Shiloh House offers a continuum of therapeutic services for males and females ages 5 to 17 years. Our residential programs are located in smaller, home-like settings and address a broad range of emotional and behavioral challenges while teaching life skills, providing quality educational services, and helping youth build healthy relationships with their families and their communities.
Our licensed clinicians recognize that no one practice model is a universal fit for every therapeutic need. Clinicians use multi-dimensional techniques, incorporating evidence based & multiple models of practice to provide individual, group, family and experiential therapy to address trauma, anger management, social skills, positive self-expression and many other issues which prevent young people from functioning in healthy ways. In addition, Shiloh House offers specialized residential programs to work separately with youth who have sexualized behaviors indicating a level of risk that requires therapeutic intervention.
While in our care, all youth receive a balance of intensive clinical services and interventions focused on community-based programming, educational services and opportunities for normalizing experiences. Staff members strive to balance nurturing relationships while providing guidance and accountability.
Residential programming is designed to cultivate success when kids leave our program and transition into the community. Many kids in our care continue to receive day treatment, in-home services, outpatient therapy or other non-residential services to ensure successful transitions to less-restrictive environments.