In an effort to assist you with your decision on appropriate placement, Fox Run has an Assessment and Referral team available to guide you through the admission process and review the program options. Whether you need guidance through the residential referral process, have questions on how to obtain outpatient services, or require an inpatient psychiatric hospitalization, contact Fox Run at 740-695-2131. Please allow our friendly and experienced team to be your first point of contact for your mental health needs.
At Fox Run, we want each resident to have the support of family and encourage communication with your child.
Phone Calls — Upon admission at Fox Run, you will be asked to provide a list of people that your child is able to speak with over the phone. There are assigned phone times for each treatment program. Your child will be able to make phone calls during their designated time. Your child may also contact their case worker or probation officer with their Case Manager or Therapist during the day. These calls do not count toward their phone time.
Unopened incoming mail will be delivered to your child by staff. Your child will be asked to open the mail in front of a staff member. The staff member will not read your child’s mail. The staff will ask to see what came in the envelope or package. Any items that deemed unsafe will be sent back to you or the guardian.
Visitation may be monitored and will be limited to those individuals you have indicated on the approved contact list. If an approved visitor is unable to attend a scheduled visitation, your child’s therapist or case manager can approve another time.
You or your child may refuse visitors at any time. Fox Run also reserves the right to restrict visitors for therapeutic reasons. Any items brought back from visitation will also be checked in by staff and added to your child’s inventory of belongings.
A Therapeutic Community Assignment means a child can leave Fox Run with a parent/guardian or staff for a designated period of time. Residents earn TCA’s by working through the level system. Your child’s Treatment Team will discuss whether or not he/she has earned a TCA, and the physician will write an order that determines the amount of time that he/she can be away from the building. TCA’s are used to determine the success of treatment in a preferred setting.
Fox Run is located in a lovely rural setting affording a quiet atmosphere. The Center is situated in a unique geographic position on the eastern border of Ohio, approximately 15 minutes from West Virginia’s Northern Panhandle and 20 minutes from the western border of Pennsylvania. The Center is 60 miles southwest of Pittsburgh, PA; two hours east of Columbus, Ohio; and three hours south of Cleveland, Ohio. It is accessible from several major interstate highways in all three states.Fox Run is conveniently located off of Interstate 70 and is minutes away from the Ohio Valley Mall. Located in the heart of Belmont County, St. Clairsville provides a variety of dining options as well as attractions for the entire family including Wheeling Park and Oglebay Good Zoo in nearby Wheeling, W.Va. There are numerous attractions in the Tri-State area within a 30 minute drive. For families traveling a great distance, Fox Run is close to several hotels and we have secured discounted rates for our families.