Tricare®-Certified, Residential In-Patient Care
As a TRICARE®-certified residential facility for youth ages 12 to 17, Youth Home, Inc. is committed to treating each child as an individual and providing exceptional treatment for military families from anywhere in the world. Our program addresses children’s entire wellbeing including medical, psychiatric, social, and academic needs. We provide a variety of therapies and activities in a beautiful, open, and comfortable environment for diagnoses like reactive attachment disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, severe depression/anxiety, trauma and more.
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.
For families outside the state, we will help you plan and coordinate travel for your youth, and will always ensure you stay connected and informed throughout the treatment process because you are an important part of our treatment team. We even gladly offer visitation via video if family is unable to attend during visitation hours.
Why Choose a Residential Treatment Program?
Specialty services dedicated to our military families include:
- Reactive Attachment Disorder Treatment. (We are recognized as leaders in treating RAD)
- Our Safe Solutions Program - developed for sexually reactive patients to help them relearn healthy and age appropriate behaviors.
- Our Trauma-informed care approach, including Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
- Our RTC/ TRICARE® Liaison - she works closely with referral sources and families during the admission process, during treatment (including travel assistance), and at the time of discharge.
- TeleMedicine and TeleHealth services offered as allowed by state regulations and consistent with TRICARE® guidelines.
- Celebration of Month of the Military Child & Purple Up Each April - Since many of our patients are military-connected kids, we really feel strongly about honoring them and their families throughout the year.
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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
Military Resources for Youth
- National Military Family Association (Operation Purple)
- Operation: Military Kids (Purple Up History)
- Our Military Kids
- Sesame Workshop – Talk, Listen, Connect (For Military Families)
- MEMC - Behavioral Health Guide (For Military Families)
- Zero to Three – Coming Together Around Military Families (For parents of Young Children)
As a health care provider myself, I have high expectations of what professional medical care standards look like and your facility and staff have not only met but easily surpassed those standards. The organization and structure that Youth Home provides the residents is phenomenal. The children are given expectations and the proper encouragement to meet those expectations. They are set up for success at every turn and focusing on their successes instead of their failures alone has resulted in a very positive attitude and atmosphere upon every visit.
Martin A., DDS
Capt, U.S. Navy, Ret.
As time passed, we could gradually see a change in our son’s demeanor and attitude. He began to see past the anger and toward a future full of promise, one which his mother and I are very grateful for, and one which was facilitated by the Youth Home experience.
Youth Home parent