Provides 24/7 treatment for youth and adolescents with a variety of mental health, attachment, and/or substance abuse issues; who demonstrate self-injurious and aggressive behaviors; and/or have moderate to severe autism.
Sometimes this is your last hope in helping your child. Interventions such as school-based and outpatient counseling have not been successful in treating maladaptive behavior. Or maybe there is a crisis or need for intensive therapuetic treatment. At Bellefaire JCB, we offer several distinct residential programs located in secure units on our 32-acre campus. Our programs are accredited by The Joint Commission are specifically ideal for indviduals who have:
Residential services are led by a multidisciplinary treatment team that includes dually-trained licensed mental health/AOD clinicians, child and adolescent psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, counselors, registered nurses, board-certified behavioral analysts and residential milleiu staff.
Our programs include individual and group therapy, partial hospitalization, psychological evaluation, psychiatric evaluation and medication monitoring as indicated, and chemical dependency assessment and treatment. Nursing and routine medical care are provided on our campus.
Our two secured, self-contained, co-ed treatment complexes serve youth ages 11 to 18 who have acute crises and persistent and/or prolonged and pervasive behavioral problems.
Services include individual and group therapy, partial hospitalization, psychological and psychiatric evaluation, and chemical dependency assessment and treatment
This residential treatment program is for individuals ages 11 to 17 who have co-occurring substance abuse and mental health diagnoses. With certification from the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) for residential alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment, Bellefaire JCB is uniquely positioned to provide treatment to individuals with a primary AOD need and who have related mental health issues.
Our Critical Care Stabilzation and Assessment unit is an alternative to a psychiatric hospital. This program is available 24/7 for emergency mental health or co-occurring mental health/substance abuse issues. The co-ed four-bed mental health unit serves youth ages 8 to 17 and provides a safe, highly supervised and supportive environment that facilitates intensive, individualized, and short-term therapeutic services.
Each client receives risk assessment and diagnosis, crisis intervention and stabilization, and medication assessment. An initial psychiatric evaluation and stabilization needs assessment guides the child’s stay and discharge planning will begin at admission in cooperation with the placing agency to move youth as appropriate to less restrictive levels of care as their immediate condition improves.
Monarch Boarding Academy (MBA) is a co-ed therapeutic residential treatment program for individuals with Autism ages 8 to 21. The program focuses on developing communication and life skills so residents can learn how to function better – allowing them to return home or to a less-restrictive setting. Residents live in secure, home-like cottages based on peer relationship skill sets.
This program is designed and staffed to enhance social, behavioral, communicative, functional, and academic growth. Each resident’s day, from wake-up to bedtime, is highly structured and consistent. All activities – from personal grooming to group meal preparation to recreation – are designed to complement classroom experiences at Monarch School. Residential and school staff coordinate behavioral and education plans to ensure consistency in both settings, thereby leading to greater and accelerated gains.
This campus-based program is for adolescents ages 16 to 21 who are preparing for independent living. Participants have varying degrees of behavioral and/or emotional problems that have interfered with growth, development and overall functioning in key areas such as peer relations, school and family. This program is a step-down option from higher level of care and/or for youth who are at risk of homelessness due to mental health, developmental disabilities, or other issues. Program highlights include:
This is a community-based program for ages 17 to 21 that teaches independent living skills. Participants in this program are at risk for homelessness or have been homeless in the past. A goal is to prevent future involvement with the criminal justice or child welfare system by increasing protective factors and descreasing risk. Upon admission, each client is assessed by a social worker and a service plan is developed, which include individual case management, mental health services, and alcohol and drug treatment. Clients are required to adhere to several criteria including: