Pressley Ridge’s residential treatment campuses are a safe haven for children who need a highly structured and safe living environment.
Our facilities offer supportive spaces to practice new possibilities based on individualized treatment plans designed to create productive, self-sustaining lives.
Empowering youth to succeed.
Our short term treatment programs provide a supportive live-in environment with 24-hour staff where youth are assisted in overcoming behavioral and emotional challenges, while learning the necessary skills that will enable them to return home or to their designated permanency option, strengthen family and adult relationships, and become better connected to their community.
- Trauma-informed, evidence-supported treatment models of care
- Trauma-informed Individual, Group and Family Therapy
- Medical and Psychological/Psychiatric Services
- Family Education, Engagement and Case Management
- 24-Hour Crisis Response and Support
- Comprehensive and Clinical Assessment
Individualized treatment in a safe, nurturing environment.
In WV, Pressley Ridge operates level III and ASCEND, a specialized, high-acuity residential treatment model designed to serve youth with the most acute levels of mental health/behavior health challenges. The level III and ASCEND residential treatment programs serve youth throughout the state with severe/intensive behavior and emotional challenges with past traumatic experiences. These high-levels of care allow for implementation of evidenced-based/supported assessment and treatment models integrating family engagement supported by foundations of structural family therapy; family finding, supported by Kevin Campbell’s Family Finding Model; and discharge planning/transition to community focus.
In Pennsylvania, Pressley Ridge operates a facility that serves youth dually diagnosed with an intellectual disability and mental health disability, including youth with Autism. In addition, we provide housing for students at the Pressley Ridge School for the Deaf.