The detail in assessing the needs of each child, developing a child-specific plan of care, and delivering quality services result in a healthier child upon discharge.

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A family that comes to Grafton has already been on a long journey. Their path might have included outpatient, school-based, and residential services, as well as emergency room visits and crisis intervention programs. They have likely struggled to have their child’s individual needs understood and addressed. The trauma from these experiences affects every family member. And the journey comes with very steep costs – both emotional and financial.

Many families see Grafton as their last hope.

The good news is that Grafton is uniquely qualified to deliver on that hope. We welcome children with very complex challenges who have not had success anywhere else. At Grafton – through a combination of trauma-informed care, our clinical model, and rigorous, ongoing measurement – they flourish.

We have a series of videos that provide additional details on Grafton’s history and approach to care:

  • Learn more about who we are and what we do through this introduction, narrated by Grafton’s COO, Scott Zeiter
  • Watch this video about our history and approach
  • This video provides further detail on our clinical model

You can also read more about Grafton’s services here.