Harmony Hill School
© 2019 Harmony Hill School -  Celebrating Diversity: Harmony Hill School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, sexual-identity or socio- economic status in the admission process or in any school administered programming.

Harmony Hill School is currently

credentialed as a Dual Diagnosis

Mental Health & Substance Use

Disorder Treatment Facility with Optum

Behavior Health for those insured

through RI Medicaid.

Residential Dual Diagnosis

Substance Use Disorder Services

Our Program Welcomes…

•  Adolescent Biological Males

•  Ages 13 to 18 years old

•  Youth who have a Dual Diagnosis

•  Students of all family structures and           

socioeconomic backgrounds

Licensed by (BHDDH), the Department

of Behavioral Healthcare,

Developmental Disabilities and

Hospitals, our new program provides

residential substance use disorder

services with a supportive, therapeutic,

and educational setting grounded in

Harmony Hill School’s trauma-informed

treatment model.

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Our Program Includes…

•  A safe and inclusive environment for

youth to live, learn, and recover, to meet

their full potential

•  A Trauma Focused Dual Diagnosis

Substance Abuse Treatment Program

•  90 Day Program (Contingent upon

on-going insurance authorization)

•  Seeking Safety services provided in the

scope of The Recovery Model

•  12 weekly hours of Group Treatment

•  1 hour per week of Individual and

Family Therapy.

•  Masters level clinical therapy, including

individual and family work as

appropriate. Group Therapy conducted

by a Licensed Chemical Dependency

Professional (LCDP) and/or a Licensed

Independent Clinical Social Worker

(LICSW).

For more information please contact our

Clinical Director:

Cheryl Raposa, LICSW

Craposa@hhs.org

Office: 401-949-0690 Ext: 3390

Fax: 401- 949-4412

Additional Supportive Milieu Services

Include…

•  On-Site Comprehensive Educational

Services Accredited by the Rhode Island

Department of Education RIDE

•  Art Therapy & Equine Assisted Therapy

(EAGALA)

•  On-Site Challenge Course

•  Work-study program opportunities for

high-school students both on and off

campus

•  LGBTQ Support Groups - Transgender

Specific Consulting Clinician on staff

Admission Process Information Admission Process Information
Harmony Hill School
© 2019 Harmony Hill School- Celebrating Diversity: Harmony Hill School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national or ethnic origin, sexual-identity or socio- economic status in the admission process or in any school administered programming.

Harmony Hill School is currently

credentialed as a Dual Diagnosis

Mental Health & Substance Use

Disorder Treatment Facility with Optum

Behavior Health for those insured

through RI Medicaid.

Our Program Includes…

•  A safe and inclusive environment for

youth to live, learn, and recover, to meet

their full potential

•  A Trauma Focused Dual Diagnosis

Substance Abuse Treatment Program

•  90 Day Program (Contingent upon on-

going insurance authorization)

•  Seeking Safety services provided in the

scope of The Recovery Model

•  12 weekly hours of Group Treatment

•  1 hour per week of Individual and

Family Therapy.

•  Masters level clinical therapy, including

individual and family work as

appropriate. Group Therapy conducted

by a Licensed Chemical Dependency

Professional (LCDP) and/or a Licensed

Independent Clinical Social Worker

(LICSW).

Licensed by (BHDDH), the Department

of Behavioral Healthcare,

Developmental Disabilities and

Hospitals, our new program provides

residential substance use disorder

services with a supportive, therapeutic,

and educational setting grounded in

Harmony Hill School’s trauma-informed

treatment model.

Residential Dual Diagnosis

Substance Use Disorder Services

For more information please contact our

Clinical Director:

Cheryl Raposa, LICSW

Craposa@hhs.org

Office: 401-949-0690 Ext: 3390

Fax: 401- 949-4412

Our Program Welcomes…

•  Adolescent Biological Males

•  Ages 13 to 18 years old

•  Youth who have a Dual Diagnosis

•  Students of all family structures and          

socioeconomic backgrounds

Additional Supportive Milieu Services

Include…

•  On-Site Comprehensive Educational

Services Accredited by the Rhode Island

Department of Education RIDE

•  Art Therapy & Equine Assisted Therapy

(EAGALA)

•  On-Site Challenge Course

•  Work-study program opportunities for

high-school students both on and off

campus

•  LGBTQ Support Groups - Transgender

Specific Consulting Clinician on staff