Our Program

• Serve girls, ages 5-17 at the Intense or IPTP level of care
• We are a 66 bed facility
• Trauma based therapy is utilized
• Intense therapeutic services include weekly individual therapy, group therapy, and psychiatric support
• Direct care staff teach residents to practice basic social skills and hold them accountable
• Our girls receive on campus educational services through Prairie Harbor Alternative School, Brazos ISD and meet TEA requirements
• Girls who are 16 years-old or older, participate in the Preparation for Adult Living (PAL) program.

Our Services

Individual psychotherapy from licensed therapists to include range of therapeutic services such as:

• Psychological Evaluations
• Therapeutic Recreational Activities
• Normalcy Activities and Outings
• Clinical Case Management
• Medication Management
• Psychiatric Evaluations
• Life Skills Assessment and Planning
• CANS Assessments
• Treatment Planning
• Transitional Planning
• Onsite Health Care Services
• 24-hour Nursing and Medical Support
• Emergency Behavior Intervention
• 24-hour Direct Care Supervision
• Admission Assessments
• Diagnostic Assessments
• On-site Educational Services
• Serve/Serving children who require Intensive Psychiatric Treatment (IPTP) Services
• Stabilization Treatment Planning is only for IPTP children
• Treatment Planning/Reviews every 14-days for IPTP referrals
• Individual and group therapy twice per week for IPTP referrals

Services Offered

Maintain standards to ensure each resident is current of their psychological testing with the local Houston Testing Group, Psychological Associates.
Activities aimed at social awareness that seek to develop communication skills, critical thinking skills, and team building.
Activities and outings away from the residential treatment facility are designed to meet normalcy for each resident, so they can begin to re-acclimate to activities that are appropriate for adolescents their age and with their cognitive ability.
Our trained and experienced case managers are set up to assist and help with each residents legal team, ensuring all their needs are met on a daily basis for continued transition planning.
Continual review of medications are done by our contracted psychiatrist for each resident to assess the success of prescribed medications.
Psychiatric Evaluations are completed during the initial face to face visit between the child and the psychiatrist. Medication Management and Monitoring are completed bi-weekly.
CANS is tool used to support care planning and level of care decision-making, to facilitate quality improvement initiatives, and to allow for the monitoring of outcomes of services.
Ongoing treatment planning is conducted 30 days after admissions and every 90 days thereafter to ensure accuracy of treatment effectiveness and propensity towards therapeutic goals/discharge planning..
Residents at Prairie Harbor being and continue working on transitional planning towards adulthood.  These are goals and skills put into treatment and treatment planning while being individually focused on each resident.
Prairie Harbor offers a full time LVN, a Health Support Specialist, and trained staff to assist in onsite health care service.  Each resident is ensured medical, dental, and vision are completed and monthly health checks are complete.
Nursing and medical support is available 24-hours a day in case of emergencies so each resident is properly attended to.  We have a full time LVN to assist all medical needs of each resident.
All direct staff and administration is trained in Emergency Behavior Intervention to assist in the need of a crisis situation.  They are trained to assess the situation and how to attempt de-escalation.  There are time a resident may continue to poses an imminent threats to themselves and others.  Our staff are trained in CPI to ensure the safety of the resident and others, if needed.
Each resident is under  24-hour supervision by trained staff members.  The residents are under a supervision level that allows for close observation.  If risks are present, the residents can increase in their supervision levels to ensure their safety.
An assessment thoroughly describing circumstances that led to care, medical history, social history, behavioral history, psychological history, and educational history.  This is used to accurately develop treatment planning and goal setting as it relates to each individual resident.
An assessment done to highlight the strength and the need of each of our residents and ways we, as a facility, to meet the needs that are noted broken down into categories: physical, psychological, behavioral, family, social, and educational.
Residents attn. on-campus educational services through Brazos ISD in compliance to TEA guidelines.  If needed, they have access to credit recovery to assist in helping each resident gain the necessary coursework needed to be at grade level.
We complete the Casey Life Skills Assessments on all children who are 16+ as the first step towards completing PALS services.
    • IPTP (Intensive Psychiatric Transition Program) is a 60 day contract reserved for residents that require more intensive treatment and therapy.Stabilization Planning – An assessment for IPTP contracts to develop a historical perspective of the resident, strengths and needs, goals of therapy, and continual discharge planning towards the completion of their 60 days. Treatment Planning every 14-days – Ongoing treatment plans are conducted with the resident and their legal team to ensure the stability of the resident and if they are achieving their therapeutic goals Individual and group therapy twice per week – Intensive therapy is given for the duration of their contract to ensure stability and reduction of at-risk behaviors and acute hospitalization