Lincoln Hall, established in 1863 and located in New York City, is a residential center that provides treatment and assisted living services to court-adjudicated male adolescents. It offers services for substance abuse, health care and community education. The other services of the center include treatment for mental illnesses and psychological care. The center organizes various alcohol and drug prevention programs, housing, employment and counseling. The center also provides a wide range of recreational and sports activities, including football, handball, soccer, basketball, weightlifting, softball, swimming, running and table games. It additionally offers 24-hour health care assistance to the community members. The organization has offices in Long Island, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse and Schenectady, N.Y.