Cambia Hills is expanding to the Metro area
Cambia Hills of East Bethel will be Minnesota’s first purpose-built psychiatric residential treatment facility (PRTF) for children living with severe emotional disturbance. The facility will provide a range of comprehensive services to treat the psychiatric condition of youth on an inpatient basis under the direction of a physician.
Learn More about the difference between a PRTF and a residential treatment facility.
Cambia Hills was selected by the Minnesota Department of Human Services to be one of three providers to open a PRTF. The facility will open in 2020.
Read our latest blog on our groundbreaking ceremony.
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Cambia Hills of East Bethel is:
Different by Design
We have created a healing environment for children and their families. We strive to provide a “life changing experience” for them. We promise a safe, supportive, and fun environment that treats kids like kids and families as important members of the
Our clinical services utilizes evidence-based interventions. Our comprehensive individual assessments drive developmentally appropriate and culturally responsive services.
Relationships are a key vehicle of change. Our comprehensive spectrum of programming draws children in with fun, supportive, and engaging activities. The campus provides opportunities for animal husbandry, arts, recreational sports, gardening, and community outings. The activities create an environment where trust, relationship building, and clinical progress can take place. The campus is located on 37 acres just 30 minutes from the Twin Cities on Highway 65.
We have partnered with Intermediate School District Metro 916 to provide an integrated and seamless treatment/ educational experience. Northeast Metro’s highly trained and licensed staff provide specialized programs and services to meet the individual educational needs of children with disabilities.
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