New Beginnings Residential Treatment Center is a Qualified Residential Treatment Program (QRTP).
·New Beginnings Has a clinically recognized trauma-informed treatment model.
·New Beginnings is licensed by Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services.
·New Beginnings is CARF accredited. Commission Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities.
·New Beginnings Provides a licensed or registered nursing staff accessible at all times. Twenty-four hours per day, seven days each week.
·New Beginnings facilitates outreach to the child’s family members and seek their participation in the child’s treatment program.
·New Beginnings provides discharge planning and family-based aftercare support for at least SIX months after the child is discharged.
·New Beginnings will provide the treatment as identified by the assessment through licensed and clinically trained staff.
New Beginnings Residential Treatment Center is a private social service children's residential center licensed by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.
We provide a non-institutional safe setting for troubled children who are in need of placement. We are committed to protecting children and strengthening families throughout the state of Ohio. Education, treatment interventions, community supports, developmental skills and transitional support therapy are designed to engage the child to encompass a successful transition back into the community and family.
Today is a new day, a New Beginning.
It has been given to me as a new gift.
I can either use it or throw it away.
What I do today will affect me tomorrow.
I cannot blame anyone but myself if I do not succeed.
I promise to use this day to the fullest by giving my best.
Realizing it can never come back again.
This is my life and I choose to make it a success.
-Sports Illustrated 6/30/08
Licensing, AFFILIATIONS & Certifications:
ODJFS: Ohio Department of Jobs & Family Services
CARF: Accredited by Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
JSO: State Certified Juvenile Sex Offender Program
BWC: Bureau of Workers Compensation
OACCA: Ohio Association of Child Caring Agencies
PCSAO: Public Children Services Association of Ohio (attendee)
OMHAS: Ohio Mental Health Addiction Services
Questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.