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Adolescent Residential

Working to end the cycle of trauma, abuse and homelessness among young women.

This Adolescent Residential Treatment program at The Center for Great Expectations provides mental health treatment to pregnant or parenting women between the ages of 13 and 20 — and their children (up to age 5). Even at this young age, many in this program have already experienced childhood trauma, including physical or sexual violence, homelessness and poverty.

Provided by Staff and Licensed Clinicians

  • Individual, family, and group psychotherapy
  • Early relational health therapy offered individually, dyadically, and in groups
  • Individual psychopharmacological therapy
  • Allied therapies, including art, music, and horticulture
  • Individual and group life skills
  • Recreational activities
  • Family engagement events
  • Educational and legal advocacy
  • On-Site registered nurse
  • Katy’s Place, a fully licensed Child Development Center
  • Transportation to and from medical and educational appointments
  • 24/7 direct care support

Intensive Case Management

We collaborate with the Board of Social Services, Medicaid, Social Security Administration, housing, employment, the Division of Child Protection & Permanency (DCP&P), Care Management Organizations (CMOs), and the legal system, as well as well as providing hands-on support in:

  • Developing infant and child care routines
  • Substance use disorder prevention
  • Mental and emotional health
  • Safety and awareness in the community
  • Money management and budgeting
  • Nutrition and dietary needs
  • Reproductive health
  • Physical exercise and wellness

Adolescent House

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Leigh Rasmussen, MS, LAC, LCADS

All referrals must go through PerformCare.

To begin the process with PerformCare please call

+1 (877) 652-7624.

For More Information
Call Leigh Rasmussen, Program Manager

(732) 247-7003 Ext. 350

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    Testimonials

    Hear from our success stories

    We assess the person as a whole. We want to see where they came from. Where they’re going, their hopes, their dreams.

    Leigh Rasmussen

    Adolescent Residential Program Manager

    We’re helping people thrive and lead fulfilling lives. We’re teaching them how to build great attachments with their children. To break the cycle and keep families together.

    Cathy Victor

    Adolescent Residential Assistant Program Manager

    Coming here was an hour and a half away. But it was something I had to deal with in order to stay with my son. Because no foster home wanted me and my son together.

    Client

    Adolescent Residential Program