- Program Philosophy (2.9 MB .pdf - opens in new window)
- Core Values (2.5 MB .pdf - opens in new window)
- Standards of Practice (1 MB .pdf - opens in new window)
- Weekly Group Sessions (1MB .pdf - opens in new window)
- Community-Based Programming
- Family Programming
To help each child rebuild his/her future, Charles Hall Youth Services often accesses services from a variety of agencies throughout the community. The West Central Human Service Center is our partner for drug and alcohol evaluations, addiction counseling, treatment, and aftercare services. They also provide anger management courses and individual/family counseling; and, if deemed necessary, grief counseling and/or sexual abuse counseling.
Psychological evaluations and individual counseling are offered through area mental health clinics. Clinic staff meets with our program director, social workers and house managers to offer insight and advice on the treatment and care of specific youth.
MedCenter One Health System and St. Alexius Medical Center provide psychiatric placements and safe bed placements when necessary. Registered dietitians are utilized from either hospital for clients that need this service due to eating disorders.
Partial Care, offered through St. Alexius Medical Center, is available for youth who have dual diagnosis and can benefit from group counseling while attending school during daytime hours.
Everyone needs a place to call home. Regardless of the circumstances that may have resulted in a youth’s placement at Charles Hall, we recognize that each youth wants to be reunited with her/his natural family. Group parenting classes are offered to parents of youth in our program. The classes are currently being taught by a PhD clinical psychology intern working at Charles Hall Youth Services through a partnership with the Standing Rock Psychology Internship Program.