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Childplace, Inc.

Last Update:7/20/2018
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Address:2420 East 10th Street
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
County:Clark
Phone:812-282-8248
Toll Free:
Fax:812-282-3291
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E-Mail:
Website:www.childplace.org
Mission
Childplace exists to serve children at risk by meeting their needs and equipping them for life in a spirit of Christian love.
Program Description

Childplace's campus is a sprawling twenty acres composed of a central administration building, a counseling center, four therapeutic group homes, a resource and learning center, and a maternity/transitional living cottage.

Outpatient Counseling:  Childplace provides individual, family and group counceling.

Residential Treatment:  The Residential Treatment Program uses specialized therapeutic care to serve children ages 7 - 18 with various types of problems and from numerous situations.  Residents receive individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, computer guided tutoring, accountability training, life skills training, survivors group (if needed), psychiatric evaluation, milieu therapy, and drug and alcohol assessment and treatment. Healthy patterns of discipline are taught to residents and parents while broken relationships are mended.

Adoption and Foster Care:  Childplace is a licensed child-placing agency.  More information on these two programs is available on their website.

Please visit the website for a complete listing of services provided.

Childplace serves multiple counties, depending on reimbursement type.  We serve Southern Indiana and Louisville area.

Financial
Childplace accepts IN Medicaid, some private insurance, and self pay.
Services
Adoption/Foster Care
Counseling
Residential Placement
Counties Serviced
Clark
Floyd
Harrison
Jefferson
Perry
Scott
Washington
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