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RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT JUVENILE JUSTICE 

We believe that all youth have inherent strengths and potential, which need to be identified and developed in order to overcome negative value systems, thought processes and behaviors. For over 40 years, this program has been a resource for adjudicated and social services placed youth in need of guidance to address behavioral, emotional, chemical and mental health needs. This program uses an individualized treatment plan to identify and address risk factors. We use evidence-based practices that empower young people to invest in the process of change. Our goal is to reduce risk, stabilize behaviors and teach responsibility in order to successfully restore the young person back to the community. A typical stay is six to nine months, but can be expanded based on individual need.

THERAPEUTIC SERVICES
  • Utilize the Youth Level Services/Case Management Inventory to develop individualized treatment plan
  • Behavioral group therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Individual trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Psychiatric consultation (as needed)
  • Outpatient substance abuse treatment, based on Rule 25 assessment
SKILLS GROUPS
  • Anger management
  • Independent living skills
  • Thinking For a Change
  • Cultural education
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Social skills
  • VOICES (self-discovery & empowerment for girls)
  • Young Men’s Work (violence prevention)
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
  • Service-learning opportunities
  • Community service/restitution

 

FUNDING SOURCES
  • Title IV-E eligibility
ELIGIBILITY
  • Peer-oriented males and females with an IQ of 80+
  • Ages 12–17 (up through age 20 if under Extended Juvenile Jurisdiction)
  • 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 Residential Treatment Juvenile Justice program:

  • Please contact our admissions team at 800.644.4557 or send us an email.
  • Admissions information, added funding sources and intake packets can be found here.

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