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Residential Treatment for Girls

Residential Treatment for Girls

Residential Treatment for Adolescent Girls

Fox Run Center provides residential treatment for adolescent girls ages 12–17 through the Hopes Program. This program provides multi-disciplinary treatment that addresses each patient’s medical, psychiatric, social and academic needs. Our team balances therapy, age-appropriate activities, life skills training and education in a secure, structured and fun environment.

The Hopes Program at Fox Run Center provides a secure setting for therapeutic programming and educational services. Specialized programming designed for Hopes supports adolescent residents in developing systems to better manage their symptoms, emotions and behaviors associated with traumas or other mental health-related concerns.

The residents in the Hopes Program are typically experiencing symptoms associated with severe depression or other Axis I diagnoses, family and/or social conflicts, anxiety, excess fears, severe problems with self-esteem, mood and/or thought disorders, impulse control disorders, aggression, self-injurious behaviors, coping with trauma, sexual, physical, and/or verbal abuse and/or neglect.

These programs generally continue over a three to six month period but vary based on presenting issues to be addressed. Contact us to learn more about the Hopes Program for adolescent girls. We offer compassionate, confidential assessments at no cost.

We’re Here to Help

Fox Run Center’s professional staff are available to offer information and to help make the transition to treatment as smooth as possible for your child or adolescent. Call 800-245-2131 to get started. If you need immediate medical assistance, contact 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.