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Treatment

Day Treament

Day Treatment is an alternative for at-risk girls, ages 11-18 to prevent out of home placement and support living at home. Generally, these girls are behaviorally and emotionally stable enough to reside safely in their own home but struggle to function effectively in the public school setting. The goal is to provide a fully accredited school program with comprehensive therapeutic treatment services for the students, and increase their ability to return to and function successfully within a public school setting.

Girls referred to Day Treatment are behaviorally and emotionally stable enough to reside safely in the community but struggle to function effectively in the public school setting. Excelsior's Day Treatment provides a fully developed alternative school program with comprehensive therapeutic treatment services for girls.

Students who benefit from day treatment:

  1. Girls ages 12-18
  2. Her parents or caretakers live locally
  3. She struggles to function effectively in a public school setting
  4. Her behavior and emotional state are stable enough to allow her to reside safely in the community

 

Referrals to Excelsior's day treatment program are accepted from county human services agencies, school districts, juvenile courts and families placing privately by contacting the Admissions Department at Excelsior below:

Christy Pennington, LPC
Admissions Manager
303-693-1550, ext 228
christyp@excelsioryc.org

Jim Uhernik, LPC
Director of Business Development and Admissions
303-693-1550, ext 239
jimu@excelsioryc.org

Decisions for admission will generally be made quickly, and clients may begin in the program within 24 hours of completion of the intake process.

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