Programs and Services
Hermitage Hall provides 24 hour supervision in a residential setting for young boys and girls, ages 9-17. We provide a structured environment which promotes growth and challenges the youth as they progress in treatment. Our programs are designed to meet the individual needs of new residents in a peer setting with clearly outlined expectations and caring staff members.
Hermitage Hall offers a variety of services to promote the health and safety of our youth.
- Comprehensive Assessment & Evaluation
- Individual, Group, and Family Therapy
- Psychiatric Services
- 24-hour Nursing Services
- Multi-Disciplinary Treatment Planning
- Chemical Abuse Treatment
- Relapse Prevention
- Family Support & Home Visits
- Discharge/Aftercare Planning
- Crisis Intervention
- Psychological Testing & Consultation
- Recreations Therapy
- Community Re-integration
Our education department has set a standard by being the only facility that provides a computer keyboard for each resident via the Renaissance Learning System. Hermitage Hall sets itself apart educationally by offering learning modules that adapt to the youth’s specific learning abilities and functional level.
- 24-Hour Staff Supervision
- Locked-Door Secure Facility
- Electronic Surveillance
- Master’s Level Clinicians
- Licensed Mental Health Professionals
- Registered Nurses
- Certified Recreation Therapists
- Master Addiction Counselor (MAC)
- Certified Teachers (Regular & Special Education)
- Child & Adolescent Psychiatrists
- For Girls
- For Boys
Often, youth enter into residential treatment due to behavioral and emotional instabilities that have resulted in unsuccessful interactions with society. Many facilities focus on the remediation of these behaviors as the goal of treatment. At Hermitage Hall, we view these interactions as symptoms of an underlying issue.
Trauma Informed Care provides for an environment and specialized services that are responsive to the unique needs of trauma survivors. Emphasis is placed on “what has happened to the child” rather than “what is wrong with the child.” A deep understanding of survivors and their symptoms in the context of their life experiences guides our care.
Individualized treatment plans are developed in full partnership with our residents, their guardian(s), and professionals that are familiar with the child’s care prior to admitting to Hermitage Hall. Goals and objectives are outcome based and developed with the youth’s unique strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences in mind. Treatment planning is a collaborative process that involves the youth, his or her guardian, and referral source.