WEBSTER HOUSE is a separate home on our campus serving youth (12-18) with behavioral health issues and co-occurring medically complex needs. Clients receive individualized clinical and medical treatment by a comprehensive multi-disciplinary team including a Licensed Clinical Coordinator, psychotherapists, a consulting psychiatrist and pediatrician, 24 hour nursing including a full-time APRN, and trained milieu staff. Teens participate in weekly individual therapy sessions, weekly therapy groups, daily therapeutic recreational activities, consultation with the agency’s registered dietician, and daily medical evaluation as necessary.
This program was designed to provide a more home-like environment where both behavioral health and medical issues can be treated, while keeping the youth closer to their community and family. The goal is to successfully transition teens home with their families, to independent living, or to an even less restrictive environment such as foster care or a group home.