Psychiatric Residential Treatment Programs
River Park Hospital offers four psychiatric residential treatment programs for children and adolescents. These longer-term programs provide highly specialized treatment for children experiencing severe forms of emotional distress and trauma, and youth who are exhibiting troubling behaviors that require a more secure and structured form of care, treatment, and therapy. Learn more about the details of each program by clicking on the links below.
Adolescent Co-occurring Disorders Program (ROAD): The ROAD Program is a psychiatric residential treatment program for youth ages 12-17 with co-occurring disorders.
Adolescent Sex Offender Program (Roundtable): The Roundtable Program is a unique, psychiatric residential treatment program for adolescent male sex offenders, ages 12 to 17.
The Barboursville School: The Barboursville School is a secure 24-hour psychiatric residential treatment facility providing mental health services for teens ages 12 to 17 who have demonstrated harm to self or others.
Child Abuse Reactive Program (BRIDGE): The Bridge Program is a psychiatric residential treatment program designed for children ages 8 to 12 who have been sexually, physically and emotionally abused and are experiencing psychological, emotional and behavioral difficulties.
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River Park Hospital is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to address your questions and concerns. To schedule a no-cost assessment or for more information about our programs, please call 800-621-2673 or use our online contact form today. In case of medical emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.