Albertina Kerr offers a wide range of services for children, families and adults facing mental health challenges and developmental disabilities.

Children's Mental Health Services:

Programs, resources and services for children with developmental disabilities and mental health and behavioral challenges and support for their families.

Crisis Psychiatric Care (Subacute) Short-term residential care (usually less than two weeks) and 24-hour access to mental health professionals for children with urgent mental health crises. Kerr works to stabilize children in crisis, provide effective mental health treatment and ultimately return the child to their home or a less intense level of care.

Intensive-Community Based Treatment Services for children ages 3 to 17 at risk of being unable to stay in their home or in school due to mental health challenges. In addition to help building connections within the community to develop long-term stability, the family receives home-based therapy, skills training and a 24-hour helpline.

Outpatient Services Mental health services for children, youth, and their families provided in community settings, including homes, schools and other locations.

IDD 24-Hour Residential & Enrichment Services:

Services and programs designed to support individuals with developmental disabilities such as Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, and epilepsy, empowering them to lead fuller, self-determined lives.

Community Inclusion A program for people with developmental disabilities that gives them the opportunity to participate in the workforce, join in activities and pursue hobbies that enrich their lives, leading to increased independence and community involvement.

Adult Group Homes Twenty-eight community-based residential homes that offer 24-hour support and individual growth opportunities to adults with developmental disabilities.

Supported Living A support system for adults with developmental disabilities that provides opportunities to create their own living situation based on their needs and goals.

Youth Group Homes Fifteen group homes provide around-the-clock support and life skills training for youth ages 7 to 18 with developmental disabilities and mental health challenges that require specialized care and treatment.