Footprints Residential Program
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Important changes to the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act (HYTA Act): this will provide youth in transition (age 18-23) the opportunity to have a clean criminal history if they comply with probation. Read more:
Footprints is a unique, community-based, short-term, residential treatment facility providing court involved, adolescent females with rehabilitative and family reunification services.
Adolescent girls between the ages of 12-17 are referred to the program through the 30th Judicial Circuit Court. Residents at Footprints have the opportunity to gain new skills and strategies to cope with difficult situations. This is accomplished by providing high quality evidence based treatment groups supported by the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy model.
Residents at Footprints are supported and cared for by a team of well trained, professional staff. The average length of stay for a resident is six months. Peckham is excited to help unleash each resident's full potential for success.
Participants are referred to this program by the court.
Footprints strictly adheres to the most reliable research to develop the most effective programming. For more information about our evidence based curriculum, please follow the link below: