Starr Commonwealth provides a wide array of services for children, teens, adults and families. From prevention and intervention, to enrichment and residential treatment, all of our programs are based on creating powerful and positive environments.
It is remarkable that, from a ramshackle barn purchased by Floyd Starr in 1913, our organization has grown to the extent that it annually impacts over 1.5 million people globally.
Scroll down to learn more about the program and services offered through Starr and it’s members.
Foster care is for children from birth to age 18 who have been removed from their families because of abuse or neglect. Many children are in need of temporary homes, and placement counselors make sure children have secure places with caring foster parents. We’re always looking for good families to care for kids in transition.
Starr’s community-based programs include foster care, in-home counseling, psychological assessments, testing, therapy and more.
Starr Albion Prep.
This traditional residential program, managed by Sequel, helps court-referred and troubled young people develop interpersonal problem-solving and cooperative learning skills in a therapeutic, group-focused setting.
Starr Detroit Academy is an open-enrollment charter school founded on the belief that all Detroit children should have the right to a rigorous college preparatory curriculum, the opportunity to recognize and develop their own strengths, and teachers who are 100 percent dedicated to their success.
Training and Professional Development
The Starr Global Learning Network offers a wealth of training courses and conferences for professionals throughout the year.
“I feel very fortunate to have the entire staff of Starr Commonwealth right beside me to overcome my many obstacles.” —Patrick
“Starr Commonwealth has helped me tremendously improve my relationship with my family.” —Mallory