Grafton’s short-term stabilization service is a trauma-informed program serving children and adolescents ages 12 to 17. Intensive intervention focuses on the child, family and the community, and treatment is tailored to fit individual needs. The length of stay is typically between 30 to 45 days, but other programs within our continuum of care are available as “step-down services” or for more acute treatment, if needed. Treatment is designed to support the rapid stabilization of the family and child through a variety of interventions, while encouraging resilience. At Grafton, we integrate treatment with community resources to limit length of stay as much as possible.

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