2013 DIRECTORY of RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAMS for Abused, Neglected and Delinquent Youth

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1 2013 DIRECTORY of RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAMS for Abused, Neglected and Delinquent Youth The Michigan Federation for Children and Families is a statewide association of private, nonprofit child and family serving agencies, statewide advocacy and educational institutions and individuals devoted to protecting children, building families, and strengthening communities. The Federation has advocated for necessary and improved services for vulnerable children and families since The Federation membership includes 47 service provider agencies with main offices located in 20 counties across Michigan plus 100+ branch locations throughout the state. 24 member agencies provide RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAMS for abused, neglected and delinquent youth

2 2013 DIRECTORY of RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAMS for Abused, Neglected and Delinquent Youth This directory was prepared by the Michigan Federation for Children and Families 320 N. Washington Square, Suite 100 Lansing MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Staff Janet Reynolds Snyder, MBA Executive Director Jenny Crichton Office and Events Manager Rose Homa Chief Operations Officer Kadi Prout, LMSW Director of Child Welfare Policy Special thanks to MSW Student Intern Sarah Bennett who collected and compiled the information. 2

3 INTRODUCTION Forty-seven private nonprofit human service agencies are members of the Michigan Federation of Children and Families. Twenty-four of these agencies provide RESI- DENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAMS; this directory presents those 24 agencies organized alphabetically. A profile is provided for each agency, including the agency s official representative to the Federation and contact information, national accrediting body if applicable, the agency s service area, specific programs for residential treatment, other services provided by the agency, and a short narrative describing the agency. This directory has been compiled by the Michigan Federation for Children and Families for the sole purpose of assisting in locating possible resources for services. The Michigan Federation for Children and Families makes no representation pertaining to the actual services provided by any organization listed in this directory DIRECTORY of RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAMS for Abused, Neglected and Delinquent Youth Agency information and program updates should be ed to As updates are made to this directory, the newest version will be posted at 3

4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 6 Federation member agency providing residential treatment Bethany Christian Services 7 D.A. Blodgett St. John s Main location City Grand Rapids Grand Rapids County Kent Mom/ baby Type of residential program Gender served Runaway Homeless Youth Abuse/ neglect Group home Resid. facility Delinquency residential facility Non secure Kent M F M F M Medium secure High secure 9 Child & Family Charities Lansing Ingham F 11 Christ Child House Detroit Wayne M 12 Eagle Village Hersey Osceola M F M F M F 15 Federation of Youth Services Detroit Wayne F F 16 Guiding Harbor, formerly Girlstown Belleville Wayne F Foundation 18 Highfields Inc. Onondaga Ingham M M 20 Holy Cross Children s Services Clinton Lenawee F M M F M F M 24 Judson Center Royal Oak Oakland F F 26 Lutheran Child & Family Service of Michigan Bay City Bay M M F M F 28 Matrix Human Services Detroit Wayne M F 30 Methodist Children s Home Society Redford Wayne M M Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services Promise Village: Home for Children Grand Rapids Kent M F M F M F Davisburg Oakland M 36 St. Louis Center Chelsea Washtenaw M 37 St. Vincent Catholic Charities Lansing Ingham M F 39 Starr Commonwealth Albion Calhoun M 41 Sunny Crest Youth Ranch Sunfield Eaton M M 43 Teaching Family Homes of Upper Michigan Marquette Marquette M F M F 46 U.P. KIDS, formerly Good Will Farm Houghton Houghton M F 48 Vista Maria Dearborn Heights Wayne F F F F Wedgwood Christian Services Whaley Children s Center Grand Rapids Kent M F M F M F Flint Genesee M F M F M F Totals

5 Alphabetical List of Program Titles and the Parent Organization Program title Parent organization County Page Angel House Child & Family Charities Ingham 9 Antonini Wedgwood Christian Services Kent 53 Boelkins Wedgwood Christian Services Kent 54 Bowman House Holy Cross Children s Services Wayne 20 Bridges Vista Maria Wayne 50 Case Planning Program St. Vincent Catholic Charities Ingham 38 Cedar Creek Teaching Family Homes of Upper Michigan Marquette 44 Cedar Lodge Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services Kent 32 Changing Lanes Intervention Center Eagle Village Osceola 13 Christ Child House Christ Child House Wayne 11 Clinton Campus Alexander Hall Holy Cross Children s Services Lenawee 20 Clinton Campus Healy Hall Holy Cross Children s Services Lenawee 21 Clinton Campus Hubert Hall Holy Cross Children s Services Lenawee 21 Clinton Campus Marshall Hall Holy Cross Children s Services Lenawee 23 Clinton Campus Paulus Hall Holy Cross Children s Services Lenawee 23 Community Residential Treatment Home Lutheran Child & Family Service of Michigan Bay 26 Cook-Claus Wedgwood Christian Services Kent 54 DeVos Wedgwood Christian Services Kent 54 Eagle Village Residential Program Eagle Village Osceola 12 Engen Wedgwood Christian Services Kent 55 The Faith Program Vista Maria Wayne 49 Girlstown Guiding Harbor, formerly Girlstown Foundation Wayne 16 IBH Vista Maria Wayne 50 Indian River Teaching Family Homes of Upper Michigan Marquette 43 Juvenile Justice Starr Commonwealth Calhoun 39 Kiwanis House Whaley Children s Center Genesee 59 Lakes Area Teaching Family Homes of Upper Michigan Luce 45 Long Term Program St. Vincent Catholic Charities Ingham 37 Maple South Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services Kent 33 Martin Luther King House Holy Cross Children s Services Macomb 22 Matrix Off the Streets (MOTS) Matrix Human Services Wayne 28 Mental Health & Substance Abuse (AN and JJ) Vista Maria Wayne 49 Methodist Children s Home Society Methodist Children Home Society Wayne 30 Mott Children s Residence Whaley Children s Center Genesee 58 New Directions Lutheran Child & Family Service of Michigan Oakland 27 Optimist House Whaley Children s Center Genesee 60 Parramore Wedgwood Christian Services Kent 55 Phoenix Program Highfields Inc. Ingham 18 Promise Village: Home for Children Promise Village: Home for Children Oakland 34 Regional Treatment Center Teaching Family Homes of Upper Michigan Marquette 44 Residential Services Boys U.P. KIDS, formerly Good Will Farm Houghton 47 Residential Services Girls U.P. KIDS, formerly Good Will Farm Houghton 46 Respite CMH and CMO Vista Maria Wayne 51 Ridgewood Residential Treatment Bethany Christian Services Kent 6 Riebel Wedgwood Christian Services Kent 55 Rotary House Whaley Children s Center Genesee 61 Sexually Reactive Youth Starr Commonwealth Calhoun 40 South Bluff Teaching Family Homes of Upper Michigan Marquette 44 Special Care Unit Vista Maria Wayne 50 Specialized Intensive Residential Treatment Judson Center Oakland 24 St. John s Home D.A. Blodgett St. John s Kent 7 St. Louis Center Residential Program St. Louis Center Washtenaw 36 St. Vincent Hope Hall Holy Cross Children s Services Saginaw 21 St. Vincent James Hall Holy Cross Children s Services Saginaw 22 St. Vincent Joy Hall Holy Cross Children s Services Saginaw 22 St. Vincent Matthew Hall Holy Cross Children s Services Saginaw 23 Stabilization Program Highfields Inc. Ingham 19 Substance Abuse Starr Commonwealth Calhoun 39 Sunny Crest Youth Ranch Sunny Crest Youth Ranch Eaton 41 Unity Program (AN and JJ) Vista Maria Wayne 48 Van Andel Wedgwood Christian Services Kent 56 Vander Ark Wedgwood Christian Services Kent 56 Vision Vista Maria Wayne 50 Vista SED Secure Vista Maria Wayne 51 Williams House Residential Program Federation of Youth Services Wayne 15 Zondervan Wedgwood Christian Services Kent 56 Zonta House Whaley Children s Center Genesee 62 5

6 BETHANY CHRISTIAN SERVICES, INC. Agency representative to the Federation: Brian DeVos, Director of Operations PO Box 294 Grand Rapids MI Kent County Fax Accredited by COA Service area: Allegan, Antrim, Arenac, Barry, Bay, Berrien, Branch, Calhoun, Charlevoix, Clinton, Eaton, Genesee, Grand Traverse, Gladwin, Gratiot, Huron, Hillsdale, Ingham, Ionia, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Kent, Lake, Lapeer, Leelanau, Lenawee, Livingston, Macomb, Mecosta, Midland, Monroe, Montcalm, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oakland, Oceana, Ottawa, Saginaw, Sanilac, Shiawassee, St. Clair, St. Joseph, Tuscola, Washtenaw, Wayne and Wexford counties Intake coordinator for residential treatment: Residential program information Deb Westveer, MSW, Intake/Aftercare Therapist Phone: Specialty: Ridgewood Residential Treatment Sex offender treatment 901 Eastern Avenue NE Grand Rapids, MI County: Kent Eligibility type: Juvenile delinquency Security level: Non-secure Gender served: Male Ages served: Program DHS Family court beds licensed: 26 Group, individual, family therapy, psychological and psychiatric consultation, on-campus public school education, life skills classes, trauma sensitive therapeutic milieu. In 1985, Bethany became the first program in Michigan to serve exclusively male youth with sexually impulsive behaviors. All youth are screened for trauma upon intake. The therapeutic program uses a trauma-focused cognitive behavioral approach that is individualized to meet each client s needs. Sexual offender treatment has an emphasis on developing healthy relationships and relapse prevention. Other services provided by the agency Adoption, foster care, counseling and refugee resettlement. 6 Agency narrative Bethany Christian Services, Inc. provides innovative, professional services to children and families. Founded in 1944 in Grand Rapids, MI, Bethany has expanded its service delivery system and child welfare network to 75 offices in 30 states and 23 cities in 15 countries internationally. Bethany s Michigan programs comprise almost half of Bethany s service delivery system. The agency provides a full array of child welfare services.

7 Intake coordinator for residential treatment: D.A. BLODGETT ST. JOHN S Agency representative to the Federation: Sharon Loughridge, Executive Director 805 Leonard NE Grand Rapids MI Kent County Fax Accredited by COA Service area: Statewide Residential program information Joy Smith, Intake Specialist Phone: Specialty: St. John s Home Open residential setting serving children with severe behavioral and emotional struggles 2355 Knapp Street NE Grand Rapids, MI County: Kent Eligibility type: Abuse/neglect; juvenile delinquency Security level: Non-secure Gender served: Male and Female Ages served: 6-18 DHS, private agencies, juvenile court beds licensed: 46 Program St. John s Home provides intensive therapy in a warm, home-like setting for boys and girls who have suffered abuse and neglect. We offer two distinct programs for two age groups: The Children s Home: Provides therapy for boys and girls ages 6-12 with an emphasis on preparing them for pre-adoptive homes, or to return to rehabilitated families. Adolescent Treatment: Challenges teens to develop a healthy identity and provides attentive preparation for new placements. Each home has a treatment team that consists of a master s-level therapist, a program manager, and direct care counselors who are responsible for implementing the treatment plan. Therapists are trained in TF-CBT, art therapy, play therapy, substance abuse treatment, RAD and sensory integration. They utilize the CAFAS for assessments and to monitor progress. St. John s Home is located on a beautiful 25-acre campus within the city of Grand Rapids. Children live in eight-bedroom residential homes. Each home has a comfortable living area with floor-to-ceiling windows, an open kitchen, dining area, and a large recreation room. Outside, kids use our sidewalks for biking and skating and playing on our basketball court and large ball field. Take a tour of our beautiful campus at take-tour. 7

8 D.A. BLODGETT ST. JOHN S CONTINUED Other services provided by the agency KidsFirst, an emergency shelter for Kent County, foster care, adoption, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Sisters in Support, KSSN, YDIP, MST and outpatient therapy. Agency narrative D.A. Blodgett-St. John s is a 125-year-old agency that works in partnership with our community for the good of all children. We are local, nonprofit and accredited. We provide comprehensive services to children and families, including Big Brothers Big Sisters, foster care, adoption, and family support, as well as, residential treatment and emergency shelter care at St. John s Campus. 8

9 Intake coordinator for residential treatment: CHILD & FAMILY CHARITIES Agency representative to the Federation: Jim Paparella, Executive Director 4287 Five Oaks Drive Lansing MI Ingham County ext. 123 Fax Accredited by COA Service area: Statewide Residential program information Dori Branson, LMSW, Director, Angel House Phone: ext Angel House Specialty: Pregnant and parenting teen mother program 830 Kerns Road; PO Box 375 County: Ingham Mason, MI Abuse/neglect Eligibility type: Security level: Non-secure Juvenile delinquency Gender served: Female Ages served: DHS, courts, juvenile justice, tribes beds licensed: 14 Program Angel House mother/baby program is a residential treatment program that provides a safe, supportive and nurturing living environment for pregnant and parenting girls to enrich their parenting, life and independent living skills. Angel House incorporates cognitive behavioral and positive peer culture theoretical approaches by using the influence of caring adults to offer guidance and support to help young mothers grow into healthy parents and contributing members of the community. Angle House also collaborates with other community agencies and support networks to help young mothers build on their strengths and skills that are necessary in becoming a successful individual and nurturing parent. In addition to nurturing and nonviolent parenting, Angel House places a priority on education and works closely with area schools to help our residents reach their educational goals. Other services provided by the agency Foster Care, Foster Care Supportive Visitation, Adoption, Post Adoption Support, Mental Health Counseling, Nexus: Adolescent Screening and Assessment, New Focus: Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment, Family Growth Center: Respite Child Care, Parenting Education, Medicaid Outreach, Teen Court, and Truancy Prevention. 9

10 CHILD & FAMILY CHARITIES CONTINUED Agency narrative The mission of Child and Family Charities is to strengthen and support children, families, and individuals as they evolve and grow in a changing community. Our vision is to be a leader in human services, recognized for excellence in practice, collaboration, and advocacy on behalf of vulnerable populations. 10

11 Intake coordinator for residential treatment: CHRIST CHILD HOUSE Agency representative to the Federation: John Yablonky, Executive Director Joy Road Detroit MI Wayne County ext. 14 Fax Accredited by COA Service area: Statewide Residential program information Landon Hill, Director of Clinical Services Phone: ext Christ Child House Specialty: Abuse/neglect Joy Road Detroit, MI County: Wayne Eligibility type: Abuse/neglect Security level: Non-secure Gender served: Male Ages served: 5-17 DHS beds licensed: 31 Program Intensive residential treatment services for abused/neglected boys. Comprehensive treatment services, recreational therapy, academic remediation and school support, summer school, therapeutic summer camping experience, clinical individual and group therapy. All services integrated in a comprehensive, eclectic treatment modality on an attractive two-acre campus. Other services provided by the agency Aftercare, adoption preparation, volunteer tutoring, summer camp, college tours program. Agency narrative Christ Child House has been providing comprehensive residential treatment services in Detroit since It offers a nurturing, clinical focused array of program services to care and treat severely emotionally impaired boys. It specializes in serving younger, abused and neglected youth who have failed in less-structured settings and require a more sophisticated comprehensive treatment program to meet all of the child s needs. Christ Child House is state licensed and nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA). 11

12 Intake coordinator for residential treatment: EAGLE VILLAGE, INC. Agency representative to the Federation: Cathey Prudhomme, President/CEO th Avenue Hersey MI Osceola County Fax Accredited by CARF Service area: Statewide Residential program information Pamela Moss, Residential Services Coordinator Phone: Residential Program Specialty: Sensory/trauma therapy th Ave., Hersey, MI County: Osceola Eligibility type: Abuse/neglect; juvenile delinquency Security level: Non-secure Gender served: Male and female Ages served: DHS, courts, CMH, adoption subsidy, families beds licensed: 60 Program The Eagle Village Residential Program operates in five separate houses and serves mainly abused/neglected and delinquent youth ages and their families. Youth served are struggling with emotional and behavioral issues to the extent that they have had a negative impact on the family, the youth and/ or the community and have required the removal of the youth from home and community. The residential program also accepts youth without families, but expects family involvement when an identified post-placement is established. We believe the progress of the youth is positively and significantly affected when families/guardians are involved. Residential programming addresses a variety of presenting problems and is designed to meet the psychological, emotional, behavioral, physical, and spiritual needs of the youth and the family. Services in the abuse/neglect houses are designed to address the consequences of early childhood trauma and help youth build resilience with the result of decreasing frequency and intensity of emotional issues. Continued... 12

13 Program description CONTINUED: EAGLE VILLAGE, INC. CONTINUED Residential Program CONTINUED Although the delinquent population often also has experienced early childhood trauma, typically the youth have a family system in place that provides emotional support, resulting in a level of resilience and ability to self-regulate. In the programs that serve these youth, Eagle Village provides opportunities for them to learn new behaviors and take responsibility for their choices through the reality-based, cognitive behavioral and family systems principles. Houses serving the delinquent population include the trauma-based therapy mentioned above when it is determined appropriate for the youth. Programming is modified to each child s individual needs. Passages is a continuation of Eagle Village s residential program designed to equip and prepare youth for a successful transition from residential placement to their home and community, foster care, group home or independent living. As each youth s program goals are different, we individualize the program to fit the needs of our youth. Most of the youth served by Passages will have progressed through one of our Eagle Village residential programs prior to placement in Passages. Passages does accept youth from outside Eagle Village, depending upon whether they meet the admissions criteria, participate in an assessment interview, and are accepted into the program. Youth attend the on-grounds school whose educational services are provided through the Mecosta-Osceola Intermediate School District. Please visit for more detailed information. Changing Lanes Intervention Center Locked/secure with therapeutic programming and assessments w/ Specialty: psychologicals th Ave., County: Osceola Hersey, MI Eligibility type: Juvenile delinquency Security level: Medium secure Gender served: Male and female Ages served: Courts, DHS, families beds licensed: 24 Program The Eagle Village Changing Lanes Intervention Center is designed to offer DHS, courts and families a safe, secure and short-term intensive placement option for youth who are exhibiting a wide range of behaviors and struggling at home, in school and in the community. The Changing Lanes Intervention Center and programming is NOT designed for youth under age 10, actively suicidal, homicidal, experiencing psychosis, physically disabled requiring daily medical care, or for youth with medical issues that require daily medical treatment. The Changing Lanes Intervention Center is utilized by DHS, courts and families to obtain a variety of assessments to help determine appropriate placements, risk factors, and treatment options. In addition, the programming is designed to serve as a short-term intensive treatment option where security and safety are concerns. The normal length of stay in the Changing Lanes Intervention Center is 30 to 90 days. Placements in the Intervention Center should not exceed 180 days. The current average length of stay in the Intervention Center is 45 days. The Intervention Center serves a wide range of youth who are struggling with emotional and behavioral issues to the extent that they have a had a negative impact on the family, the youth, and/or the community The Eagle Village Intervention Center serves youth ages 10 to 17 both male and female. In our screening process the IC normally only accepts youth whose IQ is 70 and above. 13

14 EAGLE VILLAGE, INC. CONTINUED Program description CONTINUED: Changing Lanes Intervention Center CONTINUED Educational services: Educational services are provided to all youth placed at the IC through the Mecosta-Osceola ISD. All teachers are special education certified, and credit earned may be transferred to any public school in the state. In some cases at the request of courts and/or DHS, GED services may be provided. Treatment components/modalities: While youth are in placement at the IC, we are able to provide DHS and courts psychological assessments and family assessments. The goal of these comprehensive assessments is to provide placing workers and agencies treatment and long-term placement recommendations/goals. In addition, Eagle Village staff provides individual, group and family counseling. Programming is supervised and counseling, both individual and family, is provided by a master s-level family specialist utilizing trauma based therapy. Specific programming is designed to address many important areas, including: C.O.R.E. (Challenging Personal Obstacles Through Recreation and Education) Character building Current events Group building Physical development Life skills Personal safety Daily responsibilities Rational behavior training (RBT) Reflection time Journal time Family weekends Please visit for more detailed information. Other services provided by the agency Family Challenge Weekend, Youth Challenge Weekend and Summer Camps BASE Camp and Project Survive, Foster Care and Adoption. Please visit for program descriptions. Agency narrative Mission Statement: With God s help and love we serve children and families. Eagle Village provides a comprehensive program structure. The staffing is designed to maximize opportunities for the persons served to obtain and participate in the services provided. We consider the individual characteristics of the persons served, such as cognitive level, interests, concerns and cultural and developmental needs. 14

15 FEDERATION OF YOUTH SERVICES Agency representative to the Federation: Delores May, Executive Director 548 East Grand Boulevard Detroit MI Wayne County O7 Fax Accredited by COA Service area: Genesee, Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties Residential program information Intake coordinator for residential treatment: Wilhelmina Hill-Horton, Contractual Program Manager Phone: Cell phone: Williams House Residential Program Specialty: At-risk females 528 East Grand Boulevard Detroit, MI County: Wayne Eligibility type: Abuse/neglect Juvenile delinquency Security level: Non-secure Gender served: Female Ages served: DHS beds licensed: 15 Program Provides residential treatment for up to 15 adolescent females, who may or may not be pregnant, who have been removed from the parent s home due to abuse, neglect or delinquency. Other services provided by the agency Transitional living, supervised independent living program. Agency narrative FYS is a private, nonprofit, State of Michigan-licensed child caring agency, which provides services to children, youth and families on a non-sectarian basis. 15

16 Guiding Harbor (formerly known as Girlstown Foundation) Agency representative to the Federation: Maria Lessnau, Chief Executive Officer 525 Huron River Drive Belleville MI Fax Accredited by CARF Service area: Primarily Genesee, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties Intake coordinator for residential treatment: Residential program information Erica Ofsansky, Program Manager Phone: Cell phone: Girlstown Specialty: Emotional and behavioral problems Quirk Road, Belleville County: Wayne Eligibility type: Abuse/neglect Security level: Non-secure Gender served: Female Ages served: Referral DHS: Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Monroe, sources: Genesee, Washtenaw counties primarily beds licensed: 14 Program The Girlstown program offers therapeutic residential care for adolescent females, ages Residents are referred for services because of emotional and/or behavioral problems that are impacting their ability to live in their communities. The Girlstown program provides intensive 24-hour supervision by the residential program staff. The program offers a wide range of educational, clinical, recreational and case management services. The case manager provides extensive supportive services including family visitation, legal advocacy, intensive case planning, health care services, as well as providing individual and family therapy. The program model is behavioral in nature, with a strong emphasis on mental health and therapeutic intervention. The program is based on a point/level system, which reinforces behavioral objectives in the areas of client motivation, appearance, hygiene, house expectations, academics and recreational activities. The residents are monitored through their individual treatment plan. Progress is facilitated by the intervention of a multi-disciplinary treatment team that includes the Case Manager, Residential Treatment Worker, Residential Supervisor, Program Manager and Psychiatrist. The goal of this program is to have residents placed in a less restrictive environment. Completion of the program is typically achieved in 10 to 12 months.

17 Guiding Harbor (formerly known as Girlstown Foundation) CONTINUED Other services provided by the agency Foster care, supervised independent living. Agency narrative Guiding Harbor is a private, nonprofit organization founded by the General Federation of Women s Clubs, Michigan (GFWC-MI), that provides child caring and child placement services for abused and neglected children. Our services include: Foster Care, Supervised Independent Living and a Residential Program. Guiding Harbor is licensed by the Department of Human Services (DHS). Guiding Harbor provides children, young men and women and their families with a safe and nurturing environment and specialized services. All services are individually designed to be responsive and unique to our consumers needs. Each of Guiding Harbor s programs provides services with dignity, respect and professionalism to assist our consumers to reach their full potential. Currently we serve Permanent or Temporary Court Wards from birth through 21 years of age,, who have been adjudicated as Court Wards in the State of Michigan. The children that are placed with our agency, are primarily from Southeastern Michigan communities; however, Guiding Harbor does accept children from other out-county placements. 17

18 HIGHFIELDS, INC. Agency representative to the Federation: Brian Philson, President/CEO 5123 Old Plank Road PO Box 98 Onondaga MI Ingham County ext. 371 Fax Accredited by COA Service area: Barry, Bay, Berrien, Branch, Calhoun, Clinton, Eaton, Genesee, Gladwin, Gratiot, Hillsdale, Ingham, Ionia, Jackson, Kent, Lenawee, Livingston, Macomb, Newaygo, Oakland, Osceola, Van Buren, Washtenaw and Wayne counties. Intake coordinator for residential treatment: Residential program information Julie Duffey, Intake Coordinator Phone: ext Phoenix Program Specialty: Juvenile delinquency rehabilitation (residential). Substance abuse treatment Old Plank Rd. PO Box 98 Onondaga, MI 49264f County: Ingham Eligibility type: Abuse/neglect Juvenile delinquency Security level: Non-secure Gender served: Male Ages served: Program County Court, CMOs and DHS beds licensed: 48 The Phoenix program incorporates a cognitive behavioral treatment modality with a non-determinant placement stay averaging 4-8 months in a non-secure setting. Treatment interventions improve the thought processes and behavioral responses of youth and encourage them to take responsibility for their actions and make amends for harm done to others. Family treatment is provided to address concerns leading to placement and to promote sustainable reentry. 18

19 HIGHFIELDS, INC. CONTINUED Stabilization Program The purpose of the Stabilization program is to promote the stabilization Specialty: of youth who are at risk of failing their current community-based placement Old Plank Rd. PO Box 98 Onondaga, MI County: Ingham Eligibility type: Abuse/neglect Juvenile delinquency Security level: Non-secure Gender served: Male Ages served: CMO and County Courts beds licensed: 12 Program The structure of this 30-day program includes staff-directed cognitive behavioral and experiential programming. Therapeutic interventions are provided in concert with educational remediation to refocus youth at risk of violating probation or being escalated to a higher security placement. Youth participating in the program are provided opportunities to change behaviors that have caused them to be unsuccessful at home, school, in the community or with probationary status. Other services provided by the agency Risk and need assessment, treatment planning and individualized behavioral intervention; year-round school provided by the Ingham County ISD; cognitive-behavioral therapeutic groups focusing on interpersonal skills development; recreational activities; structured and paid work activities; community service projects; family visitation and treatment, psychiatric services, and complete medical and dental services. Agency narrative HIGHFIELDS residential programs were established in The campus is located on 140 acres in rural Ingham County. The campus includes an on-grounds school, gymnasium and wellness center, guest cottages, a lake, athletic fields, hiking trails and an indoor and outdoor experiential education course. The Phoenix Program focuses on strengthening relationships. Treatment practices are based on four premises: (1) Positive adult attention is a primary need in a child s development; (2) Every child needs positive expectations in a disciplined environment in order to develop strong personal values; (3) Adult-child interaction that improves a child s life is therapeutic; and (4) Positive peer relationships contribute to personal growth. 19

20 Intake coordinator for residential treatment: HOLY CROSS CHILDREN S SERVICES Agency representative to the Federation: Paul Neitman, VP of Programs 8759 Clinton-Macon Road Clinton MI Lenawee County Fax Accredited by CARF Service area: Statewide Residential program information John Meszaros, Admissions Director Phone: Cell phone: Specialty: Clinton Campus Alexander Hall Mental health services 8759 Clinton-Macon Rd Clinton, MI County: Eligibility type: Juvenile delinquency Security level: Lenawee Non-secure Medium secure Gender served: Male Ages served: DHS Family/probate courts beds licensed: 12 Program Residential treatment program for youth who are in need of behavioral health/mental health treatment. Treatment includes: group, individual, family, educational and recreational. Bowman House Specialty: Mental health treatment Rowe Detroit, MI County: Wayne Eligibility type: Juvenile delinquency Security level: Non-secure Gender served: Female Ages served: DHS, Wayne County CMOs, family/probate courts, CMH beds licensed: 10 Program Residential treatment program for young women who are in need of mental health services. Treatment includes: group, individual, life skills, family, educational and recreational. 20

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