Professional Resource Guide
Cromwell, CT 06416
Potter’s House, Isaiah House, Esther House
Our therapeutic group homes provide trauma-informed services and skill building to young women. Residents receive intensive psychiatric treatment for complex trauma within a developmental framework. Up to five girls ranging in age from 14 to 20 live in each home. The treatment plans are carefully tailored to meet the needs of each individual. The programs provide a transitional home for the girls as they move from acute inpatient or out-of-state care to successful community living.
Our highly trained staff provides ongoing consultation and collaboration with parents/guardians, courts, schools, mentors, vocational and Young Adult Transitional services to construct a wrap-around treatment approach to community-based living. The staff-to-client ratio allows for thoughtful individualized care plans to be implemented — both within the program and through diverse community-based activities — to help them as they transition to independence. Through evidence-based practices we are committed to fostering healthy self-esteem and positive interpersonal skills. Our philosophy of connection, versus correction, builds upon every girl’s unique strengths to help each one reach their potential.
For more information about Potters, Isaiah or Esther House, please contact Chief Operating Officer Sabrina Cameron, LCSW at (860) 635-6010 x343 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.