Community-based Residential Treatment
Keywords:community-based residential treatment, trauma-informed, treatment team, whole family support
Legacy Treatment Services has designed an innovative small community-based out-of-home residential treatment program for youth who are experiencing severe emotional and behavioral struggles as a result of disruptive and traumatic childhood experiences. These experiences exacerbate already co-occurring issues such as psychiatric diagnosis or substance use disorders. The program aims to serve youth who require continued intensive psychiatric care in a highly staffed and supportive residential environment, which incorporates supports for the whole family, before they can transition home or to a less restrictive out-of-home placement. Over 80% of youth are able to successfully return home or to a less restrictive placement.
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