Visions at Fox Run is an intense, individualized residential psychiatric treatment program. Visions provides a secure environment, programming and educational services to males and females between the ages of 12-17 with an IQ between 50 and 70. The program is designed to teach residents new ways to modify behaviors that prevent them from living safely and productively in the community.
Primary Goal: The primary goal of Visions is to assist the resident and their families to find new ways to support the child in returning to the community.
Visions works with children and adolescents who:
- Are medically stable
- Have an Axis I psychiatric diagnosis and an IQ between 50 and 70
- Have symptoms associated with trauma, abuse (sexual, physical and verbal), self-esteem problems, family conflicts, and difficult-to-manage behaviors
How is Individual Treatment Program at Visions developed?
Visions uses an interdisciplinary team approach to design the individual treatment program and personal goals for each resident. Members of this team include:
- Case managers
- Nursing staff
- Community partners
- Expressive therapist
Each member of this team has insight into how the resident acts and 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.
Who Treats the Resident at Visions?
The clinical staff working with residents at Visions includes:
- Registered nurses/licensed practical nurses
- Licensed social workers
- Case managers
- Mental health technicians
- Therapists with specialties in:
- Family therapy
- Expressive therapy
- Behavior modification