Residential Child Caring Facility (RCCF)
What is a Residential Child Care Facility?
The Residential Child Care Facility Program works with males, ages 11 – 18, who are non-adjudicated, adjudicated, or committed. Our program strives to make improvements on drug and alcohol, gang, family, offense specific, mental health and/or delinquent issues through increased structure, individual treatment planning, skill building, and cognitive behavioral interventions.
A Residential Child Care Facility is a 24-hour residential facility where children and youth live together with, or are supervised by, adults other than their parents or relatives.
Heritage Home of Woodstock is set up to provide care in a family-like setting to help meet the needs of children
that are in crisis who must be away from their own home.