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Residential Treatment Programs

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Because every child has different needs, Crossroad offers a variety of residential programs. Residential services help children address a diversity of behavioral, mental, emotional, and psychological difficulties, including trauma from abuse and neglect. All of our programs are designed and implemented by Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT) trained staff. To refer a child for residential treatment, please contact our Intake Specialist at 260.484.4153 ext. 2060 or by email.

  • Diagnostic Evaluation is a comprehensive program for youth 6-21 years of age. The needs of the client and time necessary to complete a thorough assessment determine service duration and living unit placement. Placing agents will receive a report including a comprehensive psychosocial, psychological, psychiatric, and educational assessment. Also provided are recommendations for treatment and intervention options.
  • Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility – Outpatient therapy or acute, short-term hospitalization often is not enough to assist youth with severe and chronic mental health problems. Crossroad’s Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) provides intensive residential treatment to meet the needs of Medicaid-eligible young people and their families. The goal is that children will successfully return to their homes and communities within the shortest possible time.
  • Secure Care units are recommended for youth with high-security needs due to behaviors that are a danger to themselves or others. The time-delayed egress locks utilized on these units are in full compliance with the requirements of the Juvenile Justice Delinquency Protection Act and Indiana’s Youth Law team.
  • The Open Treatment program addresses a broad range of emotional and behavioral issues for youth who can manage in a less restrictive, open environment. Transitional Living is available for youth, aged 16 or older, to focus on education and job skills as well as skills for community living.

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