Serving girls ages 13 to 18 who struggle with significant mental health needs, often stemming from trauma, our Rosemont-based Residential Treatment Program provides intensive treatment services. The program is LGBTQI affirming.
We provide 24-hour supervision by counselors trained in trauma-informed care, crisis prevention and de-escalation, and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention™.
Our holistic approach to helping the youth and families to heal combines traditional mental health services with experiences to nurture the mind, body, and spirit, such as creative and expressive therapeutic art programs, physical fitness programs, and equine and pet-assisted therapies.
Gemma Services recently shared news of plans to close the Residential Treatment Program on our Rosemont Campus only. We are not accepting referrals for new admissions to the Rosemont Residential Treatment Program; we are accepting referrals for admissions to our Plymouth Meeting Residential Treatment Program, which you can click here to read more about. The Rosemont program will not cease operations until we have a suitable placement for each and every youth currently served on this campus. While we do not have a definite date at the present time that the program will fully close, we anticipate that will happen sometime in January 2021. Should you have any questions, please contact us through the email and phone number listed on this page. Thank you.