Residential treatment at Red Hawk is individualized 24/7 care in a residential setting. It combines intensive individual therapy, group therapy, equine-assisted therapy, recreational therapy, and in-house educational services. It is designed for young women who are making poor choices and need a high level of support for mental and behavioral health concerns. Often young women in the residential treatment setting have previously, or are currently, engaged in dangerous behaviors like cutting, suicidal ideation, risk-taking behaviors, and running away from home.
At Red Hawk, we utilize a wide range of therapy to help our girls make changes in the ways that are best for them. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is utilized for young women who have difficulty with emotional regulation. Equine Assisted Therapy in the Eagala Model is a powerful treatment option to treat numerous issues. This is a solution-focused approach and can often be effective where other therapies have not worked. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is utilized as a traditional method to recognize thinking errors and dysfunctional styles of thinking. It can enhance positivity and help elevate moods. At Red Hawk, we also involve many experiential therapy approaches where young women are able to be “hands-on” in their treatment. Recreational therapy is also an integral component of treatment. Young women take part in horseback riding, sports activities, ropes courses, gardening, hiking, swimming, and exercise. Often young women in the residential treatment setting have previously, or are currently, engaged in dangerous behaviors like cutting, suicidal ideation, risk-taking behaviors, and running away from home.
Yes, yes, and yes!! At Red Hawk, we believe parent and family involvement is an integral part of the treatment process. We help families learn skills that will help their daughter find success when returning home. Parents and family members are given assignments to work on during the week that adds strength to their daughter’s treatment. Often these exercises are part of weekly family therapy sessions. Parents also participate in parent weekends at the Red Hawk facility. These weekends are one of the best parts of treatment at Red Hawk! Parents and their daughters are able to work together to build experiences to support reunification after treatment. Red Hawk helps families build skills for future success.
We try to focus on positive change and less on specific time frames for program completion. With this in mind, we are sensitive to the financial and emotional sacrifices being made by our resident’s families. The length of time a resident is in treatment varies due to the personal needs of each individual. We do not take a “cookie-cutter” approach to treatment. Treatment will depend on your child and how she responds to services. On average, our residents stay a minimum of 10 months.
There are many options to pay for treatment:
1. Insurance- Your insurance may pay for all or part of your daughter’s treatment. Often we can negotiate with your insurance company for full or partial payment of services. It usually depends on your plan and mental health benefits.
2. Family members- Many families have reached out to close family members for help even with partial payment of services. In combination with other options, this can contribute to partial payment.
3. Home equity loans- Often families will borrow money at a lower interest rate than traditional loan methods. Consult your CPA if this is a good option for you.
4. Trust or education funds- Some families have funds set aside for educational needs.
5. Credit cards- The Red Hawk program accepts all major credit cards.
6. Educational Loans- we work with several companies that provide educational loan programs for the type of treatment Red Hawk offers. Please contact us for more details.
7. School Districts- Many school districts can authorize payment for the educational component of your daughter’s treatment. Contact your local school district for more information.
The Red Hawk financial department will contact your insurance as a courtesy to you. We will consult with you concerning your coverage amounts and remaining costs. Each insurance company is unique and may cover different amounts. In some cases, residential care is not a service covered by insurance, and in other’s rates are negotiated on a case-by-case basis.
We accept personal checks, cashier’s checks, cash, VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, and AMERICAN EXPRESS.
The Red Hawk Financial Department can provide you with information for other payment options. They are available Monday through Friday, from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, and can talk with you about these options.
Yes, you should always present ALL active insurance policies at the time of registration. By allowing us to verify all policies and obtain authorizations, we can improve the process by which your insurance companies coordinate payment for possible deductibles or co-insurance.
The only person who can truly “guarantee” change is your daughter. Lasting change does not come with force. One of the greatest predictors for change comes when parents are willing to honestly look at themselves and are open to change as well. We work with the whole family system and not just the resident receiving direct services. Our residents often come to treatment-resistant and angry. Usually, over a short time period, our residents become comfortable in the treatment setting and start developing relationships with our loving staff and therapists. Soon her walls begin to drop and she is able to allow the program to work for her. Often our residents are reluctant to leave when the time comes for them to graduate.
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Your child will be assigned a caseworker, and this caseworker will come in contact with you ASAP when your child is admitted.
We believe each YOUNG person is a unique individual. We
respect the contributions they have made and will make in
their lives and to their communities. We are sensitive to their
social, emotional, intellectual, and physical needs. We
believe strongly in providing a physical environment that is
safe, clean, healthy, and oriented to the highest quality of life.