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HILL HOUSE

(CBAT)

 

 

Beverly, MA
Phone: 978-524-0175
Fax: 978-524-0214
Email: mreynoso@hes-inc.org

 


 

Hill House - CBAT

 

PROGRAM DIRECTOR:

            Manny Reynoso

 

COMMUNICATION CONTACT:

          • Manny Reynoso, Program Director

          • Dr. David Schopick, Board Certified Child Psychiatrist
          • Pam Corrigan, Advanced Practice Registered Nurse
          • Sarah Shepard, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

            9-bed, coeducational, Community Based Acute Treatment program for adolescents ages 11-18. Hill House CBAT Program is a highly structured, self-contained, short-term psycho-educational treatment program built on a strengths-based milieu with intensive psychiatric intervention to help stabilize youth in crisis and rapidly reunite them with their families or other permanency placements. Program psychiatrists or Advanced Practice Nurse Specialists and psychotherapists meet with all youth within 24 hours of admission and frequently/daily throughout placement to address individual medical, mental health, medication and interpersonal needs. An education coordinator provides tutoring in collaboration with the Local Education Authority where the student is enrolled. Medication evaluation, psychosocial treatment and placement recommendations provided. Lengths of stay typically are measured in days or weeks once stabilization is assured and the step-down placement is ready to receive the adolescent. CBAT serves youth in crisis yet not in need of secure treatment/psychiatric hospitalization. therapies.

     

SPECIALTY SERVICES:

            Psychiatric and crisis stabilization

 

REFERRAL PROCESS:

            Call the program to determine bed availability and fax referral information for the program to quickly evaluate placement appropriateness taking into account the needs of the individual and the current youth in care.

             

FUNDING SOURCE:

            MBHP or private insurance plus LEA payment for tutoring.

     

     

 


 

 

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