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Restoring hope, strengthening relationships, and building futures since 1910.

Through youth and family partnerships, Cathedral Home for Children utilizes a relationship based approach across our spectrum of services. Programs are focused on building relationships and promoting resiliency for at-risk youth and their families.

Our vision is to create a world of hope for youth and families.


I was at Cathedral Home for Children for about a year and I was in a really bad spot when I got there. The staff and facility helped me through a lot of rough times. I want to thank all of the staff and my close peers for all of the help that they gave me. Thank you!
— Former Resident

Our Impact

Research based and asset focused!

Kenneth Coll, Ph.D, Dean of the College of Education at the University of Nevada, Reno provides valuable research-based information to ensure the services provided to our clients has an impact.


Years Serving Youth and Families

Established under the auspices of the Episcopal Church of Wyoming in 1910; Cathedral Home for Children began as an orphanage and a refuge for homeless and dependent children.



of our residential clients showed a lower risk to others after at least 6 months of treatment.

Data is compiled using the Youth Comprehensive Risk Assessment (YRSA), a Joint Commission- ORYX approved instrument.



Youth were impacted by a program or service in 2017

By providing a broad spectrum of services to youth and families, we are able to meet the needs of youth in need of residential treatment, education, crisis care and resources to be able to make a successful transition to independent living.

We are proud to be accredited and licensed by

Cathedral Home for Children is a part of the National School Lunch program, follows HIPAA guidelines, and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.