It starts with a family
We all know that home and family life can be hard on even the best of days. But it becomes even more difficult when a child, due to a diagnosable condition, becomes defiant or unmanageable in some way. The Madeline Center’s staff of Licensed and Qualified Mental Health Professionals has helped countless children, adolescents and their parents and siblings become healthy, productive, loving families able to work together and stay together with intensive in-home care.
Our team of mental health professionals are trained in teams to work in the home, and in the moment where your family is needing it most. Our cases care intensive by nature as most of the children and adolescents we work with are at risk of being removed from the home and at risk of being placed in more restrictive environments like hospitals, group homes, or juvenile detention. Clinicians in the intensive in-home program can be staffed to provide between 3 and 10 hours per week of time-limited services in an effort to keep the client safely at home, restore balance inside the family dynamic, and promote healing. We use a diverse array of treatments that center around bridging positive relationships between the identified client (the child) and their family, their caregivers, their educators, and their community.
To learn more about the enrollment and authorization process, please download the referral form and fax it to our main office 434-239-0181, or call 434-239-0003 and ask to speak to a clinician about the intensive in-home program.