OverviewClinic & Center Description:
Pearl Street Center is a Children’s Long-term Inpatient Program (CLIP) in Washington state. It provides residential treatment to youth with significant psychiatric impairment. Pearl serves boys and girls ages 12-17, with most youth staying six to twelve months.
CHILDREN’S LONG-TERM INPATIENT (CLIP)
CLIP is the most intensive inpatient psychiatric treatment available to WA State residents, ages 5-18 years of age. The program is a secure and highly structured setting designed to assess, treat and stabilize youth diagnosed with psychiatric and behavioral disorders. Individualized treatment is provided through the use of evidenced based practices designed to increase the youth’s skills and adaptive functioning with a focus on reintegration back into a community.Languages:
- Group Therapy
- Individual Therapy
- Psychiatric Beds
AvailabilityCurrently Accepting Clients: YesIntake Process:
Pearl services are accessed through application and approval by the local Behavioral Health Organization and Washington State Children’s Long-term Inpatient Program (CLIP) Administration.
CLIP INTAKE PROCESS:
Families should contact the local CLIP liaison to determine eligibility. Who your CLIP liaison is depends on your location and insurance. To find the contact information for your CLIP liaison visit http://clipadministration.org/Contacts/contacts.html and click on your child's health plan to see the correct liaison to call.
Once you contact your liaison and explain your child's situation they will help you and any local providers you're working with to explore options for placement in a CLIP location.
If you’re having trouble connecting with a liaison you can call 206-588-2985 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for questionsADA Accessible: NoNear Public Transportation?: YesTeletherapy:
Closest Bus/Train Stop:
12th St S & Adams St
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