Bradley's core services are comprised of a Residential Treatment Facility(RTF), and the Bradley School. These programs provide services for children with mental, emotional and behavioral disabilities.
Children are referred to Bradley because of our reputation for working successfully with children and adolescents suffering from severe psychological and emotional trauma.
Generally, children are between 6 and 18 years old. Bradley provides services to both boys and girls.
The average length of stay in our RTF is 8 to 10 months, but this varies depending upon individual needs. During their stay, children are served by teams of qualified mental health and child development professionals, including board-certified psychiatrists.
Yes. The goal of Bradley's Family Partners Program is to help families with children, in our RTF, work together and stay together.
Yes. Bradley has a licensed, private academic program that is staffed by professional educators. The education program is also available to local school districts in support of their special education needs.
Many of the children in residential care return home to their parents. Those who donít return to their families often go on to live with foster families or in other community-based settings.
Bradley is accredited and regulated.
Bradley is accredited nationally by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and regulated by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare (DPW) Office of Mental Health and Office of Children, Youth and Families. Policies and procedures reflect the high standards of state and federal laws and regulations.