Transitions is a Bronx-based program that provides services to school-aged youths, 4-18 years old, who exhibit behavioral difficulties. Each year, Transitions serves more than 200 students for an average of two years each. The goal is to collaborate with students and families to achieve a better educational understanding, positive opportunities, and graduate high school.
- IEP review and support
- Mentorship Programs
- Medicaid/Health Insurance Assistance
- Public Assistance
- After School Programs
- Resume Building
- Interview Preparedness
- College Informational/Open House
- School Placement Assistance
- Recreational Activities
- Referrals for: Outpatient Clinic; Housing; Summer Camp; Job Training; Case management
Only children currently in another Astor program may be eligible. Transitions is funded through The Robin Hood Foundation and the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. The program is free to qualifying youths.
As students discharge from other Astor programs, they are invited to participate in Transitions.
For more information or to make a referral to this program, contact:
Kevin Catnott, MA
Tel: (646) 761-3212
Email: Please use our Program Contact Form »
Program brochure (PDF file)
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- Care Management
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- Counseling Centers
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- Day Treatment
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- Lawrence F. Hickey Center for Child Development (Little Red School House)
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- Prevention Services
Time-limited, evidence-based model that utilizes a home-based approach to address both the concrete and clinical needs of the child and the family.
- Residential Programs
The Residential Treatment program is a therapeutic out-of-home placement serving children aged 5–13 who have emotional challenges that exceed community-based interventions. The program is located in Rhinebeck, NY, and accepts children from all counties of New York State.
Residential Treatment Center
Residential Treatment Facility
- School-Based Behavioral Health Treatment (SBBHT)
Services provided to schools in New York City.
- Serving Youth iN Their Communities (SYNC)
Through supportive skill-building and clinical services, SYNC helps to build a strong foundation so that youth and families can be active and productive members of their communities
Provides services to school-aged youths, 4-18 years old, who exhibit behavioral difficulties in order to promote academic stability and successful promotion to the next grade level.