Admissions

Hermitage Hall has specific admissions criteria to ensure that only those most appropriate are accepted for treatment. The Director of Admissions is accessible 24 hours a day.

The admissions counselors at Hermitage Hall will assist with the application process, explain finance and insurance options, provide initial assessments, handle professional referrals and offer parent resources.

Hermitage Hall accepts the following:

Adolescent Females:

  • Ages 10 to 17, upon admission
  • FSIQ of 65 or greater
  • History of traumatic experiences which may include sexual abuse or incest, physical abuse, severe neglect, emotional abuse, exposure and witnessing of violence, multiple abandonments, and unexpected traumatic losses
  • May struggle with self-injurious behaviors, mild eating disorders, dissociative problems, acute stress disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, hypersexuality or other reactive difficulties.

Adolescent Male Trauma Program:

  • Ages 13 – 17, upon admission
  • FSIQ 65 or greater
  • History of traumatic experiences which may include sexual abuse or incest, physical abuse, severe neglect, emotional abuse, exposure and witnessing of violence, multiple abandonments, and unexpected traumatic losses
  • No indication of an active psychosis/suicidal/homicidal ideation upon admission
  • DSM IV diagnoses are medically and cognitively stable.
  • Presents no immediate danger to self or others.

Child/Adolescent Male Sexually Reactive or Abusive Male Program

  • Ages 9 – 17, upon admission
  • FSIQ 52  or greater
  • Adjudicated and/or Non-Adjudicated Sexually Abusive Behavior
  • No indication of an active psychosis/suicidal/homicidal ideation upon admission
  • DSM IV diagnoses are medically and cognitively stable.
  • Medication compliant.
  • Presents no immediate danger to self or others

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