Residential Treatment Facilities
The Residential Treatment Facility (RTF) in Bradford consists of seven beautiful group homes located in the community. Eight children reside in each home.
There are a total of 56 beds, offering young people with behavioral health problems a structured environment within a natural setting.
Providing 24-hour awake supervision, direct care staff are trained to nurture and encourage while at the same time setting appropriate limits. The group home setting is ideal for children who have not been successful responding to treatment provided in their home or school, and who require the structure and supervision of an out-of-home placement.
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The Youngsville Treatment Facility provides yet another local placement option for children and adolescents from the region. This state of the art, 16-bed facility provides residential treatment to both males and females, with 24 hour, awake supervision and a client to staff ratio of 4 to 1. The site features individualized treatment that focuses on responsibility and accountability, in a caring and nurturing environment.
|Youngsville Treatment Center|
Our Residential Treatment Facility (RTF) in Towanda, PA is a 16 bed co-ed facility. This Joint Commission accredited RTF offers young people with behavioral health problems a structured environment within a campus-style setting. The site consists of two separate units. One unit is used for males, and the other unit for females.
This site also provides 24-hour awake supervision, on-site nursing staff, and a privately licensed alternative education program. The Towanda RTF is ideal for children who have not successfully responded to other forms of treatment provided in the home and school settings.