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Causes: Mental Health, Residential Mental Health Treatment

Mission: Victor treatment centers, inc. ("vtc") operates highly intensive residential treatment programs. These programs treat children and adolescents who have experienced multiple treatment failures and are the most resistive to treatment. Vtc emphasizes a home-like, non-institutional environment where residential staff teaches children the skills they need to overcome emotional difficulties. Vtc also provides special education which provides a positive experience and a comprehensive educational curriculum.

Programs: Residential services - vtc, inc is a 24-hour residential treatment facility for severely, emotionally disturbed and mentally ill minors. Vtc has programs established in shasta, san joaquin, sonoma, and san bernardino counties.

mental health services: children and youth placed in our residential and non-public schools require extensive mental health services and supports to assist them in alleviating their underlying behavioral and emotional problems which are preventing them from living and learning in less restrictive environments. Vtc provides intensive day treatment and specialty mental health services to hundreds of children each year.

school services: we provide specialized, accredited, non-public schools that operate in conjunction with our residential and mental health services to address the educational needs of children who are unable to learn and function effectively in public school settings due to their serious emotional disturbances. These services are also provided to many students who live in the community yet require a highly intensive educational environment in which to learn. We are proud of the many children who successfully transition back to public education settings and who make dramatic academic progress in our schools.

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