The Day Treatment Program serves children, ages 12–17 or 6th-12th grade, who either live in the community or reside in the Residential Program at The Children’s Home. It provides:
- Year-round programming (7:25 a.m.–1:55 p.m. five days a week)
- Treatment groups
- Psycho-Educational groups
- Experiential and Adventure-Based counseling
- Individual counseling
- Family counseling
- Individualized goals/interventions
The program utilizes a structured environment concentrating on strengths, skill building, and problem solving through individual therapy and in groups. Day Treatment also provides interventions that address the reduction of mental health symptoms, improvement of behavioral functioning, increased coping and relational skills, recovery, and ability to function in an educational and community setting.
Working collaboratively with family, referral sources and other agencies, Day Treatment staff set individualized therapeutic goals to meet the needs of the client and family. Also in working with, the Winston Salem Forsyth County Kingswood School, the program offers a full alternative public school academic environment, EC services, small class size and experiential learning. The school offers clients a real-life environment where behavioral and academic issues are worked through with the help of the professional staff.
The unique nature of our campus enables learning opportunities that all children in our care benefit from, such as countless hands-on experiential learning, from farm-centered activities to arts-based projects to trust-building ropes courses.
The Children’s Home accepts Medicaid and other health insurance for services provided and offers payment plans to assist those without insurance coverage.
Admissions: 336-721-7625 or firstname.lastname@example.org