Fox Run Center for Children and Adolescents is dedicated to serving the behavioral health needs of our local and extended community. Our services focus on the specific needs of children, adolescents, and their families in a residential treatment setting.
Residential treatment centers (RTC) provide longer-term treatment programs (lasting 3-12 months or longer) for children and adolescents with complex behavioral health problems. Fox Runs secure environment allows for a variety of therapeutic interventions and educational services for males and females, children and adolescents, ages 5-17. The program is designed to help youth learn more effective coping skills to manage themselves and situations. Our clinical specialists establish individualized treatment plans including a balance of therapies and activities based on each childs individual needs. The multi-disciplinary approach at Fox Run offers physician-led treatment teams that addresses overall medical, psychiatric, social and academic needs of the child.
In addition to the RTC, Fox Run has launched a highly-specialized program for dually diagnosed adolescents who have a primary diagnosis of a mental health condition and are experiencing cognitive deficits related to mental retardation or other developmental disabilities. The Visions program is designed for males and females ages 12-17 with an IQ between 50 and 70.