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Treatment & Services

Treatment & Services

Treatment & Services

Liberty Point Behavioral Healthcare, located in Staunton, Va., provides trauma-informed psychiatric residential treatment for young men. Our continuum of care is intended to meet the needs of adolescent males, ages 12 to 17, who are experiencing complex emotional, behavioral, and educational difficulties. Programs are specifically designed for youth with psychiatric disorders and co-occurring intellectual disabilities. We also specialize in working with young men who are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

Programs are offered at multiple levels of care to address the needs of each individual. Some youth may require a secure residential setting while others may benefit from a community-based residential treatment approach. Youth attend school and participate in vocational training at Liberty Point Academy located on the secure residential campus.

Liberty Point Program Continuum

  • Secure residential treatment
  • Community-based transitional residential treatment
  • Fully accredited education and vocational programs
  • Program Features for Residents with Autism

Treatment goals include improving behavior choices, instilling a sense of responsibility for actions, learning problem-solving skills and developing thinking patterns that support positive relationships.

Liberty Point incorporates a robust vocational and community integration program where pre-vocational skills, vocational aptitude and experiences are explored as a standard both on and off-campus. Liberty Point has partnered with many community organizations that provide options for community service, organized sports leagues and job-readiness training. Residents who demonstrate safe behavior and positive engagement have several opportunities a week to practice their newly acquired skills in our local community.

Liberty Point Program Features

  • Evidence-based practices including Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Positive Behavioral Supports (PBS) and Psychoeducational Groups
  • Specializing in treatment for males with multiple diagnoses, including intellectual disabilities, autism and psychiatric conditions
  • Full-time board certified child and adolescent psychiatrist
  • 24/7 nursing services
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) on staff
  • Functional life-skills and job-readiness training
  • Individual, group and family therapy
  • Medication management
  • Therapeutic recreation and opportunities for off-campus organized sports leagues
  • On-site school equipped with computers and smartboards
  • Vocational workshop, greenhouse and large teaching kitchen
  • Tele-health equipment for easier access, increase family involvement

Always Here to Help

We are available at 540-213-0450 and 800-496-7941. You may also submit questions and concerns through our online form, which we will answer within 24 hours, Monday – Friday. If you are experiencing an emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.