The Linden Residential Treatment Center for Adolescents provides compassionate, age-appropriate residential care for young people ages 11 to 18 with an emphasis on self-discipline, personal accountability, and social responsibility.
What to Expect
The Linden Residential Treatment Center for Adolescents provides age-appropriate care for young people between the ages of 11 and 18. We provide three home-style, co-ed settings that together can accommodate up to 15 individuals who receive enhanced opportunities for independent life skills training and experience.
If your child is struggling with behaviors and symptoms that have made it hard to function well at home, in school and in the community, we can help. Our primary goal is to help the young person in your life work toward rejoining his or her community as a healthy, successful individual.
The young people in the Linden Residential Treatment Center for Adolescents may be struggling with a variety of psychiatric and behavioral issues including:
- Self-harming behaviors
- Co-occurring disorders
- Depression, bipolar and other mood disorders
- Oppositional defiant disorders (tantrums, arguing, and angry or disruptive behaviors)
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
We provide a comprehensive, multidisciplinary assessment and evaluation that involves your child, your family, and community providers or case managers. The results will help us design an individualized treatment plan for your child that that can be modified as your child’s emotional and behavioral needs change.
We begin each adolescent’s discharge plan immediately upon admission. Your child will also be assessed regularly to ensure he or she is receiving the appropriate level of care. Linden Residential Treatment Center for Adolescents is designed to accommodate your adolescent’s individual needs, no matter how short or long their stay.
Young people in our Linden Residential Treatment Center for Adolescents have access to the Brattleboro Retreat’s comprehensive continuum of psychological and medical care. Our highly trained staff utilizes an array of clinical interventions to teach self-motivation, personal accountability, integrity, responsible decision-making, and the ability to see oneself as a valuable, worthwhile human being. These age-appropriate services can include:
- Individual counseling (therapy)
- Family and group counseling
- Medication management
- Psychological testing
- Substance abuse assessment and treatment
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Experiential Groups.
To ensure continued academic progress while in our care, your adolescent will attend the Retreat’s on-campus, Vermont-approved Meadows Educational Center.