NEW Pre School PH Program
August 19, 2016
Pre-School PH Added To St. Joe’s Services!
Partial Hospitalization Program Available Pre-K -12
3 – 5 years old
St. Joseph Orphanage – Villa Campus
5400 Edalbert Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45239
Walk In Hours:
Walk In Hours Available for Initial
Quarter 1: August 15th-December 16th
July 29 paperwork deadline for Quarter 1
Quarter 2: January 3rd-April 28th
December 16 paperwork deadline for Quarter 2
Quarter 3: May 1st-August 9th
April 14 paperwork deadline for Quarter 3
**Each Quarter Will Have A Morning & Afternoon Session**
**Children Will Attend ONE Session Per Day.**
Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 11:00 am
Monday – Friday
11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Whether you are ready to get started or just have questions, we are here to help!
Call: (513) 741-3100 ext. 2214
Fax: (513) 741-0875
Email: admissions@ sjokids.org
ST. JOSEPH ORPHANAGE
Preschool Partial Hospitalization
Our Preschool Partial Hospitalization program will provide a structured, therapeutic environment where children can work on building
attachments, modifying behaviors, and improving overall functioning. This 3-hour program, also aids children in building positive relationships and maintaining progress outside of the therapeutic environment. The focus of our program includes:
* Assist client in developing socially and age appropriate behaviors.
* A healthy development and functioning of young children and their families throughout a variety of environments and contexts.
* Encouraging parental involvement to assist caregivers in meeting the social, emotional, and developmental needs of their young children.
Male and female youth between 3-5 years of age
Client is exhibiting emotional and/or behavioral problems as documented by clinical recommendations.
Client is residing in a community based setting either with their own family or in a substitute family setting.
Client is not in need of more restrictive or secure placement such as residential treatment or psychiatric hospitalization.
Intellectual functioning at a level that would benefit from the program.
Has been unsuccessful learning and/or adjusting to community or day care.
Parents or guardian willing to enroll and participate, support treatment.
Evidence of mental health symptoms that cannot be managed in a less intensive level of care.
Must have a DSM-5 diagnosis to qualify for the program.
Must be potty trained. (no diapers or pull ups)
Medically fragile, i.e. feeding tube, insulin dependent.
Continued Stay Criteria
The family is actively involved in the child’s treatment.
The family maintains a working relationship with the program staff.
Youth continues to make progress toward goals as outlined in the Individual Service Plan.
Goals of treatment are met and symptoms/behaviors of the illness can be managed in a less intensive level of care.
Educational goals are met and behaviors can be managed in a less intensive level of care.
Successful completion of individual service plan.
An unsuccessful transition is indicated if the youth refuses to participate in programming or is demonstrating unsafe behaviors (running out of the area, significant risk to self and others) that cannot be successfully managed within this level of care. Client is not showing to program regularly, i.e. extended absences.
Clinical condition has deteriorated and a more intensive and/or restrictive level of care is required.
Family is non-involved, non-supportive of treatment services.
Guardian elects to end services and there is an attempt to link the family to appropriate services.