Pressley Ridge Home Places is a treatment program for children and adolescents with developmental disabilities and mental health diagnoses. The home-like residential setting enables youth to experience social, community, recreational, and educational activities. Our program provides intensive mental health treatment to youth in transition who need additional supports in order to be successful in a less restrictive environment.
Home Places provides highly individualized services to children, adolescents, and young adults with serious emotional and behavioral problems, coupled with a mild to severe developmental disability, including the Life Sharing/Family Living program.
Pressley Ridge Life Sharing, also known as “Family Living”, is living with and sharing life experiences with supportive persons who form a caring household. The mission of Life Sharing is to enrich the lives of people with disabilities by matching those who choose this lifestyle with families or individuals who choose to open their homes and their hearts. Learn More
Who Do We Serve?
All youth admitted to Home Places are:
- Males and Females, 21 years and younger
- Youth diagnosed with an Axis 1, including Autism Spectrum Disorder and Pervasive Developmental Disorder
- Youth diagnosed with a Developmental Disability, including mild to severe Intellectual Disability
- Youth experiencing co-occurring medical and/or neurological disorders
- Youth experiencing behavioral problems, including self-injurious behavior and severe aggression
Pressley Ridge maintains providers contracts with state, county, and local governments. For further information, please contact our offices at the numbers listed.
For detailed location information including contact numbers and directions, please click here to view our locations directory and map.