Greystone Programs provides exceptional services and life-enriching opportunities for children, adults, and families living with Autism and other developmental disabilities. As a recognized human services provider, we offer certified residential programs and community-based / non-residential programs that include habilitation services in a five-county region of the Hudson Valley, New York. Greystone prides itself on nurturing relationships that go beyond the commonplace. We work side-by-side with program participants-as-colleagues in celebration of the wonderful diversity of the human spirit. Through New York State OPWDD certified residential programs Greystone operates 16 group homes in three counties: Dutchess, Orange, and Ulster. We are dedicated to an “aging-in-place” approach for all who reside at Greystone. Our community based services encompass a variety of habilitation programs.
We offer Community Habilitation, and Day Habilitation; as well as In-Home Behavior Therapy; Children’s Waiver Services and Family Education and Training. Additionally, we host social skills development groups, recreation programs, weekend respite, and after school and school break programs. To learn more about our residential programs or our non-residential, habilitation and community-based programs, reference the links below.
With administrative offices based in Hopewell Junction, NY, Greystone Programs provides housing and services in five counties of the Hudson Valley region of New York State. Currently, we operate 16 residential group homes in three counties –- Ulster, Dutchess, and Orange. Additionally, we offer community based / non-residential programs, which include day habilitation, Medicaid Service Coordination, in-home behavior therapy, after school & school break programs, respite, social skills training, and Bridges to Health in five counties — Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Ulster, and Columbia counties.
Greystone offers an array of community-based/non-residential services designed to enrich the lives of Individuals and families. These services include Day Habilitation and Community Habilitation; as well as In-Home Behavior Therapy; Children’s Waiver Services; and Family Education and Training (FET). Additionally, we offer recreation programs, weekend respite, and after school and school break programs at two sites that include Greystone Orange County Center, and the Annette Heslin Community Center, in Dutchess County. Also at Annette Heslin, we host a children’s social skills development group called SURPASS (Support & Understanding Regarding Play And Social Skills).
Greystone House, pictured above, opened in 1979. It was the first group home in New York State for people living with Autism. Our groundbreaking program was the first to provide residential support in a community environment. It was the first time people were taken out of traditional “institutions” and instead offered to live in cozy, welcoming surroundings.
Greystone homes are all Individualized Residential Alternatives (IRAs). Individuals living in these homes strive for self-sufficiency and meaningful work, and enjoy participating in a variety of community activities.