The Residential Treatment Program supports an 8-bed secure unit which houses coed youth that range from 12 to 17 years of age that have been court-ordered into the program.
The purpose of the Eaton County Youth Facility Residential Treatment Program is to provide trauma-informed rehabilitative services for youth who have been adjudicated delinquent, and deemed in need of services by the Juvenile Division of the Eaton County Family Court.
It is the goal of the Residential Treatment Program to rehabilitate each youth using intensive evidence-based treatment to such an extent that they develop the skills necessary to lead more productive and positive lives.
As youth progress through the five levels, they are expected to assume additional responsibilities within the program, at home and in the community.
Services provided to Residential Treatment Residents:
Youth attend school year-round 5 days a week with teachers who coordinate with Grand Ledge Public School District. The school system does accommodate special education services.
Youth for Christ is offered once a week for those youth that are interested in their spiritual growth
Therapy services are delivered by in-house master’s level, licensed clinicians while a treatment team approach is utilized to support youth. All clinicians are trained and/or certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy
Family Therapy is held weekly with the youth’s therapist and family
Daily group therapy including anger management, life skills, relationships and communication, personal responsibility, music group, and RBT skills