Grubb and Jacobson Cottages are part of the Ross Campus Residential Treatment Foster Group Care program.

Grubb cottage includes three separate wings. Grubb West and Grubb East were built in 1985, and Grubb South was added in 2000. The Grubb cottage was designed specifically to provide greater staff supervision capabilities. Each Grubb cottage includes seven enhanced beds for youth who require mid-level supervision and who are often older and more emotionally mature than some of our younger boys. Grubb is often used for youth who have the potential of entering the PILOT program and the possibility of moving on to an independent living setting

Youth Homes’ newest cottage, Jacobson, was built in 2007 and is a LEED certified building designed by Youth Homes’ staff to meet the specific needs of the youth we serve. Jacobson includes two wings — Jacobson North and Jacobson West — each with seven individual bedrooms with private bathrooms. Jacobson provides an enhanced level of care and is mostly used for younger and less emotionally mature boys.