RENAISSANCE CAMPUS

Where Teens and Families Recover From Addiction

Overview of the Campus

Renaissance Campus is a 62 bed residential treatment campus offering a continuum of care for chemically dependent adolescents and young adults.

The facilities offer a safe and supportive environment where adolescents can recover, learn responsibility, and re-enter the community with tools needed to live a drug free lifestyle.

The campus has three residences (classified by age and gender), and primarily serves the eight counties of Western New York.

 

Philosophy of the Campus

At the Renaissance Campus, we believe that chemical dependency is a treatable disease.

The disease does not discriminate against race, gender, culture or economic background.

Our treatment program is compatible with our belief that each individual has personal worth and dignity, has the ability to abstain from mood altering chemicals, and possesses the capacity to change.

We also believe that chemical dependency affects the entire family and loved ones need to become a part of the recovery process.

Our Treatment Facilities

Stepping Stones provides 16 treatment beds for females ages 12 through 20.

Renaissance House and Promise House provide 46 treatment beds for males ages 12 through 20.