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The children’s general psychiatric program serves young boys and girls, ages 6 to 12, who are diagnosed with psychiatric disorders that require an intensive level of care.
We offer residential treatment programs for adolescents, ages 13 to 18, who struggle with the symptoms of a general psychiatric disorder.
Our specialized treatment programs are for adolescents, ages 13 to 18, whose psychiatric issues are further complicated by trauma, abuse or developmental disability.
Harbor Point Behavioral Health Center provides a variety of clinical and education services to enhance the treatment process for all residents.
The assessment and diagnostic program offers a highly structured and secure setting for youth experiencing significant impairment in their emotional and behavioral functioning.
If you’re looking for an opportunity to build the career of your dreams and join a dedicated team of professionals, Harbor Point Behavioral Health Center is the place for you.
A Word From Our Patients
“Thank you for all you have done. I’m finally leaving and not turning back to look at the past it was hard but I did it. With ALL of your help teachers staff therapist etc. I’m proud to say I will never pick up a razor again….You were like my family….”
“I like this place, and I think it helped me a lot with my aggression.”
“Thank you for everything you’ve done for me and dealing with my ups and downs at any given moment. I never would have learned the things you taught me in here at my old home. I cherish the time here more than anything because I know I only have one life to live so spend it wisely. I appreciate the time you spent with me and the care and support. I will never forget you, but always remember the bad days we overcame with all the good mind therapy (which I will use until the day I die). Thanks to you!”
“This place helped me out so much – it’s better than a foster home! Thanks for all your help!!!”
“Doctor and therapist were wonderful with my [daughter]. She responded in positive ways to their teaching her the skills she needs and hopefully will continue to use these learned skills as she comes back home.”