Intensive Psychiatric Residential Treatment
We primarily treat: Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), Trauma, PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, ADHD/ADD, & OCD.
Unique in Arkansas, Youth Home’s highly successful Intensive Psychiatric Residential Treatment program specializes in the treatment of emotional and behavioral health of adolescents ages 12 to 17 from a trauma-informed perspective. We are a TRICARE® In Network Residential Treatment Program.
Treatment plans are individualized with lengths of stay averaging 6 months, however, that will vary based on the specific needs of the adolescent. This program is staffed 24/7 by a comprehensive team of professionals and is located on our beautiful, open 52 acre campus.
Residential programs are best suited to families who have tried lower levels of care like Outpatient Therapy with little or no relief for a child's symptoms, who experience safety issues in the home, and who are experiencing diagnostic ambiguity - or are struggling to accurately identify a patient's diagnosis. If you feel like you're having unmanageable trouble with your child, we may be a good fit for you.
Why Choose a Residential Treatment Program?
Patients in Intensive Psychiatric Residential Treatment are Provided:
- Medication management and assessment by our Psychiatrists
- Individual, group, and family therapy by our Licensed Clinical Therapists
- Recreational therapy
- Speech, occupational and physical therapy, as needed
- Nursing and Qualified Behavioral Health Provider services 24 hours a day
- Adolescents attend Siebert Educational Center, which is approved by the State Department of Education
- Psychological testing by our staff Psychologist
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To be eligible for Youth Home's intensive psychiatric residential treatment program, patients must be 12 to 17 years of age and have recent attempts at treatment in outpatient therapy and/or and inpatient hospital.
Patients should be intellectually capable of benefiting from the program (Full-Scale IQ = 70 or above) and have severe emotional or behavioral issues related to a psychiatric diagnosis that require intensive treatment in a secure psychiatric facility. Youth Home also requires enrollment in an educational program (i.e. public school, day treatment, or vocational).
Residential Program Highlights
- Award-Winning Recreational Therapy
- Trauma Informed Care Approach
- EMDR Therapy
- Trauma-Informed CBT Therapy
- Group & Family Therapy
- Individual Therapy
- View Additional Therapy Techniques
- TeleMedicine and TeleHealth (Family Therapy)
Residential Program Activities
- Art, Photography, Music & Drama
- Social Skills & Etiquette
- Independent Living Skills Training
- Animal Assisted & Equine Therapy
- Gardening (Eat what you grow!)
- Journaling, Board Games, & Movies
- Yoga & Dance (Certified Instructor)
- Low-Challenge Ropes Course
- Fitness & Sports Camp
Facility Highlights (Virtual Tour)
- 52 Beautiful Wooded Acres
- Open Rural Setting and Walking Paths
- Low Ropes Challenge Course
- Full Size Gym
- Outdoor Basketball Court and Pavilion
- Gardening and Green House
- Comfort Rooms
- On-Campus ADE Approved School (Siebert School)
- On-site Occupational Services
Youth Home also offers specialty tracks within our continuum of care. Click one of the links below for more information:
Problems with Substance Abuse (Secondary Diagnosis)
We do not accept adolescents:
- With parents/guardians who are unwilling to actively participate in our program
- With a primary diagnosis of substance abuse
- Who are actively homicidal or suicidal
NECESSARY INFORMATION FOR SCREENING PROCESS
- Specific recent behaviors/symptoms, particularly those which have occurred within the past month
- Letter of recommendation from the current therapist
- Most recent psychiatric hospitalization and/or outpatient therapy records
- Birth certificate, Social Security card, immunization record, Medicaid number (if applicable)
- Court Order (if applicable)
- Medical history including any physical problems or limitations
What to Expect: Patient Discharge
Planning for a patient’s discharge is an important step in the overall treatment at Youth Home. Discharge planning begins on day one of treatment. Our goal is to provide patients with the therapeutic and life skills necessary to function in a home setting. While in treatment, each patient may have different discharge goals and placement options. Some will return home to their parents/relatives while others will return to foster care or a group home setting. It is the treatment team’s primary goal to make sure patients are placed where their needs will be met medically, educationally, and therapeutically.