Transitions Academy provides behavioral health services to adolescents in a 24 hour, structured, residential setting. Our program offers treatment services that are best practice and evidence-based, targeted to address the social, emotional, behavioral, and mental health impairments in a trauma informed environment. The internal continuum of care provides treatment options in terms of programming that is best suited to address the individual treatment needs at any given time during the treatment process.
Transitions Academy recognizes the importance of total wellness; therefore, program components such as educational, vocational, recreational, spiritual, and social awareness are key components in the overall treatment process. Transitions Academy is committed to providing creative programming designed to treat individuals with various impairments “where they are” in terms of their emotional, behavioral, and mental health needs.
Re-integration to a less restrictive setting is assessed at the time of admission; therefore, each individual in care has immediate transition goals that will play a significant role in the treatment process.
Transitions Academy provides four specific areas of best practice and evidence-based programming to address a variety of identified mental health issues.
- Adolescents 12 to 18 with social, emotional, behavioral impairments.
- Males and females, ages 12 to 18 (I.Q. 70 and above) with social, emotional, behavioral, and other mental health impairments that have prevented them from functioning in a least restrictive setting. This program provides an adaptive level of functioning assessment and offers both residential and private secure levels of care.
- Adolescents 12 to 18 with developmental and intellectual disabilities with sexually maladaptive behaviors.
- Males, ages 12 to 18 (I.Q. 50 to 70) with developmental and intellectual disabilities who have been identified as having sexually maladaptive behaviors (SMB) as well as other social, emotional, behavioral, and mental health impairments. This program offers a private secure level of care.
- Adolescents 12 to 21 with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
- Males and females, ages 12 to 21 (I.Q. 50 to 70) with developmental and intellectual disabilities, as well as other social, emotional, behavioral, and mental health impairments. Gender specific units. Private secure setting.
- Adolescents determined to be high risk/high needs.
- Adolescents who have been identified through their treatment history, intense behavioral patters, or significant mental/medical health issues to be high risk/high needs. This specific population is an intensive treatment program offering stabilization on a 10-bed private secure unit. The I.Q. range is open and each individual is assessed for adaptability to the current program enrollment.