Youth Villages’ residential treatment programs serve boys and girls with serious to severe emotional and behavioral problems combined with other needs. Although placement criteria vary for each campus, the programs accept adolescents and teens with IQ scores of 45 or above. Almost 95% of those admitted have multiple presenting issues.
Our goal is to return children to a less restrictive environment to continue their progress through intensive in-home services, with their family when possible, or therapeutic foster care when it is not.
Located just outside Memphis, the Bartlett Campus provides residential mental health treatment for boys ages 8-17 and girls 11-17 who have serious emotional and behavioral problems.
Also located just outside Memphis, Youth Villages’ Dogwood Campus provides residential mental health treatment for boys ages 8-17 and girls ages 11-17 who have serious emotional and behavioral problems.
The Deer Valley Campus provides psychiatric residential treatment for boys ages 11-17 who have serious emotional and behavioral problems in a natural setting amid more than 1,000 acres of wooded land and rolling hills near Linden, Tenn.
The Youth Villages Intensive Residential Treatment Center provides a safe environment on the Bartlett Campus to help boys ages 9-17 with serious emotional and behavioral problems.
Youth Villages offers intensive, individualized treatment for girls ages 9-17 at our Girls Center for Intensive Residential Treatment located on the Bartlett Campus.
Youth Villages operates group homes in the Memphis and Nashville areas to allow young people to receive mental health support while they learn to live successfully in the community.
The woodland setting of the Inner Harbour Campus offers an experiential therapeutic environment for seriously troubled children on 1,200 acres in Douglasville, Ga., just outside Atlanta.
Located next to Marylhurst University in Lake Oswego, Ore., the Christie Campus features intensive residential treatment in a secure environment as well as enhanced psychiatric residential treatment with extra staff and psychiatric support for higher acuity youth. The beautifully landscaped setting also houses the Cedar Bough Native American Program, which offers help for Native American youth and others who can benefit from a strong cultural and spiritual life program.
Situated along the Clackamas River in Oregon City, Ore., the Clackamas River Campus regularly hosts youth receiving help in the Cedar Bough Native American Program. The campus also is home to the staff of Youth Villages’ Intercept intensive in-home services program.
Youth Villages is an approved TRICARE provider for residential treatment.