Grafton provides residential services, including:

Secure, trauma-informed psychiatric residential treatment (PRT) for individuals between the ages of 6 and 21 with intellectual disabilities, autism, and simultaneous psychiatric conditions requiring a secure environment. Our goal is to provide short-term, intensive, residential therapeutic treatment, in direct partnership with families or guardians, to help individuals build the skills necessary to be successful in a community and home setting.

Community-based group homes that provide the same level of support that an individual might receive in a hospital or other acute care environment. Equipped with a robust staff that surpasses that of most Medicaid group homes, we help clients learn the adaptive skills necessary to increase self-autonomy and build healthy relationships.

A Sexual Trauma and Abuse Recovery (STAR) program that works with children who have demonstrated challenging behaviors related to past experiences of sexual abuse, exploitation, and trafficking. STAR is provided in a self-contained classroom and dormitory, which are equipped with cameras, sensors, and other features to ensure the safety of each child. The program is led by certified sex offender treatment providers and utilizes evidence-based, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT).