Dealing with a youth’s downward spiral, which may include crime, violence and other issues, can be difficult and frustrating - but Woodland Hills can help. Our services include three residential program options designed to meet the specific needs of youth ages 12 to 17 (up through age 20 if under Extended Juvenile Jurisdiction).
The Chisholm 30 is a consequence-based and highly structured program of up to 30 days that focuses on behavior management and accountability, and challenges young people to take responsibility for their actions.
Building upon the structure of the Chisholm 30 program, an intervention of 90/120 days is offered and incorporates substance abuse and chemical dependency treatment if needed.
For youth in need of more intensive services over a longer period of time, Residential Treatment is an option. The typical length of stay is six to nine months, though can be extended based upon individual need.
To ready a young person for their return to the community, a staff-supported Community Transition program is offered. Services focus on education, employment, and life skills by emphasizing productivity, independence, self-reliance, and personal growth.
For more information regarding our Juvenile Justice programs, please visit our full website. To make a referral, please contact our admissions team at (800) 644-4557 or use the contact form to send an email.