"Cal Farley's is one of America's largest privately-funded child welfare providers specializing in both residential and community-based services at no cost to the families of children in our care. Cal Farley's offers three types of services to children and families: residential, educational and community-based." Cal Farley's Boys Ranch is located northwest of Amarillo.
"Aspen Education Group is recognized nationwide as the leading provider of education programs for struggling or underachieving young people. Our services range from short-term intervention programs to residential treatment, and include a variety of therapeutic interventions."
"Peninsula Village, established in 1986, is a long-term residential treatment center specializing in treating adolescents who have not been successful in other treatment settings. Ages 13 to 18. Peninsula Village is located in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, and is minutes from Knoxville, Tennessee."
"Brookhaven utilizes a Treatment Team approach when working with our young men and their families." Brookhaven is located southwest of the Dallas area.
They offer "emergency shelter for children between the ages of infancy to 17, residential care for children 5 to18, foster care for large siblings groups between the ages of infancy to 17, transitional living services to help residents grow into responsible adults, therapeutic intervention for all residents including crisis counseling, individual, group and family counseling, and behavior management, compensatory education, health care, recreational activities / leadership development to include 4-H, Camp Wildbeast, summer camps, scouting, youth sports and others, and appropriate referral for children who require a higher level of supervision. " Boysville is located in Converse, Texas.
"Project PATCH is a licensed and accredited non-profit Residential Treatment Facility. Resident stay full-time and learn healthy life-skills using behavior-modification therapy and Christian principles.
Offers residential treatment and services to at-risk boys between the ages of 10 and 17.
Offers Christian-based residential care for boys and supportive services to families to promote conflict resolution, appropriate behavior, goal setting, academic success, and family reunification. Located in Brenham, Texas.
A Christian-based, nonprofit organization serving and supporting individuals in crisis, and helping them achieve educational, vocational, and employment/career opportunities. A transitional resource for individuals 18 years and older. Located in Brenham, Texas
A haven of hope for children and families in crisis. Offers residential and nonresidential Christian services for children in need. Located in Round Rock, Texas.
Provides services to children and families affected by abuse, exploitation, and neglect. Located in Austin, Texas.
Provides a pathway to self-sufficiency for youth and families facing challenges such as homelessness, trauma, and abuse. Located in Austin, Texas.
Provides comprehensive care for children experiencing emotional and behavioral problems so severe they are unable to remain safe in a home setting. Located in Austin, Texas.
Cares for individuals who have experienced severe emotional trauma, abuse, and neglect. Located in Austin, Texas.
Serves children and youth through residential care in a Christian community. Located in Waco, Texas.
Offers Christ-centered care to children and families in need. Located near Austin, Texas.
Treats children and adolescents struggling with severe mental, emotional, and behavioral problems that inhibit normal functioning in a family setting. Locted in Houston, Texas
Children work with therapists, counselors and staff to overcome severe behavioral challenges as a result of painfully traumatic pasts. The goal is to offer parents and children the tools they need to build cohesive and loving relationships.
The Calo therapeutic model is based on developmental research and establishes that therapeutic relationships are the most effective and efficient means of creating a meaningful connection, trust, reciprocity, trauma integration, and restoring of self-worth. Calo students and families receive a customized care plan that includes individual, group, family therapies as well as education, process, and support groups.