Community Residential Rehabilitative Services
Providing community residential Rehabilitation for children and teens with mental illness in on-site facility. A referral is required for enrollment.
- 100 Emerson Lane, Suite 1525, Bridgeville, PA 15017
- 6401 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15206
- 211 Huff Avenue, Greensburg, PA 15601
- 106 Laird Street, Greensburg, PA 15601
- 521 Plymouth Street, Greensburg, PA 15601
- 1350 Broadview Boulevard, Natrona Heights, PA 15065
- 314 S. Water Street, Kittanning, PA 16201
- 310 Central City Plaza, New Kensington, PA 15068
- 121 Erhardt Drive, Penn Hills, PA 15235
- 104 Beta Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15238
- 4782 Leechburg Road, New Kensington, PA 15068
- 335 E. 4th Avenue, Tarentum, PA 15084
- 201 Corbet Street, Tarentum, PA 15084
- 3230 William Pitt Way, Pittsburgh, PA 15238
- 90 West Chestnut Suite 200EW, Washington, PA 15301
- 243 Johnston Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15241
- 5250 Caste Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15236
- 16055 Perry Highway, Wexford, PA 15090
- 221 Penn Avenue, Wilkinsburg, PA 15221
Our Community Residential Rehabilitation program provides treatment for children and youth who require out-of-home placement due to mental health needs, offering an alternative to traditional restrictive out-of-home options.
Children and youth are placed in an approved home and a treatment team works with the child and child’s family of origin to facilitate reunification.
A child in this program receives team delivered mental health services by a therapist, psychiatrist, and a skills-mentor who work in unison together to ensure that the child’s needs are being met.
Foster parents who take in a child enrolled in this program are provided with additional training and support, and participate in clinical meetings pertaining to the child’s care and treatment plan.
This program can be used in the continuum of care to avoid a Residential Treatment Facility (RTF) placement or as a step down from a Residential Treatment Facility (RTF) for those being released and still needing an additional level of care and support before returning home.
Our experience has proven that the cooperative teamwork from our clinicians, children, foster family, and the children’s birth parents/caregivers has resulted in the reduction of psychotropic medication reliance for children and the stabilization in placements.
If you are interested in making a monetary donation or donating supplies (like gift cards, toys, items for school), please contact us and we can provide specific details on what our foster children in this program need.