a place for hope and healing

Our Residential Treatment Program in Plymouth Meeting serves boys and girls ages 6 to 14 whose behaviors have become too unsafe for them to live in a home or community setting. All of these children have experienced loss, unexpected challenges, and/or significant trauma.

Our team embraces a trauma-informed approach where all children are helped to feel valued and deserving. We respect each child’s family and guardians and include them as full partners in the care, treatment, and education of their children. We support children to achieve academically in school.

Successful treatment is achieved when children can return to their own family, a new family, or to a supportive group living setting in the community. And every day, we want each child to experience the joy and happiness of childhood.

To learn more about our Residential Treatment Program, please contact us at 610.825.4440 or by email.

reach out

If you have questions about whether a child in your care may benefit from our Residential Treatment Program, please contact Leslie Archer, LCSW, Admissions Coordinator:

610.825.4440 x3287



our residential treatment programs include:

  • Clinical Services provided by Master’s-level therapists, including individual, family, and group therapy, as well as comprehensive case management.
  • Emphasis on evidence-based practices (EBP), creative art therapies, and measurable outcomes; including implementation of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).
  • Significant collaboration with the family throughout the course of treatment to support successful reintegration into the home and community.
  • Psychiatry Services overseeing all components of treatment, and providing direct diagnostic evaluations, medication management, and direct services to residents with their families.
  • Children and young teens participating in the residential program in Plymouth Meeting attend either Martin Luther School, an Approved Private School which is licensed as a private academic school and is located on our campus, the local public school (Colonial School District), or another private academic school determined to best suit their academic and support needs.
  • Faith and spiritual support providing voluntary religious expression and worship services, and values groups, all of which are sensitive and open to all religious affiliations.
  • Enriching and therapeutic recreational activities.
  • A gender-affirming environment for LGBTQI youth.