innovative programming and services, including: comprehensive services for youth in group home settings; in-home and community based services, family counseling; emergency shelter for court-referred, homeless, and runaway youth; street outreach to homeless and runaway youth; and educational support services that promote high school graduation with proficiency in core subjects and higher education.
Education, family engagement, and community services are priorities that are interwoven throughout Three Rivers Youth’s community based and residential programs and services, which served over 1,000 youth and family members in 2012.
Family Partnership Program. Providing in-home crisis intervention, crisis prevention and support services, TRY works to strengthen and empower struggling youth and their families.
Shelter Services. Operating an emergency shelter and a shelter for runaway and at-risk youth, TRY provides comprehensive therapeutic services and crisis intervention for females ages 13-18. A 24-hour hotline for runaway and homeless youth is available at (412) 243-5638.
Group Homes. Serving youth, ages 13-18, who have been court-ordered into out-of-home placement, our three community-based group homes provide safe holistic residential services in a homelike setting, including educational support, therapeutic care, counseling, and life skills.
New Programs. Expanded foster care and enhanced mental health services are programs currently under development, scheduled for launch in 2014.