The Wind Rose Home for Girls assists adolescent girls with completing education, obtaining employment, acquiring independent living skills, and improving problem-solving and decision-making skills. While offering structure and supervision in a family-like setting, responsibility is taught with an emphasis on rewarding positive behavior while building self-esteem.
This program, in collaboration with Resource Treatment Facility, emphasizes a full continuum for family support in all levels of treatment being provided. The primary goal of the program is to provide young women the structure, supervision, life skills and independent living instruction necessary to assist them with transitioning into independent living within the community.
- Open Unit / Home Setting
- Treatment for Behavioral, psychiatric, and substance abuse concerns for female adolescents between the ages of 13 and 21 who have an IQ of 70 or higher
- 24-hour supervision by trained direct service staff
- Access to off-site education services and support, which includes IEP and ITP development through Indianapolis Public School System or enrollment in trade school or college
- Enrollment in trade school or college
- Family transportation assistance (based on need)
- Vocational / Job Skills Training
- Independent Living Skills
- Family-Centered Visitation
- The average length of stay is 9 to 12 months