Rehoboth Empowerment INC, is community driven organization focused on mentoring and developing at risk youth combined with training and support. We foster self-control, self-management, education continuation and development of employable skills. REI, is a therapeutic program that provides individualized rehabilitation services
Rehoboth Empowerment INC, Inc. provides the following services to teens in our program:
· Residential Housing for teens 13-16 years old.
· Independent Living Program for teens 17-19 years old.
· Diagnostic Behavioral Out-patient Services.
· Medical & Psychological clinic exam, testing and treatment.
· Court Services emergency residential placement.
· Psychological/Psychosexual assessment.
Therapists at REI must hold at least a master's degree in counseling. They will provide individual and group counseling. In our therapy program, there will be one therapist to every 10 teens; each teen will receive their own individual personal achievement goal. It has been medically documented that behavior disorders can be modified through therapy and consistency. The therapy sessions will help the teens to:
Cope with underlying problems.
Encourage and reinforce personal growth experience positive change.
The education program at REI will be taught by a state certified teacher. The curriculum is individualized for each teen, and integrates real-life experience. Teens that come to REM may have a wide range of academic needs such as:
· Difficulty in a traditional learning environment.
· Poor coping skills.
· A number of unresolved emotional or family issues.
Each individual case, specific difficulties, and staff concerns, we anticipate continuous program modification.
CODE OF ETHICS
Honesty and Integrity.
Responsibility for our choices.
Value and respect for the uniqueness of each teen.
Commitment to quality.
ADMISSIONS POLICIES & PROCEDURES
Applicants are evaluated on a case by case basis. The applicant must demonstrate a desire to be in our treatment program and have the capacity to benefit from treatment in the group home setting. The applicant must be able to function in community settings and successfully complete the application and interview process. .