Residential

Victor provides residential placement for youth who are unable to thrive in their homes, whether due to emotional or physical challenges.

We offer three Short Term Residential Therapeutic Programs in the State of California, with the option of non-public schools as needed.

With over 50 years of experience, Victor Treatment  Centers are a trusted place for youth to get the services and help they need to succeed.


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.

Our services utilize a strengths-based approach that strives to assist with the stabilization of youth challenges and facilitate a successful transition to their family, community and education supports.  Our services are provided through our team of professionals and include (but are not limited to):

  • Trauma informed care environment
  • Individualized team planning support process
  • Individual and Family Focused therapeutic services
  • Group Rehabilitation Services
  • Education support services –transition preparation
  • Supportive transition and permanency preparation services
  • Post – transition Aftercare services to support permanency
  • Child and Family Team (CFT) supportive process
  • Culturally relevant placement

Child and Family Team Services

Our Child and Family Team (CFT) process is designed to provide a supportive team of  caring individuals that include family members, friends, identified participants and stakeholders to help the youth and family identify need and strengths that our services can support and will result in a successful healing and reconnection outcome.

Meet Our Team:

Each youth and family will receive the support of our dedicated team of professionals and includes:

  • Evidence Based Services trained Clinician – meets regularly with youth/family and supports therapeutic progress and sustainable change
  • Residential Services team members/ Supervisor/Residential Counselors – supports youth needs in our daily living and treatment environments
  • Facilitator – To support the youth and family prior to, during and post CFT meeting work
  • Clinical Supervisor(s) – to oversee the therapeutic services progress and support changing needs as they emerge 

Our Service Locations:

Our services are provided in multiple counties throughout the state of California.   We have been a positive presence in our various communities for over 50 years.  Our programs promote a positive homelike environment that compliments our work with youth and families in alignment with our agency goals and mission. 

Short Term Residential Therapeutic Program for Adolescent Girls

Short Term Residential Therapeutic Program for Adolescent Girls is a part of .

Victor Treatment Centers provides supportive therapeutic services to girls ages 13 – 19 years of age.  Our services utilize a strengths-based approach that strives to assist with the stabilization of youth challenges and facilitate a successful transition to their family, community and education supports.  Our services are provided through our team of professionals and include (but are not limited to):

  • Trauma informed care environment
  • Individualized team planning support process
  • Individual and Family Focused therapeutic services
  • Group Rehabilitation Services
  • Education support services –transition preparation
  • Supportive transition and permanency preparation services
  • Post – transition Aftercare services to support permanency
  • Child and Family Team (CFT) supportive process
  • Culturally relevant placement

Child and Family Team Services

Our Child and Family Team (CFT) process is designed to provide a supportive team of  caring individuals that include family members, friends, identified participants and stakeholders to help the youth and family identify need and strengths that our services can support and will result in a successful healing and reconnection outcome.

Meet Our Team:

Each youth and family will receive the support of our dedicated team of professionals and includes:

  • Evidence Based Services trained Clinician – meets regularly with youth/family and supports therapeutic progress and sustainable change
  • Residential Services team members/ Supervisor/Residential Counselors – supports youth needs in our daily living and treatment environments
  • Facilitator – To support the youth and family prior to, during and post CFT meeting work
  • Clinical Supervisor(s) – to oversee the therapeutic services progress and support changing needs as they emerge 

Victor currently has four homes in the Southern California area.

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