The Children’s Program
The Children’s Program is designed to treat younger residents in smaller groups that allow for more individualized and personalized attention. This intense program provides a secure and therapeutic environment for children ages 5-11.
The primary goal of the Children’s Program is to help children and their families to find lasting solutions that support the child in returning to the community.
What type of person receives treatment in this program?
Children experiencing symptoms associated with the following:
- Severe depression
- Coping with trauma and abuse
- Anxiety, excess fears
- Problems with self-esteem
- Mood and thought disorders
- Sexual, physical, and verbal abuse
- Family conflicts
How is the Children’s Program developed?
This program uses an “interdisciplinary team” approach to design the individual treatment program and personal goals for each resident. The team consists of:
- Case managers
- Licensed Therapists
- Child Psychiatrist
- Nursing staff
- Referral sources
- Rehab staff
Who Treats the Resident in the Children’s Program?
Each member of this team has insight into how the resident responds to different activities and situations. Incorporating this knowledge helps Fox Run’s clinical staff develop a program that best fits the needs of each resident.
The clinical staff working with residents in the Children’s Program includes:
- Child psychiatrists
- Registered nurses/licensed practical nurses
- Licensed social workers
- Case managers
- Mental health technicians
- Therapists with specialties in:
- Family therapy
- Expressive therapy
- Chemical abuse
- Sexual abuse
To learn more about the Children’s Program, call Fox Run at
(800) 245-2131 or (740) 695-2131.