The Kids Escaping Drugs Campaign raises funds to support the Renaissance Campus. The Campus continues to serve as Western New York’s only long term residential treatment facility for teens addicted to drugs and alcohol. The Campus has 62 patient beds (46 for boys, 16 for girls) and we consistently operate at capacity. While in residence, patients have access to individual, group and family therapies, as well as the opportunity to continue their educational studies in accordance with their home school district. The Campus is a NYS certified GED testing center and we have an extensive vocational training and placement program for alumni and clients about to leave the program, as well as our Face to Face education outreach program. The West Seneca Campus was built solely through contributions from the Western New York community, including foundation and business grants as well as individual donations. All donations secured through the Kids Escaping Drugs Campaign directly benefit the Renaissance Campus patients, community education and early intervention.