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Is your child currently enrolled or recently enrolled in a Day Treatment Program?
Does your child have current IEP concerns?
Does your child have current medication management needs that are impacting their education or academic achievement?
Therapeutic Transitions Program (TPP) is a short-term educational and clinical program for students experiencing mental health trauma or crisis requiring hospitalization or are at risk of hospitalization. TTP is provided in collaboration with Astor Services for Children and Families, Ulster BOCES, and local school districts. Enrollment is 4 weeks with an extension available.
All referrals are made from the student’s home school district to the TTP program director. Following the referral, an intake meeting is held to determine eligibility. This meeting includes a TTP clinician, TTP teacher, school district representatives, the parents, and the student. All transportation to TTP is provided by the student’s home district.
- Psychological and clinical support after a mental health trauma and/or crisis
- Instruction and academic support to successfully complete their studies while enrolled in TTP
- Academic curricula, classwork and requirements are provided by the student’s home district to BOCES
- Foster communication and collaboration between TTP staff, district staff, and parents
- Smooth and successful transition back to the student’s home district or alternative placement
- Assessment, Screening, Evaluation and Treatment Planning
- Partnership with parents throughout entire process
- Individual, Family, and Group Therapy
- Crisis Intervention
No one will be denied access to services due to their inability to pay. A discounted/sliding fee schedule is available based on family size and income.
TTP serves students with significant mental health disturbances enrolled in Grades 7-12. Students in a BOCES component district who are experiencing trauma or crisis, are at a significant risk for hospital placement, or are returning to their community school following a hospital placement or partial hospitalization.
Email: Please use our Program Contact Form »
For more information contact:
Salena M. Gray, LMHC
Deputy Director of Day Treatment Programs in the Hudson Valley
319 Broadway (Rt. 9W)
Port Ewen, NY 12466
845-486-4840 ext. 3077
Program brochure (PDF file)
Folleto del programa (archivo PDF)
Learn about Astor's other Hudson Valley Community-based programs:
- Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program
An alternative to school, short-term intensive therapy program
- Astor Learning Center
Therapeutic school for grades K-8
- Care Management (Health Homes)
Medicaid benefit that refers, organizes, and coordinates provider(s) involvement for families
- Counseling Centers
Providing therapy, psychiatric services and case management to children and adolescents and their families
- Day Treatment
In partnership with BOCES, a school-based intensive mental health and special education service for grades 2-12
Intensive Day Treatment
Therapeutic Transitions Program
- Enhanced Coordinated Children’s Services Initiative
A multi-agency process that seeks to prevent out-of-home placement and coordinate services to meet the family’s complex needs in Dutchess County
- Family Therapy and Support Services
Services to youth with behavioral issues, including Juvenile Delinquent (JD) and Persons in Need of Supervision (PINS) in Orange County
- Head Start
Federally funded preschool programs. Read more…
- High Fidelity Wraparound
Evidence-based care coordination that uses a highly structured, team-based, family-centered approach
- Home Based Crisis Intervention (HBCI)
Short-term in home family therapy program for families who live in Dutchess and Ulster Counties
- Prevention / Intensive Home Based Services
In-home program that serves parents with children at risk of foster care placement in Dutchess County
- Probation Based Services (J-RISC)
Family therapy program for children involved with Dutchess County’s Department of Community Corrections and Probation
- Residential Programs
The Residential Treatment Program is a therapeutic out-of-home placement serving children aged 5–13 who have emotional challenges that exceed community-based interventions. The program is located in Rhinebeck, NY, and accepts children from all counties of New York State.
Residential Treatment Center
Residential Treatment Facility
- School-Based Behavioral Health and Training
Array of services, including consultation and training, provided to school districts in the Hudson Valley area
- Serving Youth iN Their Communities (SYNC)
Home and community based services for children with Medicaid
- Therapeutic Foster Boarding Home Program
Enhanced therapeutic foster care program with case management, advocacy, medical services, and 24/7 support