The Residential Treatment Center
The RTC at Fox Run is an intense, individualized, treatment program. RTC provides a secure environment for programming and educational services for children and adolescents ages 5-17. The program is designed to help youth learn new ways to manage themselves and situations and to help the child return to the community.
Residential Treatment — A residential treatment program is a longer-term program (lasting from 3-12 months or longer) for children and adolescents with complex behavioral health problems. The program offers physician-led, multi-disciplinary treatment teams who address overall medical, psychiatric, social, and academic needs. A balance of therapies and activities are offered in a safe, structured setting.
Treatment at RTC — Children or adolescents qualify for the program if they are experiencing symptoms associated with:
- Severe depression
- Family and social conflicts
- Anxiety; excess fears
- Problems with self-esteem
- Mood and thought disorders
The RTC Treatment Program — programming consists of numerous groups and therapies to include individual, group, and family therapy; medication education; developmental skills building; as well as social skills, groups, expressive therapy, nutrition groups, behavior modification, and Alpine Tower.
RTC caregivers — An interdisciplinary team approach is used to design the treatment program and personal goals for each resident. This interdisciplinary team consists of highly qualified staff in the areas of Psychiatry, Nursing, Social Work, Education, and Psychology. Our Therapist offers specialties in the areas of Rehabilitation, Psychotherapy, Family Therapy, Expressive Therapy and Sexual Abuse.