Pivot Point

TEP's Short-Term Residential Treatment Program

Promoting a culture of learning, self-sufficiency, and goal achievement

Pivot Point Center for Youth (PPCY) provides short-term residential treatment to girls between the ages of 12 to 18 whose exhibit maladaptive patterns of behavior, special needs, moderate mental health disorders, and emotional and behavioral disturbances. Youth may have history of trauma, substance use disorders, and long-term involvement within the Department of Juvenile Justice Services. We expect youth to have presenting behaviors and impairments that affect their ability to be safe in a home-like setting. ROP will provide quality treatment, education, 24-hour supervision, cognitive, behavioral, social, vocation and other skills and services for youth who are completing placement or for those awaiting adjudication by the Court.