Therapeutic Campus-Based Care

Submitted on Thursday, 01/09/2020 - 5:37 am


Mountainside is a trauma-informed, therapeutic campus-based treatment program that provides clinical interventions to children and youth with emotional and behavioural challenges.
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Preadolescent Treatment Program (PTP)

The Preadolescent Treatment Program (PTP) is a trauma-informed, attachment-based, therapeutic campus-based treatment program serving kids between six to 12 years. PTP provides a relationally rich environment to help kids improve self-regulation and reduce maladaptive behaviours.
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River Lodge (formerly Cottage One)

River Lodge (formerly Cottage One) provides services in a therapeutic campus-based treatment facility for special needs youth ages 12 to 17 years with developmental, emotional and behavioural problems. We strive to enhance every youth’s ability to become a contributing member of the community, maximizing their potential and improving their quality of life.
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Specialized U-13 Program

Specialized U-13 is a trauma-informed, connection-based program serving children under 13 years of age. It provides a relationally rich environment with present, attuned, attentive, and responsive caregivers. The goal of the program is to teach the children regulation skills, improve social/emotional functioning along with supporting parents/caregivers to increase parenting capacity.
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Turtle Lodge: Developmental Treatment Centre (formerly Cottage Seven)

Turtle Lodge: Developmental Treatment Centre is a therapeutic campus-based (and day) program for children and adolescents ages 6 to 17 years with developmental delay and severe behaviour/mental health problems. Our program reduces problem behaviour, teaches adaptive behaviour and social skills and involves parents as change agents.
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Track: Young People’s Lodge (formerly TRACC)

Track: Young People’s Lodge, assists youth and families through a continuum of services. The service is designed to treat adolescents with serious emotional and/or behavioural difficulties who are not yet able to be effectively served in the community.
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