Residential Treatment Center FAQ's
Frequently Asked Questions about our Residential Treatment Center (RTC)
What is a child’s average length of stay?
Average length of stay is approximately four to six months; however, the length of stay varies depending on each youth’s individual needs, supports and progress towards treatment goals.
How do I find out about the waitlist and current bed availability?
You may contact our Admission’s Coordinator for current bed availability and possible waitlist at (480) 443-5582 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the visitation policy for family/caregivers?
Devereux has an open visitation policy with no waiting period; however after school and weekend visits are preferred. Caregivers should contact the child’s clinician to schedule a visit.
How do I refer a child for treatment?
In order to refer a child for treatment, our admissions team will need the child’s referral packet. To find out the necessary documents for a referral packet, please call our admission’s coordinator at (480) 443-5582 or email: email@example.com
I have collected everything and am ready to submit my referral; what happens next?
Referral packets can be faxed or scanned and emailed to the admission’s coordinator from the funder or case manager. The Devereux admissions team considers inclusionary/exclusionary criteria, presenting problems and the current environment in order to assess whether the referral will be approved or denied. Our admission’s coordinator will contact you with an acceptance or denial letter. Further follow-up may be necessary.
Where can I get additional information?
Please feel free to contact us at any time for more information about our Residential Treatment Center by calling (480) 998-2920 or by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
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