Wyoming Behavioral Institute offers residential trauma-informed care for children and adolescents affected by emotional trauma and mental health crises. It provides a supportive place for healing in which young adult patients can develop new skills and learn appropriate methods of self-expression.
The program is intended for youths who have experienced trauma and face lasting mental and emotional effects from it. Complex trauma exposures include loss, neglect, witnessing, maltreatment and separation. These experience can lead to post-traumatic stress and other complex clinical symptoms such as:
The Pathways Unit is structured to meet the treatment and academic needs of adolescents ages 10 to 16. Please read our Pathways handbooks for more details.