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Residential Programs

Residential Programs

Oak Plains Academy offers psychiatric residential treatment services to children (boys and girls) and adolescents ages 5–17, struggling with emotional and behavioral issues at our 98-bed residential treatment facility. Patients are separated onto units by age and intellectual functioning level.

We provide inpatient treatment in our 90-day Comprehensive Assessment Program and in our Neurobehavioral program.

Comprehensive Assessment Program (CAP)

The Comprehensive Assessment Program (CAP) is a licensed residential program serving children and adolescents between the ages of 7–17. It is a time-limited, 90-day program that provides expert evaluation and treatment of youth who have complex emotional, behavioral and psychiatric symptoms.

Neurobehavioral Inpatient Treatment

The Neurobehavioral Program serves youth ages 5 to 17 years old with an IQ of 50 or greater who experience neurodevelopmental disorders including fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, autism spectrum disorders and intellectual developmental disabilities. The goal of treatment is to reduce inappropriate behaviors by establishing a fit between the environmental expectations and cognitive abilities, teaching adaptive coping skills and increasing social skills that allow the individual to maintain safety in the community.

A New Day for Your Child

Oak Plains Academy provides therapeutic behavioral health services to children and adolescents, ages 5–17. If your child is facing challenges living with a psychiatric illness or an autism spectrum disorder, we may be able to help. Call 931-362-4723 today for a confidential, no-cost assessment.