Day Treatment Program
Additional Information on our Day Treatment Program
The Rockingham County Schools' Day Treatment Program is committed to providing quality services to children, youth and families affected by mental illness/behavioral problems. These services are provided to enhance their potential to remain within the home community and function successfully within the mainstream educational setting.
Day Treatment serves adolescents and children who are not being successful in their regular school setting due to behavioral/emotional difficulties. It integrates individualized education with therapeutic treatment for youth. Youth Haven Services, a Critical Access Behavioral Health Agency (CABHA), has partnered with Rockingham County Schools to provide clinical oversight and support to the program. This ensures that each youth is able to earn school credits while acquiring skills to successfully cope with his or her behavioral and emotional challenges.
Day Treatment provides individualized education integrated with intensive mental health treatment services based on individual treatment plans to improve functional skills including, but not limited to:
Social skills development
Adaptive skills training (personal care, leisure, etc.)
Enhancement of communication and problem solving skills
Positive behaviors support activities and reinforcements
Case Management services
Specialized instruction to address curricular and/ or special education needs
Who can be referred?
Youth between 5 and 20 years old who have significant problems being successful in a regular school setting due to behavioral/emotional difficulties.
Youth who have symptoms related to their mental health diagnoses which inhibit them from successful functioning in an academic, social, vocational, community, and/or family domains.
Youth at risk of being removed from home or school due to multiple suspensions, expulsions, impaired peer and or family relations, etc.
Once referred, Youth Haven Services will review or conduct a comprehensive clinical assessment to determine if the youth meets the criteria for Day Treatment.
To make a referral, please contact Director Serena Hooker at:
401 Moss Street, Reidsville NC 27320