Wheeler's Congregate Care services provide supportive and consistent home-like environments to meet the unique needs of children and youth referred by the Department of Children and Families or other referral sources.
LIGHT House and SAGE House provide a long-term, supportive and consistent home-like environment for adolescent boys challenged with significant trauma histories and relational difficulties. Our goal is to provide stability, sensitivity and opportunities to help youth develop effective interpersonal and life skills.
Farm Hill is part of Wheeler Clinic's Congregate Care services, which provides 24-hour, home-like care for children with emotional and behavioral challenges. Farm Hill serves girls ages 13-16.
Wheeler's S-FIT Program is a short-term, out-of-home treatment option that provides crisis stabilization and assessment for DCF-involved youth, ages 12-17.
Wheeler's Crisis Stabilization Program offers short-term residential placement for youth ages 11–17 who need immediate intervention during an emotional or behavioral crisis. Youth are offered a safe and secure place to stay while clinicians work with them and their families to stabilize their situation.