Residential mental health programs in northern Indiana for children and teens
Some of our specialized programs include:
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Intellectual Deficits/Developmental Delays
- Sexually Maladaptive Youth (SMY)
- Substance Use
Programs are designed to support youth in developing healthy coping skills so they can return to and live successfully in their community. We have the ability to serve more than 100 youth each day, primarily between the ages of 10 and 18 at the time of referral.
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Additional Program Opportunities
Group Home Referrals
In addition to providing a step down from our residential services, our male group home will accept direct referrals from area juvenile courts, Department of Education and Department of Child Services.
Diagnostic and Evaluation
Diagnostic and Evaluation 30-day assessments are available for males (10–18) and females (12–18). It consists of a clinical assessment, psychiatric evaluation by a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist, review of records, social and emotional testing, IQ achievement, family evaluation, recreational assessment, spiritual assessment and a medical evaluation. A milieu report is provided.
Continuum of Care
Oaklawn, The Children’s Campus is unique in that we are part of a larger network of Oaklawn services. This gives us the ability to provide a much stronger continuum of care and plan for success. We have access to therapists, psychiatrists, group counseling and a plethora of options in adolescent treatment. We find the ability to provide these services greatly improves the chance of success.
Oaklawn’s foundation is built around the importance of treating the whole person throughout therapy; including spiritually. Youth will receive a spiritual assessment within two weeks of joining our program and will be given the opportunity to meet with our in-house chaplain throughout the program if they choose. They will also be offered the opportunity to attend religious services on and off campus.
For more information about these programs, or to make a referral, contact our Admissions Department at (574) 259-5667, ext. 222, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make a referral
If you would like to make a referral for a youth you are working with. Call us at 574-259-5667, ext. 222 or email us at email@example.com