Vaughan Thorpe, with fellow Harlem Justice Community Program graduate Cadeem Gibbs, appeared on Fox 5 Good Day Street Talk on August 2 alongside Charles Davis of The Children’s Village. First-time film maker Vaughan Thorpe wrote and directed the docudrama One Last Chance. Set in the Harlem community, the story depicts More Info
Dobbs Ferry Campus
Keeping Children Safe and Families Together
When a teen first gets into trouble, it can be the beginning of a downward spiral, one that parents or guardians are sometimes ill equipped to halt. Often, a short stay away from home and negative peers, with intensive support from professionals, can turn things around.
The Children’s Village’s Dobbs Ferry campus provides short-term residential programs for more than 1,000 children and youth annually. This campus, which is located just 35 minutes from New York City, includes 180 acres of rolling hills an d woods, a state-of-the-art recreation center with an indoor pool, a 24/7 medical clinic, a K to 12 New York State school, and a full staff of clinical professionals. In addition, various supports like our Mentoring, Chapel, and work training programs provide youth with endless opportunities for success.
|Dobbs Ferry Programs|
|Name of Program||Service Provided|
|Residential Treatment Center||A structured, enriched program for youth with behavioral and/or emotional problems|
|Jackson Rapid Intervention Center||Diagnostic services and short-term treatment for youth in temporary crisis|
|Transitional Residence for Alien Children||Short-term residence for minors who have come to the U.S. without guardians|
|Family Court Assistance||Short-term non-secure detention program for youth awaiting a court decision on permanent placement|
|Greenburgh 11 Union Free School District||Provides education for youth residing on CV’s campus as well as to day students who can benefit from the specialized instruction|
|Affordable Housing||112 affordable housing units located just off The Children’s Village residential campus|