How do I get my son/daughter admitted?
How much does it cost?
Do you accept private insurance?
Do you provide transportation for youth admitted to a Nexus treatment site?
Transportation arrangements can be made by contacting your Admissions Coordinator
In many cases, Nexus will send a representative to meet your child and accompany
him/her to a Nexus treatment site.
Do you accept out-of-state admissions to Nexus treatment sites?
Yes. Contact your Admissions Coordinator
to discuss treatment options and determine
the best site for your child.
How long will my son/daughter be in treatment?
When your child arrives at a Nexus treatment site, he/she will be evaluated and
an individualized treatment plan created for him/her. As your child progresses through
treatment, that plan may be revised.
My child is in a Nexus foster care program. What can I expect?
The goal of all Nexus foster care programs is reunification with the family of origin when possible, and permanency planning when returning to home is not possible. Your social worker will determine what is best for your youth and family. Many times, foster families will work with a youth’s parents to build skills and communication techniques.
Will I be involved in my child's treatment?
Family participation is vital to your child's success. Nexus programs use individual,
group, and family therapy in treatment. You will meet with your child's therapist
to determine a meetings schedule.
Nexus Family Partnership Initiative here
Can I visit my child while he/she's in treatment?
Will my child attend school during treatment?
All Nexus locations offer an on-site, year-round, fully licensed school for youth
What will my child's life be like in treatment?
Each Nexus treatment location offers a unique, home-like setting. Students live,
eat, exercise, and go to school on campus. They build relationships with counselors,
teachers, and other students, and they attend individual, group, and family therapy
to face their unique challenges. Progress is tracked through stages and may continue
after treatment in a follow-up care program.
I'm interested in being a foster parent. How can I find out more?
What happens after treatment?
When your child completes Nexus treatment, we'll still be here to help. We provide
aftercare services including ongoing support, referrals to other treatment providers,
specialized foster care, and in-home counseling services, as needed.
Is there someone who can answer additional questions?