A Spectrum of Care for Children,
Teens and Families
Foundations Behavioral Health provides behavioral health treatment and academic services to children, adolescents, and young adults. Our Doylestown, Pennsylvania, campus proves a relaxing environment located for treatment. Each patient’s treatment experience is individually tailored with strategic interventions and evidence-based practices to measure improvement, track the progress, and keep children and families moving toward improved health outcomes.
Comprehensive treatment at Foundations Behavioral Health begins with individual and family engagement to create a collaborative understanding of problematic behaviors/illnesses. From this understanding, individuals and families are provided with tools and a compass to navigate life’s challenges. Our treatment team incorporates evidence-based and culturally-responsive treatment interventions while providing a nurturing, trauma-informed, and compassionate therapeutic environment.
OUR PROGRAM OPTIONS
Foundations Behavioral Health’s comprehensive network of behavioral, psychiatric, educational, and community services offered for children, adolescents and young adults include:
Acute hospitalization provides patients with 24 hour care and observation, promotes stabilization and provides an opportunity to re-assess the support needed to ensure the intermediate and long-term success of the patient and their family post-discharge.
Residential treatment is often recommended for patients with significant complex psychiatric and behavioral health disorders who have experienced multiple acute hospitalizations in a brief period of time.
Licensed and accredited schools for grades 3 to 12 that integrate high-standard academics with behavioral health approaches to help students achieve success.
Always Here to Help
Masters-level clinicians are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide a no-cost, confidential mental health assessment for your child or client. Call the Foundations Behavioral Health Clinical Assessment Center at 215-345-0444 to get started. For questions about our programs, call us or use our online contact form. In the case of a medical emergency or crisis, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.