School Based Day Treatment Program
What is the Family Transitions School Based Day Treatment Program?
Family Transitions, Inc. is offering a School Based Day Treatment that is designed to help children with emotional and behavioral challenges to develop and maintain positive attitudes and age appropriate behavior during the school year. Each participant receives an individual service plan customized to meet his or her needs by combining psychotherapeutic interventions, educational activities and mental health treatment. The program combines a highly structured behavioral curriculum with recreation activities that fosters self-esteem, teaches positive decision-making skills and nurtures family support and cooperation. In addition each participant receives group and individual therapy.
This program includes, but is not limited to, retaining youth in the community while empowering the family. It is our belief that through understanding, we can embrace differences and encourage success.
What are the program features for Family Transitions School Based Day Treatment Program?
This program is designed to educate, empower and uplift youth in the program through activities that stimulate creativity, improve self-esteem and promote positive age-appropriate behavior. Our School Based Day Treatment Program is one individual component of the year round intervention offered through our therapeutic day treatment program.
Where are the Family Transitions School Based Day Treatment Program sites?
- Fairfield Elementary School
- Thomas Jefferson High School
- Thompson Middle School
- Binford Middle School
- Ginter Park Elementary School
- George Mason Elementary School
- Hugenot High School
- Elkhardt Middle School
- John Marshall High School
What does the Family Transitions School Based Day Treatment Program offer?
- Educational Support
- Structured Recreational Activities
- Cultural Enrichment Activities
- Arts and Crafts
- Computer Based Activities
- Music Therapy
- Experiental/Outdoor Excercies
- Anger Management Groups
- Life Skills Groups
- Communications Enhancement
What are the Family Transitions School Based Day Treatment Program eligibility criteria?
There is an eligibility criteria for this program.
- A minimum IQ of 60 is required.
- Referred youth must exhibit specific difficulties and maintain certain requirements on a continuing intermittent basis.
If you are interested in obtaining information about this program and admission requirements, please call (804) 745-5101 to arrange an appointment
Services are available through Medicaid, Department of Juvenile Justice (294 Funding), private donors, self-pay, and/or the Family Assessment and Planning Team (FAPT) funding approval process.
How are referrals made to the program?
Referrals for the Family Transitions School Based Day Treatment Program may be made by family members, school personnel, social workers, psychologists and psychiatrists by calling Intake at 745-5101.
How do you contact us?
For more information about the Family Transitions School Based Day Treatment Program, call or write to:
Family Transitions, Inc.
2505 Pocoshock Place, Suite 202
Richmond, VA 23235
p: (804) 745-5101