Grafton’s Berryville facility encompasses an administrative building (pictured above), a residential facility, and classrooms. The residential treatment center serves youth ages 6 to 21 with mild to moderate developmental and psychiatric disorders or cognitive disabilities. The facility provides medically-necessary residential treatment services and is approved as a Virginia Medicaid provider.
Our goal is to provide short-term intensive residential therapeutic treatment designed to help individuals build the self-management skills necessary to be successful in a community setting.
The center is oriented around the needs of our clients. There are 75 private rooms clustered in groups around spacious living rooms with a kitchenette for each group. This arrangement encourages interaction in a collective setting as well as allowing for private space.
In additional to the residential areas, the center features a cafeteria, classrooms, a 7,500-square-foot fully equipped gymnasium. The facility is fully handicapped accessible and has an electronic security system and 24-hour awake supervision to ensure necessary support.
Short-term stabilization program is also available at the Berryville facility.
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The Berryville facility has a capacity of 88 residents and more than 200 employees including certified teachers and direct support professionals.
Classrooms contain resources to address a range of disabilities.
Common living areas provide a place for teaching, learning and socializing with others.
Recreational rooms provide places to relax.
Students have private rooms which are clustered around the common areas.
Nutritional meals, planned by licensed, registered dietitians are served in the cafeteria.
The 7,500 square-foot gym is used for sports, dances and other social activities.