Our Children Are in Crisis

We are dedicated to ending the drug epidemic in Western New York by empowering families to live a life free from the disease of addiction through community outreach, education, and as the only residential treatment facility for adolescents ages 12-23.


Our programming offers a full continuum of care including early intervention, stabilization, residential rehabilitation, and reintegration (regulated halfway house model).
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Stay up to date on events happening right here in our community that support outreach, educational programming, and the Renaissance Campus Facility.
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We proudly partner with schools and communities to provide no-cost proactive outreach and education through our Face2Face Program.
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As long as there is addiction, we'll be here.

3 Reasons to Choose KED

Adolescent/Young-Adult Focused

We are the only adolescent residential treatment provider in WNY serving ages 12-23. Our counselors and staff are uniquely qualified to provide treatment services for this youth population.

Locally Based

Our campus is conveniently located in West Seneca, easily accessible from the City of Buffalo and surrounding areas. We have been deeply rooted in our community for almost 30 years. Join the fight to combat the drug epidemic that’s occurring in our own backyard.

Inspiring Hope

We are dedicated to creating a supportive and proactive network to inspire hope in Western New York through events and educational programs in communities, schools, and workplaces.


Renaissance Campus Alumna

When I came to the Renaissance Campus I had hit rock bottom. I was powerless over my addiction and I was ruining my life. My family was blaming themselves for…
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Renaissance Campus Alumna

When I first came to the Renaissance Campus I was at the lowest point I have ever been in my 20 years of life. My drug use had progressed into…
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Renaissance Campus Alumnus

Before coming to Renaissance House my life was a constant battle between myself and survival. I was in constant denial of any sort of addiction and believed that I had…
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