Renaissance Campus

Your rotation in adolescent addiction takes place at this 62-bed residential treatment campus.

Renaissance House sign.

Renaissance Campus provides long-term treatment for adolescents and young adults ages 12 to 20.

The campus consists of:

  • Renaissance House, a 30-bed intensive treatment facility for boys ages 12-17
  • Stepping Stones, a 16-bed girls’ residence that combines inpatient and continuum of care programs
  • Promise House, a 16-bed continuum of care residence for boys ages 18-20

A not-for-profit organization that serves Western New York’s eight-county region, Renaissance Campus offers a cycle of therapeutic activities designed to help patients understand chemical dependency, recover from addiction and build the skills to live drug-free.

Since the Campus opened in 1991, its staff and faculty have helped more than 1,000 teens.

The campus also houses an academic center.

Training

During your four-week rotation in adolescent addiction, you’ll contribute to all aspects of addiction care with a team that includes the Renaissance Campus’ medical director, case counselors and child and adolescent consulting psychiatrists.

Rotation

Faculty

  • 1 full-time departmental faculty

Patient Population

  • adolescents and young adults ages 12-20
  • patients drawn from 8-county region