Educationally identified as emotionally handicapped, learning disabled, other health impaired, and autism. We also serve students with psychiatric and judicial issues, intellectual developmental disabilities, speech and language, fire setters, problematic sexual behavior.
Number of days open:
Location and Facilities:
Our main campus is on Route 3 in Plymouth. We also have classrooms in Campton and Pike. We offer several experiential classes in Plymouth, Romney, Campton, East Haverhill and Lincoln.
1. An informational packet that contains court papers (if involved), academic levels, psychological testing, child’s history, IEP, and educational testing.
2. Interview of child.
3. Admission team meets to discuss the appropriateness of student for program.
4. Admission forms are available on our web page.
Programs and Services:
Comprehensive education program, individual, and group therapy, behavioral modification program, family counseling, educational consulting services, diagnostic and specialized tutoring as well as short-term comprehensive assessments.
Also offered are exploration and resource classes to assist students who have the need to build up basic skills. In addition, extended year placement, separate from basic tuition, a vocational program and outdoor education is offered.
History and Philosophy:
As a program, our purpose is to provide a safe, supportive, structured, predictable environment for the children placed in our care. Our mission is to help all our children build self-confidence and develop self-esteem. Our goal is to prevent relapse into inappropriate and destructive behavior by affirming strengths and confronting negative behaviors and attitudes.