[ the power to change. ] Power. And change. At our lowest points, what would we give for either? Or both.
For over 75 years, Villa of Hope has been helping youth and their families regain control over lives that seem like they are lost. With the help of a team of fiercely dedicated staff members, you can rebuild relationships, recover the potential that we all possessed before, and renew your power to move your life in a positive direction.
Smart Schools Investment Plan
Villa of Hope recently received $21,165 for educational technology capital projects to improve learning and opportunity for students with disabilities from New York State as part of their Smart Schools Bond Act of 2018. Our most pressing need at the school is the installation of smart projectors with projector-friendly dry erase boards. But, we want to hear from you!
Details of the project and the full draft of the Smart Schools Investment Plan can be found by clicking here. Please send any thoughts, comments, or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Smart Schools Plan” in the subject. Villa of Hope will provide an opportunity for parents and other community members to learn more about the plan and share their feedback during the following open house:
Monday, November 5th
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
3300 Dewey Avenue
Education Complex Room (Campus School)
We appreciate your support of educational technology initiatives at Villa of Hope.
AS SEEN ON TV:
The Villa has been awarded $2.14 million to build a new medically supervised withdrawal and stabilization treatment facility. Offering services from age 16 through adult, this will be the first community agency in Monroe County offering inpatient detox for adolescents. The Villa will also offer transition into specialized post-detox programs.
Here are some links to recent media coverage:
Democrat & Chronicle story
WROC News 8 coverage
WHEC News 10 story
13 WHAM News coverage
13 WHAM Parent perspective on need
Spectrum News coverage
WXXI News coverage
Interested in NARCAN training and kits?
Call Stacey Gray at 865-1550 x110 or email here.
For information about adolescent substance use, please visit our Behavioral Health Services page.