The following continuum of treatment services are provided through Jasper Mountain. This array is designed to offer help and hope to children and families, at the level of support that is needed, who are experiencing significant difficulties.
Jasper Mountain Psychiatric Residential Treatment Program: An intensive treatment home with a highly structured environment in a positive treatment family setting for severely abused and disturbed children (ages 3–13).
SAFE Center Program: A short-term (30–90 day) residential treatment center for children (ages 3–13) who are showing signs of developing serious emotional disturbance and destructive behavior patterns. Short-term crisis stays also available for children in need of immediate stabilization.
Jasper Mountain School—Academic Day Treatment Program: An on-site private special education school for children from kindergarten through 8th grade, specializing in teaching approaches for emotionally disturbed and abused children.
Treatment Foster Care Program: A program that places children (ages 4–13) who have behavioral and psychological difficulties with trained foster parents in order to give the children a successful experience and opportunity to improve skills needed in a family setting.
The Village Program: A highly individualized program that serves children (ages 4–13) and provides in-home treatment, behavioral support, coaching, respite and a variety of other flexible services that respond to each child and family’s unique situation.
Crisis Response Program: Provides crisis services to children (under 18) and their families who live in Lane County, Oregon. Services are coordinated by the Child and Adolescent Network. Services include: 24 hour crisis line, mobile crisis response and crisis respite.
Empirical Basis of Treatment at Jasper Mountain: A brief overview of the empirical basis for the treatment orientation of the Agency.