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Shiloh Treatment Center, Inc

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Day Treatment Services

Here at Shiloh, all of our services are designed to help young people and their families lead the best version of their lives. Call now for more information about our day treatment services.

Day Treatment

Shiloh operates a Day Treatment program, called Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) by insurance companies, and therapeutic day school by some referring agencies. The program is in operation Monday through Friday, from 8:00-4:00. For those who step-down from residential treatment into day treatment, this program focuses on finishing the stabilization and skill building process begun during the in-patient stay. Others come directly into the program to further their specialized and structured programming to help them develop self-regulatory skills while attending Shiloh's academic education program. 

Case Management

In an effort to transition clients to a less restrictive community-based school or program, case managers help families obtain services and give feedback to receiving schools and programs. Case managers help families find community support programs, entitlement programs, and outpatient treatment programs near their own homes.

Behavioral Treatment

A wide variety of social learning and cognitive-behavioral techniques are used, including positive reinforcement, natural consequences, modeling, and verbal prompting. At times, dangerous behaviors are managed by trained Shiloh staff, primarily the direct care staff, using Safe Crisis Management (SCM) techniques and other industry-standard interventions for behavior management. Shiloh does not use aversive behavior management techniques, seclusion, time out rooms, or mechanical restraints.

Shiloh uses techniques that are based on principles used in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) for specifically identified behaviors. ABA is a widely used and highly researched based type of therapy that focuses on improving specific behaviors, such as social skills, communication, reading, and academics as well as adaptive learning skills, such as fine motor dexterity, hygiene, grooming, vocational and life skills in individuals with developmental delays. Our on staff Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) leads the implementation or these interventions.

Education Services

Shiloh maintains an on-campus school approved by TEA with certified teachers. The educational program focuses on basic academic skills, vocational skills, living skills, and GED preparation. The education program addresses school-based behavior problems that prevent a client from participating in regular school classes. An educational diagnostician or other qualified personnel is responsible for assessing each client's academic skills, learning competencies, living skills, and behavior.

Psychiatric Services

Shiloh's psychiatrists are highly experienced in child and adolescent practice. As specialists in this area, they are able to provide finer tuned and a variety of medication options than are not typically available in the community. Optimizing medications, can make an important difference in the child's life.  Once emotions and behavior are stabilized, they are more able to benefit from psychosocial treatments and therapy that may not have previously been effective.    

Counseling Services

Counseling services are provided as indicated by the psychosocial assessment completed during the admission process and directed by the service plan. Clients receive individual and group counseling, depending on specific needs. Family counseling is considered critical and provided when families are able to participate. Our counseling staff includes several master's degree-level licensed professional counselors, and social workers.