We’re here to heal and restore families
When you see TrinityHouse residential treatment center, you will not see large dormitories or large buildings. The program is designed to look and feel like a large home. Students live in a home-like setting, which includes living rooms, bedrooms, and a large family kitchen. In this residential setting, students learn the value of chores, positive interactions with others, and developing family relationships.
Trained Residential Coaches oversee social interactions and provide us the chance to see how students react to authority figures.
Residential Coaches also implement the behavior modification program. Additionally, these Residential Coaches become role models for appropriate social skills and many times develop meaningful relationships with the students. Students’ security and safety is closely monitored at TrinityHouse. The home facility is secured versus locked. There are alarms on doors and windows and staff who periodically check on the students throughout the night.
Security is also enhanced because of the small number of students. With only 4 students, staff monitors students’ whereabouts closely. In other words, staff knows where the students are and what they are doing at all times. Because we feel strongly about the value of long-lasting family relationships, the TrinityHouse program is patterned to assist students in acquiring a greater appreciation for their own families.
Appropriate ways of acting and responding in a family environment are addressed therapeutically and educationally in a home setting. Our goal is to return our students to their families and society having developed the skills and attitudes that make them a welcome addition at any home.