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Providing Level III and psychiatric residential treatment, child placement, day treatment, and adoption readiness services for at risk children ages 5 to 12 years.

The Yahweh Center is a North Carolina residential treatment program and child-placing agency for abused, neglected, and at risk children ages 5 to 12 years. The Yahweh Center provides residential treatment and works with children with various attachment and pscychological disorders. In addition the Yahweh Center offers psychiatric residential treatment, day treatment, including outpatient play therapy,therapeutic foster care, and adoption services. The healing philosophy is Christ-centered and operates within an environment of unconditional love that is geared towards optimum child development. The Yahweh Center provides comprehensive treatment to the parents and families of children through structured family intervention. We believe that all children should grow up in the family system to which they belong. However, when family reunification is not an option other alternatives are sought to ensure emotional security and permanence for the child. The Center has a 90% permanent placement success rate.

Address
Yahweh Center Children’s Village
PO BOX 10399
Wilmington, North Carolina 28404-0399

Phone Number
1-866-924-9347

Website

http://www.yahwehcenter.org/

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Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch is a multi-service organization providing mental health programs and services to emotionally disturbed youth and their families. The psychiatric residential treatment center is located on a 400-acre campus in beautiful Billings, Montana and includes a clinic with a full medical staff, and a recreation center.

Yellowstone Academy (YA) is an accredited K-8 public school district and an accredited private high school staffed by Montana-certified teachers and administrators, paraeducators, and support personnel. YA is located on the YBGR main campus and provides various educational settings in order to ensure an atmosphere where educational success is achievable for each youth.

Accepts
Boys & Girls ages 12 to 17 1/2

Phone Numbers
800-726-6755
406-655-2100

Address
Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch
1732 South 72nd Street West
Billings, Montana 59106

Website

http://www.ybgr.org/

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Youth Care is a licensed residential treatment center for adolescents ages 11-18. While at Youth Care, your pre-teen or teenager will receive intensive therapeutic services from caring, experienced therapists who only want to see your child succeed. Because Youth Care’s adolescent treatment program takes place in a home-like setting, your son or daughter will learn the value of chores, how to interact respectfully and courteously with others, and how to develop and maintain strong, loving relationships.

In addition to counseling, your child will participate in an accredited academic program with certified teachers whose only goal is to prepare students for their future. Students enrolled in Youth Care’s adolescent treatment program earn academic credits, increase their knowledge and skills, and attend classes designed specifically for them by their team of teachers and therapists.

Phone
(800) 786-4924

Address
Youth Care
PO Box 909
Draper UT 84020

Age Accepted
11 to 18

Gender
Boys & Girls

Website

http://www.youthcare.com/

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FACILITY LOCATION:
188 Academy Avenue
Providence, RI 02908

(401) 383-6216

GENDER: Female

SECURITY LEVEL: Staff Secure Community-Based Design

Athena’s Circle of Providence is a three story Victorian home that accommodates  girls that have been referred by the Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF). Athena’s Circle is a staff secure residential program. We serve females, ages 11-17, who are challenged by mental health and trauma issues and have demonstrated difficulty in managing their behaviors. Referrals to Athena’s Circle typically have had prior psychiatric hospitalizations and difficulties in safely managing their behavior in previous residential, group home or home placements. Additionally, girls are accepted into the program as an alternative to campus-based residential treatment. The expectation is that the services provided will foster skill development that will prepare these girls for a return to a community-based placement, preferably home, foster care, or independent living. The length of stay is predicated on the girl’s identified treatment needs, and their level of progress within the program.

http://www.youthservices.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=27&Itemid=54

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CONTRACTING AUTHORITY: South Dakota Department of Social Services

FACILITY LOCATION:
709 6th Street
Springfield, SD 57062

(605) 369-2585

GENDER: Male & Female (Units are not coeducational)

SECURITY LEVEL: Minimum

Helping at-risk youth become productive, self-disciplined and responsible members of their communities.

Located in southeast South Dakota, Springfield Academy is a psychiatric residential treatment facility for a maximum of 72 at-risk boys and girls ages 12-18. Male and female units are separate, do not share programming and are not coeducational.

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chamberlain academy

CONTRACTING AUTHORITY: South Dakota Department of Corrections & Federal Bureau of Prisons

FACILITY LOCATION:
211 West 16th Street
Chamberlain, SD  57325

(605) 234-5525

GENDER: Male and Female

SECURITY LEVEL: Minimum

Chamberlain Academy is a Residential Treatment Center, licensed by the South Dakota Department of Social Services to provide treatment for males and females between the ages of 13 to 18. Chamberlain Academy provides solutions for developing productive lives for youth who may otherwise turn to self-destructing behaviors. Our Challenge is to offer a nurturing environment where respect and education are highly valued.

http://www.youthservices.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=17&Itemid=54

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Elmore Academy is a residential treatment facility, accredited by the American Correctional Association, for males and females ages 13-19, located in Elmore, Minnesota.

Elmore Academy does accept students on a voluntary placement, however, Elmore Academy is a correctional facility so the student should have some delinquency issues.

Male and female programs are operated separately and contact between the two is not permitted.

(507) 943-3440

http://elmore.youthservices.com/

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Forest Ridge Residential Foster Care

Forest Ridge was established in 1983 as a residential foster care facility for at risk youth.

The program, located in rural northwest Iowa, has grown from 12 residential beds to 140 residential treatment and emergency shelter care beds.  An expanded continuum of services has been added which enhance and support the residential programs.

Wallingford, Iowa
Phone Number

(712) 867-4724

http://www.yfrs.org/

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CONTRACTING AUTHORITY: Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice

FACILITY LOCATION:
130 Rehab Road
Cordele, GA  31015(229) 271-4900

GENDER: Female

SECURITY LEVEL: Minimum & Maximum

Crisp Youth Development Campus is a (STP) Short Term Treatment Program for moderate risk girls between the ages of 12 to 18.  The Facility is operated under a contract with the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice.  All youth are Court ordered into the Program.  Youth are at the Facility for either 30, 60, or 90 days, depending upon the court order.

http://www.youthservices.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=18&Itemid=54

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CONTRACTING AUTHORITY: Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice


FACILITY LOCATION
:
538 North Industrial Blvd.
Dallas, GA 30132
(770) 443-1166

GENDER: Male and Female

SECURITY LEVEL: Maximum

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Paulding RYDC is a maximum security facility that houses both male and female youth from the ages of 11-17.  Paulding RYDC provides short term detention services for youth awaiting court hearings or placement and long term detention services for Superior Court youth.

http://www.youthservices.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=25&Itemid=54

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