Victor provides residential placement for youth who are unable to thrive in their homes, whether due to emotional or physical challenges.
We offer four homes throughout California with the option of non-public schools as needed.
With over 30 years of experience, Victor Treatment Centers are a trusted place for youth to get the services and help they need to succeed.
Level 12 Residential
Level 12 Residential is a part of .
Rosemary Cottage (home to nineteen girls) and four group homes (home to six girls each) provide safe and supportive environments for adolescent girls between the ages of 13 and 18. All the residential facilities are located within the Pasadena area. The youth supported by Rosemary Children’s Services are placed through the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services or the Los Angeles County Probation Department. The girls are helped to heal and grow through the following extensive educational, therapeutic and recreational services:
- Child care counselors provide 24-hour supervision for the adolescents girls. Counselors transport girls to school, assist with homework, and help with on-going related issues and concerns
- Group Centered Leadership is a therapeutic technique and daily peer accountability group in which residents and caretakers gather to discuss positive and negative individual behaviors in a open forum.
- Community involvement exposes the adolescents to cultural activities, such as museums and local symphonies, to help transition them into community life and aid in the growth of socialization and self-awareness.
Rosemary Children’s Services is committed to supporting family reunification following interventions designed to address such issues as interpersonal conflict, depression, social isolation, school failure, substance abuse, and neglect. Program participation strengthens the youth’s relationships with their family, peers and teachers. Rosemary Children’s Services is committed to the preservation of families or, if this is not possible, to quality preparation for emancipation.
Non-Public School - Autistic / Developmentally Delayed Student Program (ECHO)
Non-Public School - Autistic / Developmentally Delayed Student Program (ECHO) is a part of .
ECHO (Every Child Has Opportunities) is a community based educational program for students with Autism, Downs Syndrome and/or other developmental delays. Being a community based program, ECHO can provide opportunities for students to participate in experiential learning while being assisted by trained educators. Through educational experiences such as outdoor education, community exploration, vocational training, and life skills; students are taught to reach their highest level of independence.
Academic instruction at ECHO is individualized. Each child's needs are addressed daily behaviorally, academically, and socially. With a high staff to student ratio, your child has access to a number of highly trained professionals. Students are provided specialized instruction based on academic test scores as well as functional skills assessments. ECHO believes every child has opportunities for success! Using a data driven decision making process, our team helps to identify best practices for your child to meet their personal and academic goals.
The ECHO program has provided parents, care providers, and districts with academic solutions for over 18 years. Through consistent implementation of data driven strategies and consultation with professionals involved in your child's life, we can provide a stable academic atmosphere for your child's growth.
Short Term Residential Therapeutic Program
Short Term Residential Therapeutic Program is a part of .
Victor Treatment Centers (VTC) exists to provide a healthy, healing alternative strength-based services oriented living environment for severely emotionally disturbed children and young adults. As a result of a mental, behavioral, or emotional disorders these youth exhibit emotional, cognitive, and/or behavioral functioning which is so impaired as to interfere substantially with their role or functioning in their family, school, or community activities.
The Victor Short Term Residential Therapeutic Program (STRTP) is designed to create a community/family reconnection engine for highly disconnected foster youth with significant mental health challenges. STRTP will have two objectives: 1) to help youth permanently re-establish safe and nurturing family, educational, and community connections; and 2) to assist in establishing a new system of care that will prevent any more youth from reaching this point of disconnection.
The program is designed for youth and their families to remain connected after the client transitions from residential care using planned respite as needed while they are in their family-setting placements.