Adirondack Youth Lodge
The Adirondack Youth Lodge is a 24-hour, 8-bed community residence that serves youth who have serious and persistent symptoms caused by a mental illness diagnosis. The program is certified by the Office of Mental Health and provides local treatment options for at-risk males and females (ages 12-18).
Youth and their families are engaged in improving their relationships through intensive services, both in and out of the home. Restorative interventions are tailored to meet the child “where they’re at,” while remaining focused on empowering their entire network of support. Some of the services provided include:
- Behavioral support
- Educational/vocational support
- Family support
- Health services
- Medication management
How to apply:
The first step is completing a Franklin County Single Point of Access (SPOA) form. The SPOA is a one-stop shop for a wide range of mental health services available locally. This resource ensures the right service is connected to the right individual or family at the right time. Once completed, the referral is returned to the individual listed in the application.
To obtain a SPOA form, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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