Eliot’s Juvenile Justice program delivers a residential network for court-involved youth ages 13 to 21 who are in need of placement while awaiting return to court, assessment, or residential treatment. These highly structured, self-contained programs offer a comprehensive intervention for juvenile offenders. Each residence has a fully accredited school, clinical supports that include individual and group treatment, and is operated by trained staff with all components integrated through a Positive Youth Development framework.
Eliot’s residential services offer a full range of cognitive-behavioral groups including Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), anger management, social skill building, substance use prevention, and life management skills. In addition, a full schedule of educational, vocational, recreational, clinical, and community service components provide an intensive and effective intervention for troubled youth.