Youth attend school on-site and participate in behavior management programs. The Halfway House Program is designed as an intentional therapeutic community, which provides behavioral health overlay services (BHOS), vocational training, on-site educational classes, social and life skills. The Halfway House is a wilderness-based program with an average length of stay of 6 to 9 months.
The ARC Low-Functioning Program provides appropriate services for 44 moderate-risk youth who are assessed as low functioning with a full scale IQ of 70 to 75 and who demonstrate serious symptoms of impaired social, emotional, educational or adaptive malfunctioning. The program provides behavioral health overlay services (BHOS), as well as a structured residential environment for youth that offers opportunities for personal growth, social development and responsible behavior. Program activities include vocational education, employment experiences, individual, group and family counseling, behavioral health overlay services (BHOS), community services, drug education and counseling, and structured recreational and leisure activities. The average length of stay for youth in the ARC Low-Functioning program is 9 to 12 months. To contact the program director of the ARC Low-Functioning Program, please send an e-mail message to Mr. Joseph Nixon at firstname.lastname@example.org.