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    Programs that provide an alternative living environment and mental health treatment services in licensed, non-secure facilities for children and adolescents with significant emotional or behavioral problems who have some capability to engage in community-based activities. Although the types and combinations of treatment vary, treatment services typically include individual, group and family counseling, behavior modification, vocational training, recreational therapy and skill building. Therapeutic group homes are generally licensed by the state; offer a less restrictive treatment environment than residential treatment, but are more restrictive than therapeutic foster care; and are located in the community where residents attend local schools.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Residential Care ServicesNortheast Parent and Child Society operates two group homes for ten boys and ten girls ages 14-21. Weekly individual, group, and family therapy is provided in a supportive, and confidential environment. Problems such as anger control, substance and sexual offending are addressed. The youth practice skills such as taking public transportation, cooking, and maintaining a budget in weekly independent living groups. A consulting psychiatrist and a consulting psychologist perform psychosocial assessments, I.Q. testing, emergency evaluations, medication reviews, and assessment of behavioral interventions. Round-the-clock supervision and support is provided.SchenectadyGROUP HOME PROGRAMNORTHEAST PARENT AND CHILD SOCIETY
    Residential Care ServicesGroup Homes in Troy residential treatment for children and youth experiencing emotional, behavioral, and-or developmental challenges RensselaerGROUP HOMESVANDERHEYDEN HALL
    Residential Care ServicesMiriam House, an eight-bed coed community residence is licensed by the NYS Office of Mental Health for youth ages 12 to 17, who are ready to transition from a residential treatment facility or psychiatric hospital, or who are unable to live at home due to ongoing emotional-mental issues. Youth receive mental health services at their community child guidance clinic and all health-related appointments are made in the community. Whenever possible, youth will attend public school. The focus of the program is to prepare youth for a timely return to his-her community. The residence also provides the community with one crisis respite bed. This bed is open to any child ages 12 to 17, who is in need of respite for a brief time (1 to 14 days).AlbanyMIRIAM HOUSE COMMUNITY RESIDENCEPARSONS CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER
    Residential Care ServicesNew Scotland Avenue Community Residence is a co-ed group home located in the City of Albany. It provides adolescents in the care of and custody of a county Department of Social Services a long-term residential placement and serves youth ages 12 to age 21. Services provided include: assessment, case management, individual and family counseling, outreach services, medical services, special education, coordination with public schools, recreational therapy, emergency placement, independent living skills training, transportation, discharge planning, and transitional support.AlbanyNEW SCOTLAND AVENUE COMMUNITY RESIDENCEPARSONS CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER
    Residential Care ServicesResidential services for court-placed male adolescents aged 11-18 with psychiatric issues-diagnoses. This dorm has an 8-bed capacity and intensive staffing with a staff-to-resident ratio of 1:3. All youth residing in this dorm receive educational services at the School at Northeast. They are typically in self-contained classrooms where they receive specialized academic instruction and attention from teaching staff which includes a teacher and two teacher assistants. Individual, group, and family counseling focused on the reason for referral is provided. Medication is monitored by a psychiatrist. Northeast recruits volunteers to assist with teaching and instruction in the residential treatment center, who must go through a training program.SchenectadyRESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTERSNORTHEAST PARENT AND CHILD SOCIETY

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