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Serving Youth & Families Since 1880
Serving Youth & Families Since 1880

Therapeutic Group Homes

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Our Goals

  • To help each youth overcome the pain of abuse and neglect, and grow toward responsible adulthood and self-sufficiency
  • To return each youth to his or her family whenever possible
  • To assist each youth in achieving individually targeted goals, including social, emotional, behavioral, moral and physical development
  • To help each youth achieve self-sufficiency with appropriate life skills as well as educational and vocational success

Our Services

  • Twenty-four hour residential care and supervision
  • Clinical assessment and individualized treatment
  • Individual, group and family therapy
  • Educational assessment, planning, coordination and support services
  • Educational placement in local public schools, or specialized private schools
  • Specialized tutoring and vocational evaluation and training, as needed
  • Psychiatric consultation and evaluation
  • Therapeutic recreation within the group home and community as well as opportunities to develop personal recreational pursuits and hobbies
  • Participation in cultural activities within the community

Our Locations

  • Academy House for adolescent males in Mt. Lebanon, PA
  • Brighton House for adolescent females in Brighton Heights
  • McMurray House for adolescent females in McMurray, PA
  • Negley House for adolescent females in East Liberty

TRY accepts referrals for residential care from the Allegheny County Department of Human Services, Office of Children, Youth and Families.
Three Rivers Youth Alumni
Jade Carter and Ashley Super are shining examples of youth who transitioned from Three Rivers Youth’s care to become self-sufficient and thrive in adulthood.
US Army PFC Jade Carter
Presented at the 2013 Nellie Leadership Awards Gala