Webster House

WEBSTER HOUSE is a separate handicapped accessible equipped home on our campus serving both boys and girls ages 12 until 21 who struggle with behavioral health issues and co-occurring complex physical health needs.  Each youth receives individualized clinical and medical treatment from a comprehensive multi-disciplinary team including a Licensed Clinical Coordinator, Primary Therapist, Psychiatrist, Pediatrician, 24 hour Registered Nursing staff, a Registered Dietitian, and well trained milieu staff. Treatment services include:

  • weekly individual therapy
  • clinical group therapy
  • family therapy
  • medical group facilitated by registered nurses
  • independent living skills groups run by LIST trained staff
  • daily therapeutic recreational activities on campus and in the community
  • weekly consultation with the agency’s registered dietician
  • coordination of primary and specialty care
  • daily medical assessment and individualized self-management skill building by our registered nursing staff

Webster House provides a caring and supportive environment where both behavioral and medical health can be treated as part of an integrated system of care. Working collaboratively with the young person’s family or other permanency resource, our goal is the successful transition of our youth home with their families, to another permanency resource or to their next step towards independence.

Common Physical/Medical Conditions Treated: Type I and II Diabetes, Pre-diabetes, Obesity, Renal Failure, Cerebral Palsy, Seizure Disorders, Autism, Prader Willi Syndrome and other genetic conditions .

For more information, please contact:

Program Director, Laura Centurelli, LCSW

860.832.5746 or laurac@klingberg.org

COVID-19 SafeguardsKlingberg Family Centers

As COVID-19 continues to spread through our country and region, a number of safeguards have been put into place to protect our clients and families, staff, visitors, and surrounding communities. In addition to increased cleaning efforts, hand sanitizer, and distribution of information, we are taking the following steps to prevent the spread of the virus.

  • The Raymond Hill School will be closed at least until April 20.
  • The Extended Day Treatment Program is also closed.
  • Our group homes are closed to visitors in order to protect the welfare of our clients.
  • The Nexus Professional Development Center, Tilcon Center, and RHS auditorium have been closed for use by outside groups effective immediately.