Family Breakfast

Residential Services

CTUB is a staff-secure, residential facility for adolescent males. The goal of this program is to change the mindsets and behavior patterns of the youth so that they will be able to function appropriately in society and will return to the community as healthy, productive citizens. The length of placement is determined by the specific needs of the youth.

 

The CTUB program believes the bond created between staff and residents in a smaller community based treatment environment is imperative to successful program completion and release. The program is flexible in that it will meet the individual needs of each client.  Opportunities exist for the youth to work, educate and recreate in the community.

 

CONCERN’s residential program deals with male adolescents, ages 12-21, who have been adjudicated delinquent or dependent, with a myriad of challenging behaviors. These youth require services to deal with delinquent behaviors, mental health issues, abuse issues, addiction issues, vocational, educational and independence issues.

 

The program provides daily opportunities for emotional, social, educational, and physical growth. This not only minimizes the likelihood of continued negative behavior, but also prepares the youth for responsible social living.

Friends on a Mountain

This unit is a staff-secure, residential facility for adolescent males. The goal of this program is to change the mindsets and behavior patterns of the youth so they will be able to function appropriately in society and will return to the community as healthy, productive citizens. The program provides daily opportunities for emotional, social, educational, and physical growth. This not only minimizes the likelihood of continued negative behavior, but also prepares the youth for responsible social living.

CONCERN Treatment Unit
for Boys (CTUB)

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