Residential placement is out-of-home therapeutic placement for youth needing the most intensive level of services. All of the facilities used by the Court are licensed by the State of Ohio and are staff secure, providing intensive counseling and supervision 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Youth placed in residential treatment are typically youth who have not adjusted well to community-based services. Removing a youth from his/her home is always a difficult decision. The Court’s goal is to work with youth and their families in the least restrictive environment and to only place a youth out of home after community-based resources have been exhausted. Services in residential placement include but are not limited to: Individual therapy, group therapy, anger management, sex offender treatment, chemical dependency treatment, and family counseling; mental health care, psychological, and psychiatric evaluations and monitoring; Medication evaluation and monitoring; Educational services, including special education, GED preparation & vocational education.


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