Family-Centered Therapeutic Community Treatment: The SHIELDS for Families' Exodus Program

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The SHIELDS' Exodus Program is a family-centered therapeutic community where the entire family resides in individual family apartments in an 86-unit complex with all services offered on-site. National and local evaluation has been conducted since program implementation in 1994. Results over the past five years include an 81.2% completion rate and an average length of stay of 646 days.

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  • Behavioral Health
  • Children 0-5
  • Children 6-19
  • Extended Family
  • Fathers/Partners
  • Parenting
  • Housing Support
  • Peer-Based Recovery Support
  • Treatment Models