Day treatment programs at The Village Network provide youth ages 7 to 18 years of age with nonresidential services to help them address their trauma-related issues. This program is designed for youth who require more than the conventional outpatient level of care but do not need the security of a locked residential treatment center or 24-hour care.
Day treatment programs provide two levels of care designed to treat a variety of psychiatric conditions stemming from traumatic experiences and exposure to toxic and chronic stress. Applying the recommended interventions from the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics brain matrix and assessment, this trauma recovery program uses group therapy, psychopharmacology, psychoeducation and individual therapy to help at-risk youth.
Our treatment approach is based on the sciences behind the Adverse Childhood Experiences and the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics™. This approach integrates several core principles of neurodevelopment and traumatology into a comprehensive approach to the child, family, and their broader community. Many of our interventions are designed to strengthen the minds of our youth and allow them to make sound decisions and develop relationships. Some interventions include art and music therapy, equine therapy, yoga and movement therapy.
Our program is designed to treat a variety of mental health issues and related problems stemming from traumatic experiences. These mental health issues may include:
Our staff is made up of caring professionals who are dedicated to providing high quality services to assist in improving the lives of the people we serve. Our staff includes:
Learn more about our Day Treatment program.