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On Campus Services

(Program)

*Provides residential care services including:
  • Residential Treatment Center (RTC) - serves young people who are chronic trauma survivors with moderately severe mental health issues, conduct disordered oppositional defiant behavior or other severe behavioral problems. Services include individual, family and group therapies and psychiatric consultation.
  • Continued Care - provides necessary support services to successfully transition a child from The Home and into the community. Services include individual and family counseling, regular school checks and crisis intervention.
  • Crisis Respite - for children in Oneida County who are in the custody of family and not in custody of OCDSS. Focus is on crisis resolution and coordination with current community providers to enable return home within 10 calendar days.
  • Tilton School  - provides education services to children while in residential care.
  • Health Services - provides health services to children while in residential care.
  • Intensive Treatment Program (ITP) - for children identified as "Hard-to-Place" by service providers. Increased staffing and support are similar to Residential Treatment Center but with more specialized program based on the needs of the child.
  • Residential Treatment Facility (RTF) - Primarily serves boys and girls ages 10 to 19 with a primary psychiatric diagnosis including mood, thought, conduct and personality disorders. Services provided include individual, family and group therapies as well as psychiatric services.
  • Short-Term Diagnostic Residence - Provides two programs for children classified as PINS or JDs:
    • The Milton Abelove Children's Shelter - Provides diagnostic evaluation, emergency housing, short-term placement for boys and girls ages 6 to 17 years.
    • Non-secure - Detention services for boys and girls ages 12 to 17 years classified as PINS or JDs. Placement is mandated through Family Court.

Eligibility: Call for information.

Application Process: Call for information.

Required Documentation: Varies by service, call for information.

Fees: Varies by service, call for information.

Oneida and Herkimer Counties.

The House of the Good Shepherd
(Agency)

The House of the Good Shepherd provides community-based and residential care for children with mental health needs.

1550 Champlin Avenue
Utica NY 13502

Website: www.hgs-utica.com

Hours: M-F 8:30AM-4:30PM

Contact

Mark Ruffling:
315-235-7624 (Coordinator of Intake Services for RTC, Continued Care, Educational Services, ITP, Short-Term Diagnostic)
Kathy Perkins:
315-235-7681 (Coordinator of Intake Services for RTF)

Website: www.hgs-utica.com/what-we-do . . . ent-center


1550 Champlin Avenue
Utica NY 13502

Hours

24 Hours

This program is offered at this site:

The House of the Good Shepherd

Main Address:

1550 Champlin Avenue

Utica NY 13502

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