Residential Services at Southeast Campus

Southeast Campus is a therapeutic residential treatment center where children can grow socially, behaviorally, and academically. The program emphasizes positive social skills, reducing academic and behavioral regression and exercise.

There are four housing cottages on campus with capacity of 35 beds; three cottages for adolescent boys and 1 cottage for girls.

The main goal of Southeast Campus’ residential services is to provide a structured and supportive living environment which maximizes time spent in the community to eventually facilitate a transition to less restrictive environments. Services include:

      • Residential/Educational Placement 
      • Behavioral Treatment Residence 
      • Respite Care
      • Clinical Care

Active family involvement is encouraged. Clinicians take a lead role in supporting the needs of each student by providing strength-based individualized care and work closely with their families to achieve individual, educational, and familial goals.