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Everyone deserves to reach their full potential.

St. Joseph’s Villa offers a wide range of integrated services for children and families struggling with physical, intellectual and developmental disabilities, special education needs, mental illness and homelessness. We impact 3,000 lives each year, on and off our campus.

Our services include:

Since the Villa was founded in 1834, we have been open to children and families in need 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our work is centered on the belief that every individual we serve has hope for a bright future.

Recent News

Season of Hope 2022

Brighten a child's holidays during the Villa's Season of Hope

As you prepare to celebrate the holidays with those special to you, please join us in spreading hope to our community’s most vulnerable children and families through our 2022 Season

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Youth Mental Health

Understanding the Youth Mental Health Crisis: Livestream Panel Discussion

DID YOU KNOW... During the COVID-19 pandemic, 37% of high school students reported they experienced poor mental health. LGBTQ+ youth are 4x more likely to attempt suicide than their peers. In the U.S., there

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Oshun and Flagler team

Housing with Hope: Oshun turns lived experience with homelessness into action

Oshun had barely finished high school before facing nights sleeping on the street. Kicked out of her parents’ home at 18 years old, she was left to assume responsibility for

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