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Residential Behavioral Rehabilitation Services (RBRS) are provided to children/youth in residential settings to treat debilitating psychosocial, emotional, and behavioral disorders. RBRS services also build the strengths and resiliency of children/youth and families. RBRS services are “client-centered” and are provided within the residential care system individually, in groups and in the family. Services include the recipient’s biological, adoptive, foster or identified family unless this is clinically inappropriate or a post-discharge placement has not been identified. RBR services continue following discharge to ensure a successful transition back into a community setting.
Services are provided statewide at 3 different levels of care: Emergency Assessment and Stabilization (Level II) which has 6 providers, Residential Treatment Program (Level III) has 7 providers and Residential Diagnostic Treatment Program (Level IV).