Day Treatment

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Day Treatment

Day Treatment provides a therapeutic school-based milieu for children with mental health diagnoses that present with behaviors putting them at risk for loss of school placement. Day Treatment referrals are initiated by the school district of origin in collaboration with the La Grande School District Special Education Director. Youth K-5th grade are enrolled at Rising Stars located at Greenwood  Elementary School.

All youth enrolled in Day Treatment will be concurrently enrolled in Integrated Service Array (ISA) for assistance in developing community-based support to meet their needs.

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Children and youth from K-5th grade in Union County, and occasionally in neighboring counties.

Location of Service
Rising Stars Day Treatment

Shaun Cederholm, Cynthia Russell, Troy Stebbins

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