Extended Treatment for Teenage Boys
Alabama Clinical Schools offers two residential programs to meet the needs of young men exhibiting reactive behaviors and struggling with mental health issues that cannot be managed on an outpatient basis. Residential treatment offers long-term, 24-hour care for patients, allowing them to be a supportive, therapeutic environment and free from some of the influences that have lead to inappropriate behaviors or the triggers that exacerbate the symptoms of their potential mental health issues.
Residential Treatment Program: For males ages 9 to 18 who displaying sexually reactive behaviors. Designed to change thinking patterns, emotions and behavioral responses to interrupt destructive patterns.
RISE Residential Treatment Program: Co-developed by the State Department of Human Resources for males ages 13 to 18 who may have been denied admission or discharged from other placements due to severe behavioral issues or more complex mental health issues.