HomeBridge Youth Society is comprised of six facilities
Hawthorne House: Serves youth who identify as male, over 12 years of age, in Dartmouth.
Johnson House: Serves youth who identify as female, over 12 years of age, in Dartmouth.
Sullivan House: Serves youth who identify as female, over 12 years of age, in Halifax.
Jubien House: Serves youth over 12 years of age, in Halifax.
Reigh Allen Centre: Serves youth over 12 years of age, in Dartmouth. Reigh Allen Centre is a short-term stabilization and treatment centre.
Cogswell House: Serves youth who identify as male, over 12 years of age, in Middle Sackville.
All HomeBridge Youth Society facilities have common program characteristics, which ensure compliance with the Provincial Standards for Residential Child-Caring Facilities, however, each facility is also unique in their mandate, and the life skills programming available to the clients in their care.
HomeBridge Youth Society services youth, 12 years of age and older.
Facilities are community based and located in residential neighbourhoods.
HomeBridge Youth Society serves youth from all across Nova Scotia.
Youth must be in the care of a Child Welfare Agency to be admitted to any HomeBridge Youth Society facility.
Each facility follows and enforces a “No Smoking” policy.
Each facility offers structured and unstructured life skills programming.
All youth are expected to attend a school program whenever possible.
Facility mandates are followed closely, while striving to serve the needs of the youth presented to the Central Region as needing residential care.
““My favorite part of programming is that we go out
and have fun.”
- HomeBridge Youth