Camphill Special School

Serving children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Camphill Special School is a licensed and approved private school that offers individualized education and therapy in an extended family setting.

This troubled teen school has not yet been claimed. If this is your program, please contact us media@therapeuticboardingschools.org to provide more information.

Woods Services Mollie Woods Program

Woods is a leading advocacy and service organization for people with exceptional challenges, disabilities and complex needs.We were founded a century ago by visionary Mollie Woods with two simple goals – to advance the quality of life and standard of care for individuals with disabilities. She gained international recognition for her work in helping children with exceptional needs experience the joy of achievement and lead fulfilling lives.

This troubled teen school has not yet been claimed. If this is your program, contact us HERE.


About Therapeutic Boarding Schools in Pennsylvania

Troubled Teen Schools in Pennsylvania

Residential care facilities in Pennsylvania, such as alternative and therapeutic boarding schools for adolescents, are monitored and licensed by the Bureau of Family Health/Division of Child & Adult Health Services, specifically the Adolescent Health Program.

Private schools in Pennsylvania do not need to be accredited, but if a school chooses to do so, it may be accredited rather than licensed. Licensing requirements cover health, safety, staff and curriculum minimal standards . Licensed schools must employ certified teachers while non-licensed schools are not required to. Private schools must be taught in English and immunization records for all students are required . All school employees must be screened by the Department of Public Welfare for criminal history and basic background checks. Anyone not receiving a clearance from the department is not eligible for hire.

Reference: https://www2.ed.gov

Devereux Mapleton

Eastern Pennsylvania is Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health’s most concentrated and diverse region of service provision with 90 locations in northeast and southeast Pennsylvania, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health serves more than 3,800 children and adults in educational and residential programs, therapeutic foster care, case management, customized employment and community-based behavioral health.

This troubled teen school has not yet been claimed. If this is your program, contact us HERE.


About Therapeutic Boarding Schools in Pennsylvania

Troubled Teen Schools in Pennsylvania

Residential care facilities in Pennsylvania, such as alternative and therapeutic boarding schools for adolescents, are monitored and licensed by the Bureau of Family Health/Division of Child & Adult Health Services, specifically the Adolescent Health Program.

Private schools in Pennsylvania do not need to be accredited, but if a school chooses to do so, it may be accredited rather than licensed. Licensing requirements cover health, safety, staff and curriculum minimal standards . Licensed schools must employ certified teachers while non-licensed schools are not required to. Private schools must be taught in English and immunization records for all students are required . All school employees must be screened by the Department of Public Welfare for criminal history and basic background checks. Anyone not receiving a clearance from the department is not eligible for hire.

Reference: https://www2.ed.gov

Devereux Pocono Center

Eastern Pennsylvania is Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health’s most concentrated and diverse region of service provision with 90 locations in northeast and southeast Pennsylvania, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health serves more than 3,800 children and adults in educational and residential programs, therapeutic foster care, case management, customized employment and community-based behavioral health.

This troubled teen school has not yet been claimed. If this is your program, contact us HERE.


About Therapeutic Boarding Schools in Pennsylvania

Troubled Teen Schools in Pennsylvania

Residential care facilities in Pennsylvania, such as alternative and therapeutic boarding schools for adolescents, are monitored and licensed by the Bureau of Family Health/Division of Child & Adult Health Services, specifically the Adolescent Health Program.

Private schools in Pennsylvania do not need to be accredited, but if a school chooses to do so, it may be accredited rather than licensed. Licensing requirements cover health, safety, staff and curriculum minimal standards . Licensed schools must employ certified teachers while non-licensed schools are not required to. Private schools must be taught in English and immunization records for all students are required . All school employees must be screened by the Department of Public Welfare for criminal history and basic background checks. Anyone not receiving a clearance from the department is not eligible for hire.

Reference: https://www2.ed.gov

Devereux Brandywine

Eastern Pennsylvania is Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health’s most concentrated and diverse region of service provision with 90 locations in northeast and southeast Pennsylvania, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health serves more than 3,800 children and adults in educational and residential programs, therapeutic foster care, case management, customized employment and community-based behavioral health.

This troubled teen school has not yet been claimed. If this is your program, contact us HERE.


About Therapeutic Boarding Schools in Pennsylvania

Troubled Teen Schools in Pennsylvania

Residential care facilities in Pennsylvania, such as alternative and therapeutic boarding schools for adolescents, are monitored and licensed by the Bureau of Family Health/Division of Child & Adult Health Services, specifically the Adolescent Health Program.

Private schools in Pennsylvania do not need to be accredited, but if a school chooses to do so, it may be accredited rather than licensed. Licensing requirements cover health, safety, staff and curriculum minimal standards . Licensed schools must employ certified teachers while non-licensed schools are not required to. Private schools must be taught in English and immunization records for all students are required . All school employees must be screened by the Department of Public Welfare for criminal history and basic background checks. Anyone not receiving a clearance from the department is not eligible for hire.

Reference: https://www2.ed.gov

Kids Peace – Orefield, PA

KidsPeace’s residential campuses provide essential food, clothing and education along with intensive therapy, life skills training, vocational training and therapeutic recreation – all in an atmosphere that simulates the warmth and comfort of home.

This troubled teen school has not yet been claimed. If this is your program, contact us HERE.


About Therapeutic Boarding Schools in Pennsylvania

Troubled Teen Schools in Pennsylvania

Residential care facilities in Pennsylvania, such as alternative and therapeutic boarding schools for adolescents, are monitored and licensed by the Bureau of Family Health/Division of Child & Adult Health Services, specifically the Adolescent Health Program.

Private schools in Pennsylvania do not need to be accredited, but if a school chooses to do so, it may be accredited rather than licensed. Licensing requirements cover health, safety, staff and curriculum minimal standards . Licensed schools must employ certified teachers while non-licensed schools are not required to. Private schools must be taught in English and immunization records for all students are required . All school employees must be screened by the Department of Public Welfare for criminal history and basic background checks. Anyone not receiving a clearance from the department is not eligible for hire.

Reference: https://www2.ed.gov

The Caron Foundation

As a world-class integrated behavioral health treatment center, the Caron Foundation treats all physical and psychological conditions simultaneously, which is essential for lasting transformation. Curriculum combines 12-Step principles with proven therapies that address all aspects of optimal wellness.

Paradise School – Catholic

Paradise School provides emotional and behavioral support to school age children. In partnership with Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12, the school develops academic and behavioral skills to help students return to their home school districts and continue their education.

This troubled teen school has not yet been claimed. If this is your program, contact us HERE.


About Therapeutic Boarding Schools in Pennsylvania

Troubled Teen Schools in Pennsylvania

Residential care facilities in Pennsylvania, such as alternative and therapeutic boarding schools for adolescents, are monitored and licensed by the Bureau of Family Health/Division of Child & Adult Health Services, specifically the Adolescent Health Program.

Private schools in Pennsylvania do not need to be accredited, but if a school chooses to do so, it may be accredited rather than licensed. Licensing requirements cover health, safety, staff and curriculum minimal standards . Licensed schools must employ certified teachers while non-licensed schools are not required to. Private schools must be taught in English and immunization records for all students are required . All school employees must be screened by the Department of Public Welfare for criminal history and basic background checks. Anyone not receiving a clearance from the department is not eligible for hire.

Reference: https://www2.ed.gov

Devereux West Chester

Eastern Pennsylvania is Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health’s most concentrated and diverse region of service provision with 90 locations in northeast and southeast Pennsylvania, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health serves more than 3,800 children and adults in educational and residential programs, therapeutic foster care, case management, customized employment and community-based behavioral health.

This troubled teen school has not yet been claimed. If this is your program, contact us HERE.


About Therapeutic Boarding Schools in Pennsylvania

Troubled Teen Schools in Pennsylvania

Residential care facilities in Pennsylvania, such as alternative and therapeutic boarding schools for adolescents, are monitored and licensed by the Bureau of Family Health/Division of Child & Adult Health Services, specifically the Adolescent Health Program.

Private schools in Pennsylvania do not need to be accredited, but if a school chooses to do so, it may be accredited rather than licensed. Licensing requirements cover health, safety, staff and curriculum minimal standards . Licensed schools must employ certified teachers while non-licensed schools are not required to. Private schools must be taught in English and immunization records for all students are required . All school employees must be screened by the Department of Public Welfare for criminal history and basic background checks. Anyone not receiving a clearance from the department is not eligible for hire.

Reference: https://www2.ed.gov

Melmark

Melmark offers a full range of integrated programs and services for children with autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disabilities, brain injuries, other neurological and genetic disorders and related challenging behaviors.

The Children’s Services admissions team takes great care to ensure that each contact and meeting provides valuable, helpful information. Our focus is on developing a strong partnership that reflects Melmark’s commitment to the highest level of quality programs and services for those entrusted to our care.

This troubled teen school has not yet been claimed. If this is your program, contact us HERE.


About Therapeutic Boarding Schools in Pennsylvania

Troubled Teen Schools in Pennsylvania

Residential care facilities in Pennsylvania, such as alternative and therapeutic boarding schools for adolescents, are monitored and licensed by the Bureau of Family Health/Division of Child & Adult Health Services, specifically the Adolescent Health Program.

Private schools in Pennsylvania do not need to be accredited, but if a school chooses to do so, it may be accredited rather than licensed. Licensing requirements cover health, safety, staff and curriculum minimal standards . Licensed schools must employ certified teachers while non-licensed schools are not required to. Private schools must be taught in English and immunization records for all students are required . All school employees must be screened by the Department of Public Welfare for criminal history and basic background checks. Anyone not receiving a clearance from the department is not eligible for hire.

Reference: https://www2.ed.gov