Adolescent & Teen Residential Treatment
In an effort to individualize treatment and maximize the effectiveness of therapies, our young people are served in seven distinct residential settings.
The Bear Lodge is our treatment program for a population of adolescent and teen males struggling with a combination of mental health, behavioral disorders, and co-occurring substance abuse disorders.
The Eagle Lodge is our program serving a population of adolescent and teen females with a behavioral focus on treatment. These young ladies struggle most prominently with oppositional, conduct disordered behavior including anger/aggression and co-occurring substance abuse disorders.
The Butterfly/Dragonfly Lodge serves a co-ed population of adolescent and teen females and males with more of a mental health focus of treatment. These teens more frequently struggle with depression, anxiety, psychosis, and self-harmful behaviors including self-mutilation and/or suicidal ideation, gestures, or attempts.
The Wolf Lodge is a co-ed population of adolescents and teens struggling with a combination of mental health, behavioral disorders, and more intense co-occurring substance abuse disorders.
The Sunflower & Lotus Lodges each serve adolescent and teen females who receive intense mental health treatment congruent with the regulations and expectations of a Psychiatric Community Home. Both programs embrace the following Wellness and Recovery belief statements that guide the care process:
- The key concepts of Wellness and Recovery are HOPE, SUPPORT, PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY, EDUCATION, and SELF ADVOCACY.
- There is HOPE.
- People can and do get well, stay well for long periods of time and do what they want with their lives.
- Every person is treated with dignity, compassion, mutual respect and unconditional high regard at all times.
- The focus is on Strengths and away from perceived deficits.
- Each person is the expert on him/her self.
- There are no “limits” to recovery.
The Swan Lodge serves a co-ed population of teen men and women who have transitioned from various inpatient settings who need intense treatment services before returning home or to less restrictive settings. Swan Lodge residents present with the highest level of acuity/need.