Residential Programs

Individual treatment in a safe, supportive environment.

Sometimes, outpatient treatment isn’t enough. That’s where Youth Villages comes in.

At our residential campuses, we give children and youth a safe, supportive environment to heal and move forward. Our integrated, evidence-based therapy treats serious emotional and behavioral problems in young people, as well as co-occurring disorders.
Residential Programs

Committed to bringing families together

At Youth Villages, we believe that all children should be raised by their families whenever possible. There are times when residential care can’t be avoided, but we strive to make these stays as short as possible.

When family reunification is possible, we begin family counseling and therapy. Our campuses provide a family-friendly atmosphere with plenty of family therapy and visitation rooms, as well as outdoor areas for visits and picnics.

Residential Programs

Our treatment is designed around children with specific needs.

Youth we treat include the following:

  • Youth with intellectual disability (IQ 50 or above)
  • Boys and girls with problem sexual behaviors
  • Youth with emotional disturbance and co-occurring medical conditions
  • Youth that present with extreme aggressive or defiant behaviors
Residential Programs

Our Process

Our ultimate goal is to return children to a less restrictive environment—preferably intensive in-home services with their family. If this isn’t possible, we accomplish this through therapeutic foster care.

Youth Villages is accredited by The Joint Commission and uses evidence-informed practices across all aspects of programming.

Our personalized therapeutic approach allows us to meet the unique treatment needs of everyone we serve, which includes:

  • Evidentiary Family Restoration®
  • Group, individual and family therapy with master’s-level counselors
  • A 5:1 staff ratio
  • Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) when indicated
  • Recreation therapist programming at our campus locations
  • On-campus education services
  • Nursing staff that are available for medical needs that may arise
  • Face-to-face psychiatric consultation monthly, at minimum
  • Life skills groups to assist in skill building and preparation to live independently as an adult

 

In addition, all Youth Villages residential treatment center staff are certified and trained in the following:

  • American Heart Association Heartsaver® First Aid CPR AED
  • Crisis Prevention Institute Nonviolent Crisis Intervention®
  • Think:Kids Collaborative Problem Solving® (CPS)

*All masters-level clinical staff are TF-CBT trained.

We Are A Force For Families®

CAMPUS LIFE

Children are grouped by gender, age, diagnosis and functioning level. Ten to 12 members of each group live in the same cottage and spend all day together—attending class, eating meals and participating in activities as a group.

Each cottage includes a community room, bedrooms, bathrooms, showers, a kitchen, laundry room, and an office for the counselors. All bedrooms are equipped with bunk beds, armoires and sinks.

Group counseling, life skills activities, homework and free time all take place in a cottage community room during afternoons and weekends. There is also plenty of outdoor space for cooking out and picnics. Outdoor “ready areas” provide a nice spot for group activities, as well.

OUR RESIDENTIAL CAMPUSES

TENNESSEE

Bartlett Campus

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. Read More

7410 Memphis-Arlington Rd. | Bartlett, TN 38135
Phone: 901-252-7800
Fax: 901-252-7880
Campus School: 901-252-7749
Campus School Fax: 901-252-7793

Dogwood Campus

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. Read More

2890 Bekemeyer Drive
Arlington, TN 38002
Phone: 901-252-7200
Fax: 901-252-7280
Campus School: Telephone — 901-252-7250
Fax: 901-252-7265

Deer Valley

The Deer Valley Campus provides psychiatric residential treatment for boys ages 11-15 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. Read More

2225 Deer Valley Rd. (mailing address: P.O. Box 560)
Linden, TN 37096-0560
Phone: 931-589-5500
Fax: 931-589-2005

Boys Center for Intensive Residential Treatment

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. Read More

7426 Memphis Arlington Road
Memphis, TN 38135
Phone: 901-252-7980
Fax: 901-252-7990

Girls Center for Intensive Residential Treatment

Youth Villages offers intensive, individualized treatment for girls ages 9-17 at our Girls Center for Intensive Residential Treatment located on the Bartlett Campus. Read More

7386 Memphis Arlington Road
Bartlett, TN 38135
phone: 901-252-2900
fax: 901-252-2901

Group Homes

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. Read More

GEORGIA

Inner Harbour Campus
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. Read More

4685 Dorsett Shoals Road | Douglasville, GA 30135
Phone: 770-852-6300
Toll-free: 800-255-8657
Fax: 770-852-6301

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. Read More

4685 Dorsett Shoals Road | Douglasville, GA 30135
Phone: 770-852-6300
Toll-free: 800-255-8657
Fax: 770-852-6301

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