Maryhurst provides residential, in-home and community-based treatment programs to children with severe emotional disabilities, most often caused by traumatic experiences of abuse and neglect. Our agency is fully licensed as a child caring, child placement and adoption service provider in Kentucky, serving more than 600 children and families each year.
Maryhurst has earned national prestige and is:
- Nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation for Children and Family Services
- A field-placement site for graduate and undergraduate study in human services
- A member of the Children's Alliance: Kentucky's voice for at risk children and their families
The Euphrasia Treatment Program provides structured group living and clincial services for up to 68 girls ages 11 to 17.
- Euphrasia Campus Program
Community-Based Treatment Homes
Treasure Home and Rosehaven are community-based treatment settings that provides and array of treatment services for adolescent girls ages 13-19.
- Treasure Home
Therapeutic Foster Care and Adoption
The Maryhurst Family Treatment Homes (FTH) program provides therapeutic foster placement for at-risk children ages birth to 21.
- Foster Care and Adoption
- Mockingbird Family Model (South End)
- Mockingbird Family Model (West End)
For more information please visit our Foster Care and Adoption page.
Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facilities
Noirmoutier Program (Rose’s Cottage and Sophie’s Cottage) - Through a joint venture with Brooklawn Child and Family Services, Maryhurst provides psychiatric residential treatment to adolescent girls ages 13-17. As an alternative to long-term psychiatric hospitalization, these programs provide intensive treatment services within a more normalized home-like setting. Children who participate in this level of care acquire skills needed to overcome emotional and behavioral challenges in their young lives and to build and maintain healthy relationships with others. Most return home following treatment.
For more information please visit our MB Care page.