Residential Treatment Facility
A Residential Treatment Facility (RTF) is a temporary, intensive mental health treatment facility where children with mental, emotional, intellectual, and behavioral disabilities receive 24 hour care and therapy.
Residential Treatment provides programming that creates a healthy and structured environment. It reinforces opportunities for children and families to create and maintain healthy relationships, learn from past mistakes and exercise good decision-making.
Treatment is conducted by multi-disciplinary teams that operate under the direction and supervision of a full-time medical director who is a board certified psychiatrist. Intensive treatment plans direct the individualized treatment of each child. The Bradley Center follows the Sanctuary model of Trauma Informed Care.
Bradley’s RTF, located in Robinson Township near Pittsburgh, treats children between age 6 and 18. Children are primarily referred to Bradley from Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Breakfast, lunch, an after school snack (through The National School Lunch Program), and supper (through The Child And Adult Food Care Program) is provided as part of tuition and summer meals are available for all students. For more info please visit http://www.whyhunger.org.
For more information on this program, please contact our Admissions Department at 412-788-8219, fax 412-809-9229 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
5180 Campbells Run Rd
Pittsburgh, PA 15205