SafetyNet provides psychiatric residential
treatment services for adolescents age 10-18.
Our mission is to serve as an actual “safetynet” that
rescues youth from the consequences of self-
destructive behaviors. By using evidence based
therapeutic approaches within a multi-disciplinary treatment team, SafetyNet achieves results that last a lifetime.
SafetyNet's Director featured in Montgomery Living magazine. For access to the featured article in it's entirety, please click the folowing link: Montgomery Living Magazine
(Published with permission from Montgomery Living Magazine)
SafetyNet is a residential program that offers long-term treatment for youth ages 10 to 18 with ongoing behavioral, emotional and/or psychiatric needs. SafetyNet is designed to help youth develop trusting relationships, better understand their emotions and behaviors and develop coping skills. It is also a place for youth to learn respect and care for others, responsibility for past and present actions, and how to encourage others to do the same. Residents are primarily referred by local DHR offices across the state of Alabama. Other referral sources include the Multiple Needs Child Office or private paying individuals.
For a SafetyNet Brochure click on this link: SafetyNet Brochure