Canopy’s Therapeutic Day Treatment Program

This program provides school-age children with serious emotional disorders the skills and treatment they need to successfully thrive in their school and community. Day Treatment Services are based on behavior management principles and include positive feedback, self-esteem building, and social skills training. Depending on the needs of the child, additional treatment may include training in impulse control, anger management, problem solving, and conflict resolution. By combining psychosocial and academic interventions, the program helps participants experience meaningful behavioral skills development and academic success. Day treatment staff collaborates closely with the child’s teachers and parents. This ensures the ongoing success of the child and helps the child transfer lessons learned in the Canopy Day Treatment Program to their traditional school setting. The program provides a means to divert children with behavior and emotional problems from hospitalization, residential treatment, school suspension, and/or grade retention.

Who Do We Serve?

The Therapeutic Day Treatment Program is for children ages 8 to 14 years old who are struggling to maintain appropriate participation in traditional school setting due to behavioral or emotional problems. Diagnoses may include adjustment disorder, ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, PTSD, and other disruptive behavioral disorders.  We currently offer day treatment in Jackson and Natchez.

What Features Does This Service Provide?

  • The Day Treatment Program runs in public schools.
  • A structured behavioral environment for youth that are struggling to use appropriate social interaction, learn in class, or having a hard time controlling behavior that is associated with their mental health.
  • Treatment is provided in an after school setting.
  • This program is for individuals that are eligible for Medicaid.

How do I make a Referral?

Call 1-800-388-6247 to speak with a Canopy Care Coordinator or begin a therapeutic day treatment program in your school.

 

 

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