The Turning Point
CASTLE offers a comprehensive partial care program for children ages 3 to 15 experiencing severe emotional problems or behavioral disorders. Brookfield provides the educational component while students are attending this program. Students who are classified receive 10 hours per week of instruction, while non-classified students receive 5 hours per week to maintain and improve academic skills within the context of a therapeutic environment.
DCF Regional School Cape May Campus is a highly structured community serving adolescents and young adults requiring assistance with educational, emotional and behavioral support, life skills, mentoring and health care. Project TEACH is an alternative, year-round comprehensive educational program for pregnant or parenting teens. The program is based on the individual needs of each student, giving them the skills needed to create a positive life for themselves and their children.
Underwood Behavioral Health is located in Woodbury. Children referred to this program receive therapeutic intervention in this short-term treatment program. Brookfield Schools provides a certified teacher who supplies the mandated homebound instruction for the students while they are out of school. Students who are classified receive 10 hours per week of instruction, while non-classified students receive 5 hours per week to maintain and improve academic skills within the context of a therapeutic environment. The teacher is available for a transition meeting with professionals from the child’s school prior to his/her return to school.
The YES Shelter Program is a residential facility for students placed by the courts or Division of Child Protection and Permanency. While living at the YES Shelter Program, students who are unable to return to their local school will receive homebound instruction provided by a certified teacher.
DCF Regional School Cumberland County Campus is a highly structured learning community serving students 12 to 21 years old who are placed in a residential setting. The school’s curriculum is designed to meet the academic needs of the students as well as teach them life skills. The school has a wide range of certificated staff and a high staff-to-student ratio.
Brookfield Schools Haddon Heights Campus has formed innovative partnerships within the community that include relationships with:
• Perkins Center for the Arts
• The Rowan University Institute Advancement for Learning
The Behavioral Health Program at Jefferson Health provides a safe and nurturing environment for children and adolescents who are in crisis and need to develop coping skills while under clinical supervision in their in-patient unit or partial care program. The programs provide a board-certified psychiatrist and clinical staff who have a vested interest in helping each patient attain their personal best. Brookfield Schools provides certified teachers who deliver mandated homebound instruction in a trauma-sensitive classroom.
Transitions is a residential facility for students placed by the courts or Division of Child Protection and Permanency. While living at Transitions, students who are unable to return to their local school receive four hours of instruction per day provided by a certified teacher.