At Solstice, a trauma treatment center, we have a selective admissions process. This is done in an effort to ensure that the girls we accept into our program are appropriate for the level of care we provide. We want to be sure that our program and your daughter are a good fit for one another, and that we can provide the services that your daughter requires in order to progress successfully.
We strive to respect your child’s needs and those of your family, so we strive to understand every family’s specific situation. We do this through our admissions process.
Step 1: Contact us to learn more about the program.
We are available seven days a week at 855-672-7058.
Step 2: Learn about trauma treatment center, Solstice.
We are certain you will find our comprehensive therapeutic approach combined in a small, home-like setting to offer the right blend of clinical sophistication and loving care. We highly encourage you to ask questions, to get a better understanding of our program.
Step 3: Apply for admittance into Solstice.
This is important as our staff will review this application. Parents will be asked to complete an application including clinical information, and treatment histories on their daughter. This information will be used by the Admission’s team which includes Clinical, Admissions, Program, and Academic directors, to ensure our program can help your struggling girl.
Step 4: Acceptance into Solstice.
If a successful review of application is completed and if a bed is available, then your child will be accepted and can begin the process of preparing for arrival.
Step 5: Set date for arrival.
Typically, we find it best to make the decision and have a young girl join us within a short period of time. When there is too much time between acceptance and admittance, it can often lead to high anxiety and undue stress.
Step 6: Day One in a Journey to a healthier, more productive path.
We hear from families all the time that making the decision is often the hardest part, but once that decision is made a sense of calm and confidence often ensues. We have helped many young women and families over the years. We would love the opportunity to help your family, too.