The Where Hope Live’s Sanctuary Teen Girl Program on the StreetLightUSA campus is a level 2 residential trauma healing facility for adolescent females who have been victims of commercial sexual exploitation or who are at high risk of being sexually exploited.
Trauma healing services include the treatment of co-occurring disorders and behaviors, to include acute trauma symptoms, substance abuse, disruptive behaviors, interpersonal/attachment related challenges, anxiety, depression, and mood disorders. All services are included within our cultural and diversity responsive paradigm.
The Sanctuary at StreetLightUSA is a Level 2 program specializing in trauma healing from child sexual exploitation (CSE).
Clinical services include treatment of co-occurring symptoms and behaviors, to include trauma-influenced maladaptive behaviors, attention/focus difficulties, anxiety, and mood challenges.
Additionally, we provide support with secondary issues related to substance use and eating disordered behaviors while client is on her trauma healing journey with us.
Integration of family support and family therapy are also core components of our holistic model of care.
The Sanctuary (TS) at StreetLight USA (SLUSA) provides residential behavioral health treatment to adolescent females ages 13-17 with a history of sexual exploitation and co-occuring disorders.
A child’s developmental age is also taken into consideration to
ensure that the child can benefit from treament.
Estimated length of services (LOS) is 45 to 90 days. The individual’s progress of treatment goals and objectives, as well as immediate and/or additional needs assessed since admission, are taken into consideration.
The readiness of the family is also taken into consideration to maximize the transition back home, as well as increase the sustainability of progress made in treatment.
Therapeutic services are provided using an integrative trauma-healing approach that restores a sense of safety and stability. Treatment planning, services, and case updates are informed by treatment team reports, child and family reporting, collateral documentation, clinical and medical observations and recommendations, and standardized screening measures. Service planning is reflective of each resident’s individual stage of healing, as well as aligned with evidence-based interventions that resonate with the child.