Residential treatment for children and teens is the most intensive type of treatment available. Although still living at home, certain children and adolescents can get mental health care and therapy. Others, however, who have major behavioral issues or live in unsafe environments, will have to live in a residential setting.
Residential luxury rehab is only sought-for if other, less intensive community-based treatments have failed or are insufficient to meet the young person’s needs. To put it another way, residential treatment is the last resort after you’ve exhausted all other options.
Psychiatric in-patient care in a healthcare institution is not the same as residential treatment. Residential programs normally include lengthier stays, whereas psychiatric treatment is primarily for persons in crisis who need help for a short amount of time.
Making the decision to put a child or adolescent in a residential treatment center can be a difficult one. The type of assistance provided to a family varies by location, but it may include:
- Training programs for parents and guardians
- Family therapy or counseling
- During moderated family visits, in-home support to help families and adolescents adopt new strategies
- Parents or guardians who are concerned about their teen or young adult’s behavior might join support groups conducted by and for them.
- Support via telephone
- Mental health awareness and education
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