ADDAM Member Programs

Alpine Academy is a licensed Residential Treatment Center located in Erda, Utah for clinically complex adolescent girls. We are accredited by the Teaching-Family Association and use that evidence-based model to guide the treatment process for our students and families.

www.alpineacademy.org
Christian Egan
Admissions Director
CEgan@alpineacademy.org
1-800-244-1113

Ascend Healthcare is a 6-bed residential treatment center for adolescents located in Los Angeles, CA. This dual-diagnosis program treats standalone mental health and co-occurring substance use disorders. Our all-inclusive 45-90 day program utilizes highly individualized treatment programs offering CBT, DBT, mindfulness training, EMDR and other trauma treatments, and a wide variety of experiential therapies. Weekly family therapy is a requirement, and multi-family group therapy as well as sibling support groups are offered on weekends.

School is included daily on-site, and Ascend’s ABA-trained, master’s level behavioral educational specialist liaises directly with the child’s school to get the work they need to complete to remain current or to catch back up. We help teens learn how to emotionally-self regulate in a healthy manner so that they can once again return to living in a happy, healthy, and harmonious home environment.

Seamus McKeon
Director of Admissions & Outreach
seamus@ascendhc.com
1(800) 646-1202

Nestled in the mountains of Western North Carolina, Asheville Academy is a therapeutic boarding school serving students ages 10-14.  Our program is specifically designed to help young girls overcome social, emotional, and academic challenges using a family-focused and experiential approach.

In addition to individual, group, and family-therapy, our expansive 97-acre campus features a robust animal and equine-assisted psychotherapy program.  Our uniquely designed therapies utilize a relationship-based approach, so students learn to respect the animals and create healthy boundaries, which translates into their relationships with family and peers.

Asheville Academy’s alluring campus, expert staff, and dynamic therapy pave the transformative path towards lasting success for young girls and their families.

https://ashevilleacademy.com/
126 Camp Elliott Rd.
Black Mountain, NC 28711
Laura Storey, Director of Business Development
laura@ashevilleacademy.com
828-214-9281

Bancroft is a leading nonprofit provider of specialized services and support for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities, including autism and those in need of neurological rehabilitation. Through its innovative continuum of care, Bancroft offers a comprehensive range of services for unlocking each person’s full potential and meeting his or her changing needs throughout their life.

For over 130 years, Bancroft has pioneered new ways of helping people with disabilities lead more independent and fulfilling lives. Headquartered in Cherry Hill, NJ, Bancroft boasts 30 programs in 16 locations serving 1,700 people annually throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware, including more than 200 community-based group homes and supported apartments.

Joy Furgiuele, Director of Admissions
856.348.1153
joy.furgiuele@bancroft.org

Located outside of Cleveland, Bellefaire JCB provides residential treatment for individuals ages 8-21 with mental health challenges, as well as those with both chemical dependency and mental health diagnoses. Programs include Intensive Treatment, short-term Stabilization and Assessment, and Transitional and Independent Living.

www.bellefairejcb.org
Cynthia Hartz, National Outreach and Marketing Specialist
Mobile Phone: 216/978-3598
Direct Phone: 216/320-8317
Direct Fax: 216/932-8520
Intake Helpline: 216/320-8502

The Center for Discovery is dedicated to serving children with significant developmental disabilities and medical frailties including a growing number of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The supports we offer are grounded in the land and our community of care and education, which for many years has integrated food and farming, science and research, and health and wellness. The Center is located near Monticello, NY.

www.thecenterfordiscovery.org
Kaitlin E. Haas, MPA 
Senior Admissions Coordinator
KHaas@tcfd.org
(845) 707-8075

Genesee Lake School is a nationally recognized school dedicated to improving the lives of children, adolescents, and young adults with developmental disabilities, mental health disorders, neurological disorders, or emotional disturbances. In addition, we offer specialized programs for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Mood and Anxiety Disorders, and Complex Trauma. As a Council on Accreditation certified residential treatment program, we follow an individualized, person-centered, and integrated team approach, emphasizing positive behavioral support, therapeutic relationships, and developmentally appropriate practices. Our 160 acre campus in the wooded Wisconsin countryside is a calm and nurturing setting where students from around the country gain the skills and experiences necessary to successfully return to their families, school districts, and communities.

http://www.geneseelakeschool.com
Matt Balestrieri
262-569-5510
admissions@geneseelakeschool.com

The Guild School provides day and residential special education services to male and female students ages 6 – 22 with Intellectual Disabilities, Autism, and mental/behavioral health challenges. Interventions include Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), speech and occupational therapies, counseling, psychopharmacology, and paid vocational work shifts. Residential students are integrated into the community and live in family-style homes in Massachusetts neighborhoods.

http://www.GuildHumanServices.org
Steven Belec
Chief Admissions & Outreach Officer
The Guild School
521 Virginia Road
Concord, MA 01742

Phone: 781.893.6000 x5111
Fax: 781.795.7450 
Email:  sbelec@guildhumanservices.org

www.havenwoodacademy.org
Nathan Hofeling, Marketing and Admissions Director
nathanhofeling@havenwoodacadem y.com
Office: 435-586-2500
Cell: 435-233-8735

Havenwood Academy is a residential treatment center in Cedar City, Utah for girls  ages 12 to 18.  We operate a Positive Peer Culture system that creates an environment where students build relationships with our therapists, staff and other students that are based on trust and unconditional love. Students find the safety they need to appropriately and effectively deal with the difficult issues impeding their growth and development. Havenwood Academy provides a wide range of therapies custom designed for each student including individual, family, group, experiential and the formal and informal therapy embedded within the Positive Peer Culture.

Other program components include equine therapy using the EGALA model;  outdoor activities in the nearby National Parks which allows teens to connect with a deeper part of themselves, escape normal daily distractions and find peace, and a full range of accredited educational, remedial and career services.

The Heartspring School, located in Wichita, Kansas, is a not-for-profit residential and day school serving boys and girls ages 5 – 21, from across the country. Heartspring serves students with various developmental delays and/or intellectual disabilities, but specifically specializes in serving those with an autism spectrum disorder. Most students have challenging behaviors that have interfered with their educational progress, access to their community, and life at home.

Heartspring utilizes principles of Applied Behavior Analysis and positive behavior supports to develop an individualized behavior program for each student. In addition, increasing communication skills is also a vital part of each student’s program. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is used with students who have limited functional communication to help them learn and participate in their educational program and in their community, with minimal behavioral disruptions.

www.heartspring.org
Kristina Baker – Director of Admissions & Outreach
kbaker@heartspring.org
Office: 316-634-8874
Cell: 316-214-1132

The Heritage Community is a 19-acre therapeutic community comprised of three specialized programs; Peers, Elevate and Launch. Located at the base of the Wasatch Mountains in Provo, Utah,  Heritage serves girls and boys ages 12-17.  Students within these academies  may have  neurodiversity, high-functioning autism or  a history of traumatic experiences resulting in depression, defiance, school refusal, self-harm and/or self-medication.

The power of the Heritage Community is the benefit of campus-wide activities bringing students together for social experiences like athletics, performing arts or school dances where they practice and are coached on developing skills and abilities.

http://www.heritagertc.org
Ian Petersen, Business Development Director
ian.petersen@heritagertc.org
(801) 226-4607

HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy is an approved private day and residential school in Philadelphia, PA, that serves medically complex children ages 5-21 and focuses on each child’s abilities. HMS gives students a voice and teaches them how to navigate their world through our customized assistive technology. Our individualized, comprehensive programs facilitate independence, social interaction, cognitive growth and communication skills, in both a school year and summer school environment. HMS also provides individualized consultative evaluations for families and school districts.

www.hmsschool.org
Christine Cuvo
ccuvo@HMSSchool.org
215-222-2566 Ext. 149

The Judge Rotenberg Center (JRC) is a special needs day and residential school located in Canton, Massachusetts, licensed to serve ages five through adult.  Since 1971, JRC has provided very effective education and treatment to both emotionally disturbed students with conduct, behavior, emotional, and/or psychiatric problems, as well as those with developmental delays or on the autism spectrum.

http://www.judgerc.org
Ralph Antonelli

R.Antonelli@JUDGERC.org
(781)828-2202 EXT. 4404

Kidlink Treatment Services (KTS) is a network of specialized residential treatment centers providing programming to children and adolescents who have been unsuccessful in previous treatment settings. KTS works with parents, social services and court agencies, as well as school districts, insurance companies and managed care companies to assist them in identifying the most clinically appropriate treatment setting for their children and youth.

Our network of treatment programs includes more than 50 educational and specialized residential behavioral treatment programs. KTS provides access to treatment programs for, but not limited to, both male and female children and adolescents, children with low cognitive functioning, severe emotional disturbance, sexually abusive behaviors, psychiatric disorders as well as extreme anger and aggression issues.

www.kidlinknetwork.com
PJ Moraci
Vice President
PJ.Moraci@uhsinc.com
800-726-4032

The King’s Daughters’ School (KDS) is a private nonprofit residential school located in Columbia, TN. KDS serves children and a limited number of adults with various intellectual disabilities, including autism, Prader-Willi Syndrome and Down Syndrome. Students must have a below average IQ and be working below grade level. At KDS, students receive core academics as well as life skills and vocational training to reach their greatest level of independence.

www.tkds.org
Shauna Bryant, Assistant Executive Director
sbryant@tkds.org
931-388-3810

Lakemary Center, founded in 1969, is located approximately 30 miles south of the Kansas City metro area and serves boys and girls 6-21 with developmental/intellectual disabilities along with concurrent psychiatric illnesses.  Children at Lakemary Center receive special education services in the accredited on-site special purpose school in their 24/7 therapeutic milieu.

www.lakemaryctr.org
Melissa Otto, Admissions Director
motto@lakemaryctr.org
Amanda Martell, School Principal
amartell@lakemaryctr.org
913-557-4000

The Latham School, a program of Latham Centers Inc., has been offering a safe environment for growth and learning on our beautiful campus on Cape Cod since 1970.  At Latham students receive intensive therapy, specialized education and vocational and recreational opportunities.   The students arrive having had challenges at home, school, or both. 

Other students need more intensive ADL and vocational training to prepare them for adult living.  Latham serves students with complex special needs with a dual diagnosis of cognitive impairment and a mood disorder including autism, and students with Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS).  Latham Centers is one of the few programs in the world who works with children with PWS.

www.lathamcenters.org
Susan LaPlant
admissions@lathamcenter.org
774-353-9237

Located outside of Cleveland, Monarch Center for Autism, a division of Bellefaire JCB, provides comprehensive services for individuals 3-21 with autism, as well those dually diagnosed with autism and a significant psychiatric disorder. The center includes Day School (lower, middle and upper), High School, Transition Education and Therapeutic Residential programs.

www.monarchcenterforautism.com
Cynthia Hartz, National Outreach and Marketing Specialist
hartzc@bellefairejcb.org
Mobile Phone: 216/978-3598
Direct Phone: 216/320-8317
Direct Fax: 216/932-8520
Intake Helpline: 216/320-8502

Since 1995, New Haven Residential Treatment Center has been an industry leader in residential treatment care for adolescent females, ages 12-18. At New Haven, with locations in Utah,  evidenced based therapy is combined with ongoing outcomes measures to mark the progress of each family throughout their treatment process. New Haven’s proven, relational approach requires intensive family involvement and personal accountability as these two factors are key in achieving lasting therapeutic success.

Healing begins as families utilize our Adaptive Family Systems Model to address the negative coping behaviors caused by depression, anxiety, trauma, attachment, addiction and other mental health conditions. This model provides a framework for our students to find peace with their past, learn to thrive in the present, and create a foundation for a hopeful future.

www.newhavenrtc.com
Stacey Koller
Director of Admissions
801-592-3533
staceyk@newhavenrtc.com

New Leaf Academy in Bend, Oregon is a therapeutic boarding school for girls, offering admission to students ages 10 through 15 years of age. Our program is tailored to the social, emotional, developmental and academic needs of the pre-adolescent and young adolescent girl. We are here to help with your journey of rediscovery, one that develops a dynamic working relationship with your daughter, helping you and your family to navigate the challenges of adolescence toward a solid future together.

www.newleafacademy.com
Jenifer Parker, Admissions Director
jparker@newleafacademy.com
541-318-1676

Continuing a century of tradition, the Sonia Shankman Orthogenic School, is located in Chicago, near the University of Chicago campus. The school remains committed to providing the highest quality of intensive therapeutic milieu for children and adolescents (Ages 5 to 21), struggling with severe emotional challenges and/ or high functioning Autism Disorder.

The Success of the Orthogenic School is found in the balance between being a supportive residential intervention while being a strong academic program. A standout among residential treatment centers, the School provides departmentalized and college preparatory classes for high school, junior high, and elementary students, as well as a well functioning residential milieu that promotes individual autonomy at the same time promoting a sense of community. Working in collaboration with our families, we offer a safe haven and path to hope as the students move toward a happy, productive, independent young adults.

www.oschool.org
Kristin Friesen, LCSW
Director of Admissions
Ph: 773-420-2891
kfriesen@oschool.org

Stetson School Inc., an affiliate of Seven Hills Foundation, is the pioneering residential education facility for treating males who show problem sexual behavior.  Located on 200 wooded acres in Barre, Massachusetts, Stetson School began specializing in problem sexual behavior in 1994 for boys and young men ages 9-22, and has since expanded to include treating students with conduct disorders such as oppositional and pervasive disorders, anxiety disorders, autism spectrum disorder and other cognitive impairments.  Stetson School offers latency, alternative learning and transitional living services, as well as psychosocial/sexual and educational assessments.

www.sevenhills.org/stetsonschool
Pete Gow
Marketing and Outreach Coordinator
pgow@stetsonschool.org
978-355-4541×4128

Summit Prep in Kalispell, MT is an accredited non-profit college prep co-ed therapeutic boarding school…offering a nurturing relationship based developmental approach to treatment. Students’ ages 14-18. SEVIS approved.

The Summit Model, developed by founder Rick Johnson M.S.W.  provides the foundation for the purposefully designed campus and programming in a normalized boarding school setting.

An Experiential Focus is at the center of our programming: Family retreats, team challenge trips, hiking, climbing, biking, skiing, adventure therapy, expressive arts and more.

Summit’s Mission is: To Transform the Lives of Teens by Promoting Emotional Maturity, Academic Success, and Healthy Relationships.

www.summitprepschool.org
Christine Hurst LCPC
Admissions Director
churst@summitprepschool.org
1-406-758-8113

T.C. Harris School is a nationally-recognized residential treatment center and therapeutic school that puts into action the spirit of our work to advocate for and develop the skills of students with intellectual/developmental disabilities with a co-occurring mental health diagnosis.  Our model and philosophy of upholding a strong therapeutic and academic program as the only means to achieve lifelong success for students with special needs sets the stage for our students to excel.

Our treatment program is relationship based, emphasizing positive behavioral supports, collaborative problem solving, and trauma informed care.  Our education program is accredited by the Indiana Department of Education and is aligned with IN Common Core Standards and each student’s IEP goals. We integrate our therapeutic and educational programs to help students locally and from around the country gain the skills and experiences necessary to be successful and as independent as possible in life.

www.tcharris.com 
John Soderberg, Admissions Director
john.soderberg@tcharris.com 
(877) 854-1024

Whitney Academy, located in East Freetown, MA, is a Community Based Special Education Residential Treatment Program specializing in the treatment of boys (Ages 10-22) with cognitive delays, mental health diagnosis and sexualized behavior problems ranging from trauma reactive to sexually abusive. The majority of our students come to us with a significant trauma history.

http://www.whitneyacademy.org/
Seanna O’Brien
Outreach Coordinator

sobrien@whitneyacademy.org
774-271-0073

Woods, located on a 330 acre campus in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, provides supports and services to more than 800 people with special needs and challenges. Our programs are highly individualized and are as unique as the people we serve. The challenges that bring children, adolescents, and adults to Woods are compelling and diverse.

http://www.woods.org
Ryan Garrison, MS, LPC
Director of Admissions
rgarrison@woods.org
Direct: 215-750-4045 
Cell: 215-870-0339
Office: 800-782-3646
Fax: 215-750-4591

Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch is a psychiatric residential treatment facility located on 410 acres in Billings, Montana. Boys ages 10 – 18 and girls 12 – 18 who have experienced trauma and mental health disorders benefit from vocational programming, comprehensive clinical care, and therapeutic education services.

http://www.ybgr.org/
Jackie Lloyd-Randolfi, MS
Business Development Coordinator
jlloyd@ybgr.org

1732 72nd Street West | Billings MT 59106
Office: 406.655.2125 | Cell: 406.208.0917 | FAX: 406.656.0021

Disclaimer: ADDAM is an association of member programs that provide residential and educational services. ADDAM does not evaluate or endorse the services of any member programs.