Crittenton provides comprehensive support services to help women and families thrive. By using an array of residential, counseling, education, treatment, and preventative services, we work to break cycles of trauma, neglect and abuse. These programs and services are specifically designed to support the health, safety, and futures of our clients as they are counseled and empowered. All our residential programs have 24/7 staff on-site and licensed social workers and case managers assigned to each resident.
Our oldest and largest program designed to provide security, stability and healing for pregnant mothers of all ages. We offer access to prenatal and healthcare, counseling, vocational and educational services, parenting and childbirth education and case management. Learn more
A residential parenting program educating young mothers in foster care ages 14-20 how to build a better future for themselves and their child. We provide parenting education, early childhood development, education support, counseling, and independent living skills. Learn more
Both mother and child must be in DSS custody.
A residential program for adolescent girls in DSS custody providing the skills and resources they need to thrive independently once they age out of the foster care system. We offer programming that helps develop educational, vocational, life and social skills that encourage positive long term life outcomes. Learn more
Our Aftercare program provides continued support for clients who have participated in our Maternity or Sarah’s House programs. A social worker conducts home visits for clients after they have transitioned to living independently in the community and provides counseling, resources, and support. Learn more
If you are interested in one of our programs or want to learn more about services we offer, please contact our Admissions Coordinator, Alina at 704-372-4663