Residential Treatment

Holly Hill Child and Family Services Qualified Residential Treatment Program is for youth in foster care ages 11-17. Our exclusive program specializes in the unique traumas and attachment needs of youth who are removed from the care of their birth family. Offering a home-like environment on a therapeutic campus, we provide a safe, structured, and individualized treatment for our state’s most vulnerable youth. Our program is built on principles of trauma-informed care and the understanding that each youth in our care is resilient.

Youth in our program live on campus and attend off-campus public schooling. While on campus, skilled Adolescent Treatment Workers care for youth and receive wrap-around clinical and behavioral support from experienced Case Managers and board-certified licensed Therapists. Our approach to treatment is rooted in a shared understanding that we must work with the youth on current stressors and past traumas to ensure lasting change. To achieve this, each youth in our program receives an individualized treatment plan developed to ensure success outside of a residential setting.

We are a recognized program for the treatment of victims of human trafficking and work with all youth in care to prevent future commercial exploitation.

Youth in our care receive:

    • Therapeutic living quarters with either a single or a double room
    • Evidenced Based Treatment for treatment of high-risk youth
    • Behavioral Supports
    • Educational Advocacy
    • Social Skill Development
    • Prevention Programming designed to reduce the Risk of Exploitation
    • Psychiatric Care
    • Mentorship
    • Case Management
    • Clinical Therapy (Individual 2 times per week, Group sessions, Family sessions)
    • Crisis Support 24/7
    • Independent Living Skills
    • Enrichment Programs
    • Medical / Dental Care from Local providers
    • Treatment Team Meetings with Youth, Child Protective Services Workers, Schools, and others
    • Weekly Outings
    • *Specialized treatment for Victims of Human Trafficking