AUBERLE HELPS HEAL
through residential and shelter services
SEMI-INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAMS
The GOAL (Group Oriented Adolescent Living) Program prepares young men ages 16-20 to live on their own or return to their home and/or community. Young men in the GOAL program work toward gaining independence as young adults by earning their GED or high school diploma, gaining employment and learning valuable living skills such as cooking, cleaning and budgeting.
The GATE level of programming provides girls ages 13-20 with a 24-hour, structured, safe environment. GATE programming helps girls learn how to manage their own behavior and overcome crisis while addressing any mental health concerns. The program provides experiential learning opportunities to assist in age-appropriate life skills development. Girls are educated through the public school system, have therapeutic support and are assisted in reconnecting with family members.
Bloom programming works with young women ages 16-20 who are emotionally and behaviorally stable andcan now concentrate on obtaining skills to prepare themfor independent living. Young women receive life and socialskills, GED/high school diploma and post-secondarysupport, career planning and employment support.
Every child referred to Auberle’s residential programs is able to access a wide range of services to help achieve their personal goals. Auberle offers:
Trauma-informed approach, addressing past traumatic events that may be creating barriers to success
On-site nursing care plus partnerships with Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh,Quest Diagnostics and UPMC Dental Services to address individual medical needs
Clinical, psychological and psychiatric assessments
On-site mental health and drug and alcohol treatment including: individual, group and family therapy.• Access to Auberle’s Therapeutic Challenge Course
Age-appropriate education assessments for all youth
Employment assessments and training through Auberle’s Employment Institute for youth 16 and older
Psycho-education around issues of safety, risk and healthy decision making
Education through the public school system with access to enhanced, specialized tutoring to support academic achievement
Exposure to role models through volunteers and community groups
Auberle residents 16 and older can enroll in Auberle's 412 Youth Zone program located in downtown Pittsburgh. At the 412 Youth Zone, youth can receive additional services and participate in programming
HARTMAN MALE SHELTER
Hartman Male Shelter is Auberle's Detention Diversion program designed to provide a safe and secure shelter specifically for boys ages 12-18 for 30 days or less until the proper living arrangements are made. This program provides a structured environment for boys who have been in contact with law enforcement and who are awaiting placement or return home after their next court hearing.