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Fahrenkamp Center: Residential Diagnostic Treatment Center (RDT)

The Residential Diagnostic Treatment Center provides services to pre-teen children both male and female ages 6-12 years old who are experiencing a severe emotional disturbance and are at high risk of residential placement for mental health treatment outside of the State of Alaska.

The maximum number of children that can be admitted into the program is ten, with a length of stay between 30 and 360 days.

Children enrolled in the program receive a variety of services individualized and tailored to meet each child’s unique needs identified in the child’s Integrated Mental Health Assessment. Children receive educational services on site including any Special Education support needed to assist each child in being successful in daily academics.

Wherever possible, Family involvement, including Family therapy is highly encouraged to support, promote and enhance progress while in treatment. In addition, children attend individual and group therapy as well as engaging in a variety of community activities.





 House Details:
Location:
1423 Peger Road,
Fairbanks, Ak
99709
Type of House:
Residential Diagnostic Treatment Program
Care level :
IV
Age Range :
6-18 years
Gender(s) :
Coed
Beds :
10
Staff to Client Ratio :
1-5
Length of stay :
30 to 360 days
Contact Information:
Megan Soring
RDT Director
1423 Peger Rd.
Fairbanks, AK 99709
(907) 456-7010
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