Abbott House


Abbott House builds lasting foundations for children, families, and adults with complex needs, and empowers them with opportunities for promising futures.

The heart of our work at Abbott House is dedicated to helping human beings recover from deep trauma, or intervening to prevent and minimize trauma.

Each year, we support nearly 3,000 people, including children in foster care, unaccompanied immigrant children, struggling families, and adults with developmental disabilities in the New York Metropolitan Area and the Hudson Valley.

We build lasting foundations to support children, families, and adults with complex needs.

They frequently come to us from trauma-ridden pasts and often have lost their sense of place in the world. They come to us with the notion of a future that is stalled in the present. Our goal is to help them create a durable sense of family, home, and community, and prepare them for a promising future.

Family comes first at Abbott House. We work hard to reunite families, form new ones, and ensure that all those entrusted to our care feel a sense of belonging rooted in hope and community.

Hope is here.

100 North Broadway, Irvington