About DePaul

Welcome
DePaul is a private not-for-profit organization committed to providing quality services to the elderly, persons with mental illness, and those with a history of homelessness, as well as addiction, prevention and treatment programs; and programs for persons with developmental disabilities. DePaul was founded in Rochester, New York in 1958 as a child guidance center. Formerly a not-for-profit subsidiary of the Catholic Family Center, DePaul was originally established to meet the mental health needs of children in the Diocesan School District. Today, DePaul offers services in 21 counties across two states. DePaul operates over 2,600 beds and employs more than 1,900 individuals.

Our Mission
DePaul, a progressive, not-for-profit organization founded in 1958, is committed to providing quality residential, rehabilitation and treatment services to the elderly, persons with mental illness in recovery, and those with a history of homelessness; as well as, addiction, prevention and treatment programs and services for persons with developmental disabilities. DePaul assists individuals in achieving their optimum level of independence and success in the environment of their choice, while remaining sensitive to assessed community needs and available resources.