HELP A CHILD
Robbins Nest For Children is designed to support children and adolescent boys 7-15 years old struggling with mental health and behavioral issues. We recognize each child and adolescent has potential, therefore we designed a program which helps them harness their passions. Robbin’s Nest For Children’s resident will receive individual, group, and family therapy as well as psych-educational group such as dialectical behavioral therapy and cognitive therapy.
Additionally, residents will engage in experimental groups such as art and psychodrama therapies. Our success happens when clients leave in greater harmony with themselves and their families. Our professional staff members are committed to building a program to fit each child’s needs. Different work-groups were also developed to help caregivers. Our purpose is to fulfill the requirement of providing or assisting residents youth age 14 or older in obtaining experiential life-skills training to improve their transition to independent living.
Robin’s Nest provides a safe nurturing environment to shelter the young and prepare them to soar into their future.
To be the Center of Excellence for youth services.
Robbins Nest for Children provides a variety of professional services tailored to meet the needs of residents in a planned continuum of care. Providing flexible, individualized therapy, testing and counseling services, Robbins Nest For Children staff professionals are committed to building a program to fit each child’s needs. Individualized treatment plans are developed for each child during their stay at Robbin’s Nest For Children.
Emphasis is placed on allowing each child the opportunity to work through the abuse and neglect they have experienced while engaging each child in therapeutic programming and participation in their community. RNFC’s professional staff assures close supervision and ample opportunity for the ongoing development of therapeutic relationships. Each child that lives at Robbin’s Nest For Children participates in therapeutic programming to teach them basic skills and to help them develop healthy relationships with their caregivers and peers.