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  RISE Residential Treatment Program
 

Alabama Clinical Schools is partnering with the Alabama Department of Human Resources (DHR) to provide psychiatric residential treatment services for male youth in Alabama through the RISE Program. RISE was developed to target youth who might have been receiving mental and behavioral health care out of state. Referrals to the RISE Program must be approved and authorized by the State DHR office.

Youth eligible for the RISE program may have been denied admission to or have been discharged from various intensive placements because of their emotional and behavioral problems and/or mental illnesses. The youth placed in the RISE program will have a DSM-V diagnosis within the range of 290-316 with documented serious emotional, mental illness and behavioral problems.

Treatment Services in the RISE Program include:

  • Individual, Group and Family Counseling
  • Psychiatric Services
  • Nursing Services
  • Assessment based and Individualized Treatment Planning
  • Cognitive Restructuring utilizing Rational Behavior Training
  • Social, Vocational, and Independent Living Skills Training
  • Psycho educational Groups
  • Educational Programming (General, Special Ed., & GED)
  • Indoor and Outdoor Recreational Activities
  • Discharge/Aftercare Planning
  • 24 hour supervision
  • Secured facility

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1221 Alton Drive, P.O. Box 100968 | Birmingham, AL 35210 | 205-836-9923

Physicians are on the medical staff of Alabama Clinical Schools, but, with limited exceptions, are independent practitioners who are not employees or agents of Alabama Clinical Schools. The facility shall not be liable for actions or treatments provided by physicians.

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