Residential Treatment Services: Level III
S&T WeCare residential treatment programs provide children and adolescents with a structured setting that is conducive to healing and recovery.
Our inpatient programs consist of daily therapeutic programming that provides comprehensive, 24-hour, seven days per week services to treat youth with a long-standing history of emotional and behavioral problems.
Our competent, well-trained mental health professionals provide consistency by utilizing a comprehensive continuum of care and a variety of evidence-based treatment modalities. The residential treatment programs are designed to provide intensive psychotherapy and educational services with special emphasis upon peer, family and educational issues.
What is Residential Services?
A structured environment developed to assist the child with their individual
situations, regardless if its’ sexual, substance or oppositional defiant. The family members are vital and meaningful from the stance of contributing input in all aspects of the planning, delivery
and evaluation of services. Family members and residential professionals will work together in maximize the benefits of the services rendered. Utilizing “best practice” models that include
family support, family education and family training on how to deal with the child's’ emotional and mental status.
Residential Services are intense, time based services, addressing, crisis intervention, independent living skills, skill-based intervention, individual and family counseling. In conjunction with community resources other services such as anger management, and substance abuse may be addressed during the child’s development training. Services provided are focused upon assisting in behavioral management and restoring the family to an acceptable level of functioning.
Who is Elgible?
Residential services may be appropriate for families that have a child that needs to be removed from the home due to emotional disturbance, neglect, family violence, mental illness, juvenile status offense, juvenile delinquency, or other such circumstances.