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trauma-informed care

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.

reach out

If you have questions about whether an adolescent female may benefit from our residential program in Rosemont, please contact Emily DiMaio:




our residential treatment programs include:

  • Clinical Services provided by Master’s-level therapists, including individual, family, and group therapy, as well as comprehensive case management.
  • Emphasis on evidence-based practices (EBP), creative art therapies, and measurable outcomes; including implementation of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).
  • Significant collaboration with the family throughout the course of treatment to support successful reintegration into the home and community.
  • Psychiatry Services overseeing all components of treatment, and providing direct diagnostic evaluations, medication management, and direct services to residents with their families.
  • Adolescent females participating in our Residential Treatment Program in Rosemont may be referred to the on grounds Gemma Services School, a licensed, private academic special education school for students with emotional, social, and special learning needs, or to a school in the Radnor Township school district. The Gemma Services School works closely with the Delaware County Intermediate Unit in identifying special needs of the students, as well as developing individualized plans and interventions to support their success in the education environment.
  • Faith and spiritual support providing voluntary religious expression and worship services, and values groups, all of which are sensitive and open to all religious affiliations.
  • Enriching and therapeutic recreational activities.
  • A gender-affirming environment for LGBTQI youth.