Perimeter Behavioral of the Ozarks residential facility is a certified Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF), licensed by the State of Arkansas, and is accredited by the Joint Commission. Every aspect of the program is suited to meeting the needs of adolescent girls who have been impacted by trauma. Residents range in age from 6-18 and are referred from all over Arkansas, as well as other states around the country. Ozarks small size allows for a strong family-like culture that is shared among residents and staff.
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Perimeter Behavioral of the Ozarks
2466 S. 48th Street Suite B
Springdale, AR 72762
The residential program is a female only program (ages 7-17) that is licensed as a Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) by the state of Arkansas Department of Human Services and is accredited by The Joint Commission. Our model is based on the Journey program where residents earn privileges as they excel through the stages and work towards safely integrating back into their community.
We are in-network with most major insurances including, but not limited to: Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Beacon, Humana, Cigna, Tricare, and all PASSE plans.
Prior to seeking treatment, contact your insurance company to confirm coverage for behavioral health services to find out how much is covered each year. If you are unsure of your insurance mental health benefits, have an out-of-network plan, or are seeking a payment plan, our business office is happy to help. Our team will work with your out-of-network plan to attempt a single case agreement.
For assistance with financial verification, call 479.457.9857
The Journey Program is a comprehensive trauma treatment that incorporates a multi-disciplinary approach including mental health treatment, medication evaluation and management, nursing assessment and intervention, education, recreation, nutrition and dietary, and para-professional and case management services. The program takes a holistic approach to trauma treatment under the belief that trauma is both physical and psychological and mind and body must be addressed together in order to achieve recovery and healing. Clients working through the Journey Program have a long history of mental health and behavioral disturbance related to past abuse, neglect, violence, or other trauma that has not been successfully addressed with a more generalist behavioral treatment approach.
Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) is a therapeutic model that trains caregivers to provide effective support and treatment for at-risk children. Children and youth who are from hard places have often experienced complex developmental trauma, demonstrating an interactive set of psychological and behavioral issues.
TBRI is a holistic, attachment-based, evidence based, and trauma informed intervention that is designed to meet the complex needs of vulnerable children. The three principles of TBRI include: Empowering Principles (addressing the physical needs of the child), Connecting Principles (addressing the attachment needs of the child) and the Correcting Principles (addressing the fear-based behaviors of the child). We are very excited to provide TBRI to the communities we work with and help our children live a more healthy and positive life.
This place was very calming, the staff were very kind and they made me feel at home. I appreciate all the help that was given and being here was a great chance to get better.
The most rewarding part of her job is being on the front-line access of care to help guide patients to receive the help they need whether it is an admission to the hospital or setting them up with resources in the community. Helping them begin their journey to stable mental health is extremely rewarding. People are not coming to us because they had a bad day, they are coming to us because they need help. It is my job to ensure that happens.