Eagle House provides residential behavioral health treatment for children ages 6-13 who are transitioning from psychiatric hospitalization. Serving as a “step-down,” Eagle House helps prepare them for community-based treatment and a family or foster care setting.
Residents attend school onsite and receive intensive clinical support services, including ongoing nursing and psychiatry, family, group and individual therapy, and case management.
Professional staff at Eagle House use an active engagement/coaching/trauma-informed model of care to build relationships with the youth in order to stabilize them, help them improve overall functioning, and build the skills necessary to transition into a family successfully and permanently.
Other services can include occupational therapy, animal therapy and therapeutic community activities.
Children are typically referred to Eagle House by the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. For questions about accessing services at Eagle House, please contact Christopher Dutton, Program Director, 860-236-4511 ext. 3442, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eagle House is located at The Village’s main campus:
1680 Albany Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105
Services are paid for through clients’ private insurance and funded by Connecticut Behavioral Health Partnership.