Welcome to the Goldberg Center

The Goldberg Center is a trusted and established team specializing in helping children, teens, and young adults who are experiencing a wide range of struggles such as drug/alcohol abuse, school avoidance/truancy, technology, gambling, and other addictions, along with learning, emotional, physical, and cognitive challenges of all kinds.

Today’s kids are different.

For over thirty years, The Goldberg Center has benefited thousands of individuals and families who have experienced emotional struggles such as anxiety and depression, learning and attention challenges, autism, and other developmental and spectrum disorders.

Our highly-trained team understands the unique challenges facing the current generation of students and young adults and is equipped to carefully guide families through the process of identifying the best situation for each individual.

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Why The Goldberg Center?

We apply our extensive knowledge of the programs, schools, and options available for kids and young adults in need, and we work diligently to understand each individual’s unique challenges in order to pair them with the placement that will offer the best support.

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"This generation of adolescents and young adults… iGen is on the verge of the most severe mental health crisis for young people in decades. On the surface, though, everything is fine."

- Jean M. Twenge -

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Real Life Begins at 18

Real Life Begins at 18

Real life begins at 18...

Of all the ages I find the most difficult but endearing to work with it has to be the teens who are between 17 1/2 and 19. That turbulent time in-between tends to be the most stressful for families who are worried about their child being a "grown-up". 

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Who needs a consultant with the Internet’s information at our fingertips?

Who needs a consultant with the Internet’s information at our fingertips?

It is truly amazing to put a word or phrase into Google and get all of the information that one could possibly need! Really? The biggest question is:  Do we actually have all of the information by doing a search online for specialized programs and schools for our children? The answer is a resounding NO!!! But why?

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It's a matter of time...

It's a matter of time...

It’s a matter of time…

In my former life as an admissions director, we had accepted Alex into our program for September.  Alex’s parents were concerned that he had no summer plans and had been “experimenting” with alcohol and possibly drugs.  Rather

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