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Alternative House/Promises

Alternative House is an emergency shelter for boys and girls, ages 10 to 20, who are runaways, homeless, abused or neglected and need help to resolve problems and successfully return home or to an alternative, safe living situation. The maximum state regulated stay is 20 days. Our M.S.W. counseling staff provides group, individual and family counseling at no cost while the youth is in residence at Alternative House and provides free follow-up services. Alternative House “Promises” is the open residential, long term care program that offers youth a caring, structured therapeutic environment aimed at a successful transition to their next steps in life, including independence. Youth receive transportation to and from school, skills training or job, plus case management and support services to prepare them for their next steps in life. Boys and girls, ages 10 to 20, from any Indiana county may be referred by the Department of Child Services and Department of Justice. For more information please contact LeKeesha R. Edwards, (219) 938-2727 ledwards@crisiscenterysb.org

Please call 219-938- 7070 for hours of operation.
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Campagna Academy

DAY REPORTING

Day Reporting, is a comprehensive academic program that serves middle and high school age youth in Lake County ages 11-18. The goal of Day Reporting is to stabilize a child’s behavior in a structured behavioral management environment so that he or she can remain with their family and return to school better able to succeed academically and emotionally. Our program includes door to door transportation, specialized educational service including live instruction by a certified licensed teacher, credit recovery curriculum, TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion), social skills development and individualized transition plans. Each student will remain part of their community school and will transition back to their community school when they complete the Day Reporting Program. We do require a court order for this program.

Please call 2193228614 for hours of operation.
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Campagna Academy

EVENING REPORTING PROGRAM (ERP):

Campagna's Evening Reporting Program program is open to post-adjudicated youth age 13-18 that reside in Lake County, Indiana. The clients will receive door-to-door transportation; Ansell Casey and Service Learning Groups. Clients will be engaged in writing labs as well as receiving additional help with homework assignments. The primary focus of the Evening Reporting Program is to provide vocational services with the opportunity to earn certificates through the Center for Workforce Innovations. Clients will be engaged in recreational activities as well as having the opportunity to engage in seminars from WorkOne for vocational training.

Please call 2193228614 for hours of operation.
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Campagna Academy

INTELLECTUAL & DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (IDD) RESIDENTIAL

Campagna Academy’s IDD Program provides highly individualized, structured 24-hour clinical, educational and psychiatric care for young men and women with a Full Scale IQ ranging from 50 to 65 with behavior disorders and who are dually diagnosed with moderate to severe emotional issues and cognitive limitations that challenge both traditional and specialized therapeutic residential treatment. Services are designed and staffed to address a wide range of psychiatric and behavioral diagnoses, while accounting for intellectual and developmental limitations that can often disrupt traditional treatment efforts. Campagna Academy utilizes highly individualized, carefully sequenced and closely monitored applied behavior modification systems. This program does require a court order. Open to male and female clients age 10-20.

Please call 2193228614 for hours of operation.
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Campagna Academy

OPEN RESIDENTIAL

For over 70 years, our open residential program has been at the heart of what we do. Campagna's life-changing services include: MA level therapists, individualized strength-based treatment plans, step-down living arrangements, individual and family therapy, psycho-educational groups, substance abuse treatment, vocational assessment, independent living skills, opportunities to gain work experience at our on-campus worksites, off-campus employment, psychiatric services, and therapeutic recreational programs. This program does require a court order. Open to Males age 10-20.

Please call 2193228614 for hours of operation.
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PRIVATE SECURE RESIDENTIAL

Campagna Academy is proud to offer private secure care for young men and women with its 48 bed residence. This state-of-the-art treatment facility resembles an on-campus dorm and includes four on-site classrooms, computer lab, family visitation rooms, fitness center, and therapists’ offices. Campagna Academy provides treatment with individual, family and group therapy, individualized on-site education, social skills, substance abuse treatment, anger management training, plus other psycho-educational programs. Residents receive psychiatric services as needed and are continually reassessed for readiness to move to less restrictive living. Court Order & Private insurance is also accepted for this program. Age 10 - 20 for male & female clients.

Please call 2193228614 for hours of operation.
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Family House

Supervised Visits

COVID-19 UPDATE: Family House is closed until April 13 or as recommended by national or state protocol. Court-ordered supervised visitation or parenting time. Court-order is required and must be provided prior to receiving services. Call 219-464-4160 for more information or to schedule an orientation.

Please call 219-464-4160 for hours of operation.
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Teen Court

Teen Court helps youth become responsible citizens. It is a prevention and early intervention program for young people who have committed an offense for which they have been referred by their school or local police department. Youth appear before a court of their peers who determine the appropriate sentence that may include restitution, essays, apologies, community service or other creative sentences. Follow-up continues to assure sentence completion. For more information please contact LeKeesha R. Edwards, Sandra Porter-Phillips - Program Manager (219) 938-7070 (2741) or ledwards@crisiscenterysb.org

Please call 219-938- 7070 for hours of operation.
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THERAPEUTIC FOSTER CARE

Children end up foster care typically because of the need to remove them from their biological family due to abuse (physical, sexual and emotional), neglect or abandonment. Therapeutic Foster Care (TFC) includes placement of youth ages 0-19 in licensed foster care homes equip to deal with serious levels of emotional, behavioral, developmental and medical problems. The primary difference from Therapeutic Foster Care and Traditional Foster Care is that the youth require more intensive clinical and medical intervention that cannot be accommodated in traditional foster care. Campagna’s Therapeutic Foster Care program provide services that support various permanency plans including adoption, family reunification and/or independent living. The services provided through Campagna's TFC Program includes Intensive Case Management, On-Site Nursing Staff, Therapy and Psychiatric Services, Respite and 24/7 Crisis Intervention Support.

Please call 2193228614 for hours of operation.
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Family House

Therapeutic Supervised Visitations (TSV)

COVID-19 UPDATE: Family House is closed until April 13 or as recommended by national or state protocol. Master Level therapists provide individual and family sessions. Court order required and must be provided prior to receiving services. Call 219-464-4160 for more information or to schedule an orientation.

Please call 219-464-4160 for hours of operation.
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