Transitional Living Program
Sex Offender Assessment
High Impact Program
This 12-bed co-ed facility provides a secure and therapeutic setting for youth in transition as well as a short-term High Impact Program.
This facility provides services for youth between ages 12-19.
Youth placed for emergency shelter services will stay from 1-30 days
or more as needed.
Those placed in the short-term Intensive Supervision / High Impact Program will remain for 75-125 days or as needed (see Intensive Supervision/ High Impact Program description).
This unit also serves youth who are in transition from another facility / living arrangement to their home.
Youth are provided education through the Northwest Intermediate Unit 5 classroom. Classroom milieu will address required academic subject areas, life skills, and social skill development at a level appropriate for individual clients. Within the unit, youth will experience individual and group counseling which addresses their needs as well as incorporating coping skills, social skills, separation / loss issues, decision-making skills, drug and alcohol discussion, and relationship skills. Youth will be referred for community-based therapy when needed.