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call
for IMMEDIATE HELP

24-Hour Suicide Hotline:
727-791-3131


24-Hour Mental Health Assistance:
727-541-4628

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Therapeutic Group Home

This short-term residential program provides a therapeutic framework of daily living for children and adolescents who are experiencing problems in their family and the community.  The program helps reduce problem behaviors by building upon your child’s strengths.

 

Your child’s primary diagnosis and level of functioning are assessed and become the focus of the interventions provided.  Generally, theses services include psychiatric and therapy services, therapeutic supervision, teaching problem solving skills and behavior strategies, normalization activities and other needed treatments. 

 

The stay in the program is intended to be as brief as possible. Every effort is made to involve your child in the community and with their family during treatment.  Whenever possible, youth attend a community-based school and participate in group outings and activities.  Home visits are planned as appropriate, allowing children to stay in contact with their family while practicing the skills they are learning while in treatment.

 

For more information contact:

 

Anne Pulley
Director, Children's Critical Care
apulley@pemhs.org  

 

Therapeutic Group Home

This short-term residential program provides a therapeutic framework of daily living for children and adolescents who are experiencing problems in their family and the community.  The program helps reduce problem behaviors by building upon your child’s strengths.

 

Your child’s primary diagnosis and level of functioning are assessed and become the focus of the interventions provided.  Generally, theses services include psychiatric and therapy services, therapeutic supervision, teaching problem solving skills and behavior strategies, normalization activities and other needed treatments. 

 

The stay in the program is intended to be as brief as possible. Every effort is made to involve your child in the community and with their family during treatment.  Whenever possible, youth attend a community-based school and participate in group outings and activities.  Home visits are planned as appropriate, allowing children to stay in contact with their family while practicing the skills they are learning while in treatment.

 

For more information contact:

 

Anne Pulley
Director, Children's Critical Care
apulley@pemhs.org  

 


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