Rosemont School (Portland, Oregon)

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Rosemont Treatment Center and School
Address
Rosemont Treatment Center and School is located in Portland, Oregon
Rosemont Treatment Center and School
Rosemont Treatment Center and School
9911 SE Mt. Scott Blvd
Portland, Oregon, Multnomah County, 97266
United States
Coordinates 45°28′01″N 122°33′37″W / 45.467009°N 122.56039°W / 45.467009; -122.56039Coordinates: 45°28′01″N 122°33′37″W / 45.467009°N 122.56039°W / 45.467009; -122.56039
Information
Type Public
School district [Portland Public School District]
Grades 7-12[1]
Number of students 26[2]
Accreditation NAAS[2]
Website

Rosemont Treatment Center and School is a secure, residential treatment facility and school in Portland, Oregon, United States.

The school is administered by Morrison Child and Family Services.[3]

Rosemont Treatment Center and School is the largest residential treatment facility of its kind for adolescent girls in the Pacific Northwest. It is a 26-bed facility that contains a living unit, cafeteria, an accredited school, a library, a teen health clinic, an outdoor recreation field and a covered recreation area.

The primary treatment philosophy at Rosemont is Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). DBT utilizes both validation and behavior therapy/change techniques to reduce clients' problems. Rosemont serves adolescent females between the ages of 12 to 17. Many of these clients have experienced significant personal challenges including sexual and physical abuse, neglect, school failure, legal violations, self-endangerment, mental health issues and substance abuse or dependence.

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