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90/120

This intervention is offered to youth for 90 to 120 days. It focuses on behavior management, thinking errors, skill-building and, if needed, treatment for substance abuse/dependency. The intervention allows time to stabilize behaviors in order to identify individual risk areas, strengths and goals to increase the likelihood of a young person’s successful return to the community. Young people are challenged to take personal responsibility for their actions and develop and practice pro-social skills.

 

THERAPEUTIC SERVICES
  • Utilize the Youth Level Services/Case Management Inventory to develop individualized treatment plan
  • Behavioral group therapy
  • Outpatient substance abuse treatment, based on Rule 25 assessment
SKILLS GROUPS
  • Introduction to anger management
  • Independent living skills
  • Cultural education
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Social skills
  • VOICES (self-discovery & empowerment for girls)
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES WOODLAND HILLS ACADEMY
  • IEP or personal education plan
  • Credit recovery
CULTURAL/SPIRITUAL AWARENESS
  • Non-denominational spiritual services
ADDITIONAL SERVICES
  • Animal husbandry (4-H) and gardening
  • Transition planning
  • Community service/restitution
FUNDING SOURCES
  • Title IV-E eligibility
ELIGIBILITY
  • Peer-oriented males and females with an IQ of 80+
  • Ages 12–18
  • Youth involved with juvenile justice or social service systems (voluntary placements through social services are also considered)
  • Youth displaying conduct or opposition behaviors
MAKE A REFERRAL

To make a referral to our 90/120 program:

  • Admissions information, added funding sources and intake packets can be found here.