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Organization: Genesis Residential Treatment Program  
Phone Numbers: 613-744-4693
Fax: 613-744-8556
Email: crown.hill@rogers.com
Website: genesistreatment.ca
Address:
2818 Bouvier Rd
Hammond, ON
K0A 2A0
Hours: Mon-Sun 24 hours
Contacts: Greg Simms - Director
613-744-1471
Chris Haut - Director
613-744-1471
Service Description: Residential treatment program * short and long-term residential treatment for boys and young men at four locations in the Ottawa area * using a behaviourally-based treatment of those with emotional, social or behavioural problems without limitation to specific profiles or exclusion * specialized treatment plans for each resident which will ensure their comfort, security, personal growth and optimal treatment gains * four separate programs

Achievement Program: Semi-independent living program for young men with a developmental delay * incorporates one staff to three young men * emphasis is on the learning of skills necessary for greater independence

Adaptive Daily Living and Semi Independent Living: Host family type programs and day program for adults with behavioral challenges, serves adults with a wide variety of needs, in a consistent structured manner, individualized day program with 100% supervision in various community-based programs, including exercise program, volunteering, job coaching, life skills, cooking, etc.

Treatment Unit for Boys: Residential treatment program that specializes in treating up to six boys with developmental delays and learning disabilities, utilizing individual behavioral programs to address the unique needs of each boy.

Fees: Program - daily per diem
Application: Clients generally referred by Children's Aid Society of Ottawa and Service Coordination (SCS) Ottawa
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Boys and men in need of residential care or extrememly high levels of supervision * Achievement Program: boys 15-19 years old * Semi Independent Living and Adaptive Daily Living: men 16 years and older * Treatment Unit: boys 8-16 years old
Age: 8.00 years and older
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Ottawa (City of) ; Eastern Ontario  
See Also: Housing and Residential Care for People with Mental Illness

This information was last completely updated on July 13, 2017

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