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(Taken from the Adoption Glossary)
Residential Treatment: A therapeutic intervention processes for individuals who cannot or do not function satisfactorily in their own home environments. For children and adolescents, residential treatment tends to be the last resort when a child is in danger of hurting himself or others.

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Eating Disorder Early Recovery:
Eating disorders are reaching epidemic proportions in the United States and other countries. The disorders affect people of both genders, all ages and ethnic backgrounds. Eating disorders reach into any education level, professional achievement position and social status. They jeopardize careers,...
Breaking the Link Between Child Maltreatment and Juvenile Delinquency
Americans have a firm resolve when it comes to violent crime. Most favor stiff punishment for the offender, while expressing compassion for the victims of serious crimes. Yet the issue becomes complicated when one considers that many victimizers were once victims themselves. Although most children...
Major Legal Action Seeks to Place Entire New York City Child Welfare System Into Receivership
PRESS RELEASE Class-Action Lawsuit Charges City and State with Persistent, Ongoing Failure to Protect Children in Custody or in Danger of Abuse and Neglect. A federal civil rights lawsuit filed today in U.S. District Court charges that the lives of thousands of New York City children are...
Fact Sheet - Refugee Assistance Program
Since 1975, approximately 2,325,000 refugees have been resettled in the United States. In order to be designated as refugees, people must have a well-founded fear of persecution in their country of origin because of race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political...

"Residential Treatment" in the News

New Painkiller Offers Potential for Abuse and Addiction
Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center, the nation's leading center for women and adolescent girls struggling with addiction, eating disorders, trauma and co-occurring disorders, warns the new ...
Akron Alcohol Drug Rehab Launches New Residential Treatment Program for Drug Addiction
People are needing more help than ever to kick drugs out of their lives. For a free consultation, call 330-615-6912. (PRWeb April 15, 2014) Read the full story at
Springfield Alcohol Drug Rehab Announces Residential Treatment Expansion
The rampant damage inflicted upon individuals through drug and alcohol addiction remains problematic, and the center can help this pattern. Call 937-663-1497 for a free consultation. (PRWeb April 16, 2014) Read the full story at...
Parma Alcohol Drug Rehab Introduces Expanded Residential Treatment Services
Getting off drugs and alcohol take time and effort, plus a willingness to change. For a free consultation, call 440-628-2727. (PRWeb April 14, 2014) Read the full story at

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"Residential Treatment" in the Adoption Blogs

Letting Go
October 25, 2008, 1:51 pm
While I was reading my devotion today, I read the comments about the passage in the margin. I use the Women of Faith Study Bible and there are notes all through the bible about different passages, the women in some of the stories and about the books of the bible themselves. Todayís devotion...
What Could Have Been
October 26, 2008, 6:24 pm
Over the weekend I got to see my beautiful niece, Lisa. I donít get to spend as much time with her as Iíd like so any time with her is treasured. Lisa and my son, Sammy, are two months apart in age, but worlds apart in maturity. Talking with her made me contemplate what could have been if...
This Is Good-Bye
November 2, 2008, 3:29 pm
This is not a blog about children saying good-bye to birth families, foster families or adoptive families, although it easily could be. Instead, this is my good-bye. This will be my last blog. I am tired and do not feel that I can fully give you the quality of blogs that you deserve. ...
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"Residential Treatment" in the Adoption Forums

Fostering Sociopath?
February 25, 2014, 10:55 am
Hi people! I am new to this website, and I was wondering if anyone had an advice on how to deal with sociopathic teens. For the last two months my hubby and I have been unofficially fostering Hubby's 17 year old brother, who is a diagnosable sociopath. He was doing very poorly at home, and the...

Stories About "Residential Treatment"

Letting Go
Cheryl and Leonard Sokoloski adopted an eight-year-old boy in 1990. Eight years later, their son returned to his birth mother's home. Cheryl started attending a local support group shortly...

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Government of the U.S. Virgin Islands
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Superfund Record of Decision: Hunterstown Road Site, Straban ...
The Site occupies an approximate area of 22 acres, and portions of the Site lie both east and west of Hunterstown Road, as shown on Figure 2 (Appendix A). There are three unnamed tributaries of Rock Creek which flow adjacent to portions of the Site. These are ...
Youth Drug and Alcohol Court of New South Wales | Online ...
Oct 22, 2012 ... In this article, I attempt to examine the perceptions of the New South Wales' Youth Drug and Alcohol Court, outlining the potential advantages ... ...
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