Youth enrolled in these programs are provided with an array of counseling and health services. They attend classes in an on grounds school provided by the West Virginia Department of Education. Youth also participate in a variety of recreational and social activities.
These programs are designed to initiate a turning point in a child’s life. Parents, family members, and others important to the child’s life are encouraged to participate in the treatment program.
The Main Campus is a Level III residential facility for male youths experiencing highly challenging behavioral and emotional issues that have the potential to adversely affect their adults lives. The program is highly structured and highly staffed. Click here for additional information about Main Campus.
The Oak Ridge Campus is a Level II residential facility, providing a structured setting for male youth experiencing moderate to severe challenges at school, at home, or in the community. Click here for additional information about Oak Ridge Campus.