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CHISHOLM 30

This short-term program is a cost-effective resource designed to reduce the need for further out-of-home placement for court- and social service-placed youth. We recognize that needs vary by individual and as such, we offer a 14–20, or 21–30 day program option. Chisholm 30 challenges youth and teaches responsibility through its cognitive behavioral approach.

 

SERVICES
  • Consequence-based work component
  • Utilize the Youth Level Services/Case Management Inventory to develop individualized treatment plan
  • Behavioral group meeting
  • Skills groups
  • Leisure/recreation opportunities
  • Animal husbandry and gardening
  • Cultural activities
  • Family visitation
  • Spiritual awareness
  • Transition planning
  • Transportation assistance upon intake/discharge
  • Discharge summary with recommendations
FUNDING SOURCE

Title IV-E eligibility

ELIGIBILITY
  • Peer-oriented males and females with an IQ of 80+
  • Ages 12–17
  • Youth involved with juvenile justice or social service systems (voluntary placements through social services are also considered)
  • Youth displaying conduct or oppositional behaviors
MAKE A REFERRAL

To make a referral to our Chisholm 30 program:

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