The Day Treatment Program at Southern Peaks Regional Treatment Center operates out of the year-round, on-site, Phoenix Academy. Students receive educational services for at least six hours each day and 30 hours per week. The Phoenix Academy is a non-public, facility school approved by the Colorado Department of Education. The school is staffed by licensed teachers, and special education services are provided to students as needed. Enrollment in the SPRTC Day Treatment Program is initiated through the parent/guardian and the local school district of residence. Other pertinent team members involved with the student such as caseworkers, therapists, and probation officers may also be involved. Students must meet qualifications to be enrolled in the program. Typically, transportation is provided by the local school district of residence. Length of time in the Day Treatment Program depends on student performance and growth related to treatment goals.
Located on the campus of Woodridge Interventions, Naperville Bridge School serves up to 50 youth from Naperville School District 203. Naperville offers two different educational programs for youth with special education and alternative service needs. The Naperville Bridge Day School is a non-public educational program designed to serve up to 30 youth, ages 14 through 21 (grades 9-12), who have a primary eligibility of emotionally disabled, behavior disordered, or other health impaired and may have a secondary eligibility established due to a learning disability. The Naperville Alternative Learning Opportunity Program (ALOP) is a non-public educational program designed to serve up to 20 youth, ages 14-18, who are at risk of academic failure. Students in grades 9 through 12 who meet enrollment criteria established by Naperville District 203 and who meet the definition of “at risk of academic failure” are eligible to participate in the ALOP program.
Located in the Englewood community on the south side of Chicago, Southwood Interventions offers outpatient services designed for individuals who are struggling to cope with addiction, yet are able to remain at home, are capable of continuing with work or school, and are not assessed as needing a higher level of care such as detox or other inpatient treatment. Level I (Outpatient) Level II (Intensive Outpatient) and DUI re-evaluation and treatment are offered.
Located in DuPage County in the western suburbs of Chicago, Woodridge Interventions offers outpatient services designed for individuals who are struggling to cope with addiction, yet are able to remain at home, are capable of continuing with work or school, and are not assessed as needing a higher level of care such as detox or other inpatient treatment. The outpatient programs utilize the principles of 12 Step Recovery while incorporating a variety of evidenced based clinical treatment methods to help each patient make the transition into a continued sober lifestyle. Level I (Outpatient) and Level II (Intensive Outpatient) are offered.
Serving the Lehigh Valley for over 30 years, Lehigh Valley Community Programs offer a wide variety of services for at-risk youth and their families in Lehigh and Northampton Counties and have recently expanded into Montgomery County. The program works with adolescents ranging in age from 10-19 and specializes in working with parents in multiple capacities. Services vary by county but can include Family Structure Restoration, Visit Coaching and Aggression Replacement Training®. The average length of care ranges from 3 to 6 months with frequency of contact in the home ranging from 1 day a week to 6 days a week. The goal of the program is to provide treatment, education, and support to meet each youth and family’s individualized needs.
Cumberland County, PA
A community based in-home treatment service for court-involved youth and their families, Non-Residential Treatment (NRT) works with both delinquent and dependent male and female youth, up to the age of 21 who are amenable to treatment and can be maintained safely in the community. The program is committed to strengthening overall structure and cohesion in the home, improving parent/child communication skills and teaching responsible decision making skills. Weekly individual and family sessions are supplemented with additional mentoring and/or case management services, to include job searching, community service, drug testing, and curfew monitoring.
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In effort to continue the success achieved while in residential treatment, the Preparation for Adolescent Transition to Home (PATH) Program is a comprehensive re-entry program for juveniles that begins at admission into a residential program and continues upon their return to the community for a period of five months. PATH aims to reduce the risk of recidivism by using a cognitive behavioral approach that encourages youth to develop and integrate the pro-social skills and behaviors they learned while in residential placement while enhancing protective factors within the home and community.
Available in Pennsylvania (Cumberland, Delaware and Montgomery Counties)
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The Abraxas Emergency PATH Program is a short-term, re-entry track for juveniles that have been placed in emergency shelter/congregate care. Within 24 hours of receiving a referral, the PATH case manager will begin assessing needs/concerns and coordinate multiple meetings with the juvenile and the family to help facilitate an effective transition home. Additionally, these PATH services will continue upon their return home to monitor and provide support to the juvenile and family. PATH uses a cognitive behavioral approach that encourages youth to make positive changes in their thoughts, feelings and behaviors. Additionally, PATH helps strengthen key competencies in parents to help them nurture and better manage their child’s challenging behaviors. Available in Pennsylvania in Cumberland County.
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The Abraxas Community PATH Program is designed to help youth be successful in their community by partnering with probation and providing intensive in-home and community based services. Available in Pennsylvania in Delaware and Montgomery Counties.
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WorkBridge is a community based program for any youth between the ages of 10-21 involved with the Allegheny County Juvenile Court. WorkBridge provides referred youth the opportunity to obtain meaningful employment, complete court ordered community service, and/or pay court ordered restitution. The WorkBridge stipend program allows youth between the ages of 10-15 to participate in community service in exchange for a stipend which pays their restitution. The WorkBridge community service program links youth of any age with a community service site in their community in order for the youth to complete court ordered community service. The WorkBridge employment initiative provides youth age 16-21 job training workshops and assists with finding meaningful employment and career exploration.
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