Germaine Lawrence, located in Arlington, Mass., provides residential treatment services in New England for troubled adolescent girls. The institution serves girls whose behaviors include school failure, suicide attempts, cutting, sexually acting out, running away, eating disorders, aggression, pyromania, and drug or alcohol abuse. It provides personalized treatment through clinical services, special education programs, and structured therapeutic milieu. It offers a continuum of services that helps girls reduce destructive behaviors, develop social skills and make progress such as to enable them to live at home or in the community safely again. Germaine Lawrence operates six treatment centers that are self-contained units with kitchen and dining facilities, lounges, classrooms, staff offices and indoor recreation space. Its main building contains library, art room, and gymnasium and exercise room.