Residential psychiatric treatment at Fox Run Center is designed for boys and girls ages 5–12 with emotional, behavioral or mental health issues.
Fox Run Center offers two distinct programs for adolescent girls ages 12-17. We treat patients with intellectual or developmental disabilities, medical, psychiatric, emotional or behavioral problems.
Our educational program at the Fox Run School is run by East Central Ohio Educational Service Center in partnership with the St. Clairsville-Richland City Schools.
We understand that seeking treatment for your child can be a difficult decision. Find answers to some of our most frequently asked questions here.
When your child needs residential treatment to help address emotional, behavioral or mood disorders, Fox Run Center is here to help. We treat children ages 5–12 in a positive, compassionate environment.
At Fox Run Center, we offer residential psychiatric treatment for boys and girls though the Dreams Program. This program is designed to teach young residents how to manage the symptoms, emotions and behaviors associated with their traumas and other mental health problems.
Program components include speech, physical and occupational therapy; daily living skills instruction, components of Eden Autism Curriculum, visual labels and schedules, and education through the Fox Run School.
Fox Run Center provides highly structured residential treatment programs for adolescents with emotional, behavioral or mental health issues, or who have intellectual or developmental disabilities (IDD). Residential psychiatric treatment for adolescent girls ages 12–17 is offered through the Hopes Program, which takes a multi-disciplinary approach to treatment to address each patient’s medical, psychiatric, social and academic needs.
The Visions Program is designed for adolescent girls ages 12–17 with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD). Through this program, Fox Run Center encourages the development of prosocial behavior and adaptive living skills in a structured residential setting.
We also offer education for the youth in our care through our licensed and accredited Fox Run School.
Children and adolescents who experience emotional and adjustment challenges may also struggle for success in the classroom. Fox Run Center is committed to providing our youth with high-quality educational experiences throughout their stay through programming at the Fox Run School. Our school is operated by East Central Ohio Educational Service Center in partnership with the St. Clairsville-Richland City Schools, the Ohio School district within which the center is located. The Fox Run School is in compliance with the Ohio Department of Education Standards, including special education provisions for students qualifying for Individualized Education Programs (IEP).
Through the Dreams Program, Fox Run Center offers residential psychiatric treatment for boys and girls ages 5–12 with mental, emotional or behavioral issues.Learn More
The Visions Program at Fox Run Center is designed for adolescent girls ages 12–17 with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD).Learn More
Fox Run Center provides residential psychiatric treatment for adolescent girls ages 12–17 through the Hopes Program.Learn More
Fox Run Center is proud to be a part of the Kidlink Treatment network.Learn More
Fox Run Center is accredited by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.Learn More
The Joint Commission’s gold seal of approval shows that we have demonstrated compliance to the most stringent standards of performance, and we take pride in our accreditation.Learn More
The National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention has partnered with Fox Run Center, to strengthen the country’s clinical capacity to provide innovative suicide prevention and care.Lean More
As a proud supporter of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention, Fox Run Center provides education and resources to the communities we serve.