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Child & Family Development

Our vibrant child care and preschool programs, with multiple locations, as well as our Family Resource Center, provide dedicated and much-needed support to children and families. Learn More


Child Welfare & Well-being

Our Transitional Therapeutic Home and Supervised Apartment Living programs provide a safe shelter for kids in foster care who are between homes or beginning to transition to the next phase in life. Learn More


Our History

What began as a refuge for unwed mothers and an adoption agency over 125 years ago, is now a robust organization that thrives on the advocacy for children and keeping families together. Learn More


Board of Directors

Crittenton is governed by a dedicated Board of Directors whose qualifications and decision-making help lead and grow our agency. Learn More


Our Staff

Our highly talented and experienced staff provide compassionate, person-centered, and dedicated care to all those we serve. Learn More



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Design & Dine

Crittenton Center’s Annual Fundraiser showcases local designers, selfie stations, and great food for a great cause. It’s the biggest party of the year! Come join us! Learn More


Volunteer Opportunities

Want to make an impact on a child’s life through meaningful activities? Become a volunteer today! Learn More


Upcoming Events

Crittenton Center hosts an array of fun events for the whole family. Check out any upcoming educational, inspirational, and FUN activities we have in store for you! Learn More

16.5 - 21 years old

Taking on the World

Our Supervised Apartment Living (SAL) is a foster care program in which young adults ages 16.5-21 live first in a group-like setting on Crittenton Center’s campus. On campus, also known as the Cluster Site, the young adults have a newly remodeled kitchen, shared housekeeping responsibilities, and rooms like a dormitory. While in the program, youth learn independent living skills, receive monthly stipends, and are supported in obtaining their high school diploma and/or gaining employment. As they develop skills, they live more independently in a suitable housing setting while maintaining the same benefits.

On our Crittenton Campus, we are building six Tiny Homes to serve as a gateway of independence for these young adults before they enter the world. The houses will contain everything needed to function as a first home: bedrooms, bathrooms, fully working kitchens, front porches, and a private entry. Here, they will learn to maintain their household while having the safekeeping of their Crittenton Caseworker nearby, should they need assistance. We expect to break ground in the fall of 2023.

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