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The journey to adulthood starts here.

Every young person has a unique story.

That’s where we begin.

At Ivy Street, we support neurodivergent youth through a person-centered model that is driven by collaboration, a willingness to think big, and a commitment to really knowing the young people we serve. Across our educational, residential, and community-based programs, we support adolescents and young adults with disabilities by creating the therapeutic conditions that allow them to thrive. Our approach is evidence-based, trauma-informed, and laser-focused on strengthening healing, deepening community, building skills and accelerating motivation for a successful adulthood.

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Ivy Street’s 2024 Pratt Lecture will feature Lydia XZ Brown

Ivy Street is thrilled to welcome Lydia X.Z. Brown, for the next Suzanne and John Pratt Lecture Series on Tuesday, March 5, 2024, at WBUR CitySpace, 890 Commonwealth Avenue in Boston, starting at 5:00 p.m. Join us for this FREE event where Lydia X. Z. Brown will present on Disability Justice Informing Communities of Practice. 

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