Youth Development

Campagna Academy, Inc.

  • Schererville, IN
  • www.campagnaacademy.org

Mission Statement

Restoring Hope and Build Dreams

Main Programs

  1. PSYCHIATRIC RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FACILITY (PRTF)
  2. PRIVATE SECURE RESIDENTIAL
  3. OPEN RESIDENTIAL
  4. INTELLECTUAL & DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (IDD) RESIDENTIAL
  5. THERAPEUTIC FOSTER CARE
  6. SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAM
  7. THERAPEUTIC DAY TREATMENT:
Service Areas

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Indiana

Indiana and Illinois (Chicago Area)

ruling year

1949

CEO

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Elena Dwyre

Keywords

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Campagna, children, education, social services, youth

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EIN

35-1068483

 Number

4821444175

Physical Address

7403 Cline Avenue

Schererville, 46375

Also Known As

Hoosier Boys' Town

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (O01)

Group Home, Residential Treatment Facility - Mental Health Related (F33)

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (F01)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

Programs + Results

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Overview

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Lasting behavioral change happens only in the context of meaningful relationships. Respect is the underlying value in life-respect for self, for others, and for our world. Respect can be taught and modeled by all staff at all times. Every moment is a learning opportunity for both staff and residents.  Every interaction has the potential to be therapeutic. Families are made up of varying constellations of children and adults and hold great potential for providing and nurturing and grounding that each individual needs. Emotions are an important part of our humanity and need honest recognition and appropriate expression. Individuals can learn to be proactive in choosing and mature in accepting the natural consequences of our choices.

Programs

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What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

Program 1

PSYCHIATRIC RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FACILITY (PRTF)

Our Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF), located in the Hope Center is a secure facility for males and females in need of intensive therapeutic treatment. Our PRTF has room for 48 kids that typically fall in the 12-18 age range. PRTF is designed to serve youth with severe emotional, behavioral, and psychological problems that need a highly structured therapeutic environment. Children often come to us suffering from stress, aggression towards themself or others, anxiety and defiant behavior. Our PRTF is designed to help the child step down to a less structured treatment plan. Families with Indiana Medicaid can now refer their children for treatment without court involvement.

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PRIVATE SECURE RESIDENTIAL

Campagna Academy is proud to offer private secure care for young men and women with its 48 bed residence. This state-of-the-art treatment facility resembles an on-campus dorm and includes four on-site classrooms, computer lab, family visitation rooms, fitness center, and therapists’ offices. Campagna Academy provides treatment with individual, family and group therapy, individualized on-site education, social skills, substance abuse treatment, anger management training, plus other psycho-educational programs. Residents receive psychiatric services as needed and are continually reassessed for readiness to move to less restrictive living.

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OPEN RESIDENTIAL

For over 60 years, our open residential program has been at the heart of what we do. Our life-changing services include: MA level therapists, individualized strength-based treatment plans, step-down living arrangements, individual and family therapy, psycho-educational groups, substance abuse treatment, vocational assessment, independent living skills, on-campus employment, off-campus employment, psychiatric services, and therapeutic recreational programs.

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INTELLECTUAL & DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (IDD) RESIDENTIAL

Campagna Academy’s IDD Program provides highly individualized, structured 24-hour clinical, educational and psychiatric care for adolescents with a Full Scale IQ ranging from 50 to 65 with behavior disorders and who are dually diagnosed with moderate to severe emotional issues and cognitive limitations that challenge both traditional and specialized therapeutic residential treatment. Services are designed and staffed to address a wide range of psychiatric and behavioral diagnoses, while accounting for intellectual and developmental limitations that can often disrupt traditional treatment efforts. Campagna Academy utilizes highly individualized, carefully sequenced and closely monitored applied behavior modification systems.

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THERAPEUTIC FOSTER CARE

As a part of our full continuum of care, Campagna Academy employs a full-time Family Support Team (FST) custom tailored for each child. Family concept is taught through experienced and appropriate role models. Individualized solution-focused therapy services are provided by a licensed, MA level therapist. Services include intensive case management, family counseling, IDL skills, respite care, 24 hour crisis intervention, family reunification, and aftercare services. Treatment goal is permanency.

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Program 6

SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAM

Offers several therapeutic levels of care and is available to clients of Campagna as well as the public in an outpatient setting. Each programmatic level employs a number of treatment modalities which include individual, group, and family sessions, as well as psycho-education and experiential therapies. Foundations can adapt to changes that occur during treatment by allowing the youth to move up or down in intensity depending on the progress within treatment or issues that arise. In addition, Foundations can accommodate youth who have both mental health and addiction problems and will receive treatment that addresses both challenges. Campagna Academy’s goal is to support the adolescent in laying the foundation for a functional life free from substances and equip them with the tools to manage their addiction.

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THERAPEUTIC DAY TREATMENT:

Therapeutic Day Treatment, or TDT, is a comprehensive integration of academic and clinical programs that serve middle and high school age youth in Lake County ages 11-19. The goal of TDT is to stabilize a child’s behavior in a structured behavioral management environment so that he or she can remain with their family and return to school better able to succeed academically and emotionally. Our program includes door to door transportation, specialized educational service including live instruction by a Certified Licensed Teacher, credit recovery curriculum TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion), individual and group counseling, social skills development and individualized transition plans. Each student will remain part of their community school and will transition
back to their community school when they complete the TDT program.

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Service Areas

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Indiana

Indiana and Illinois (Chicago Area)

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CAMPAGNA ACADEMY INC
Fiscal year: Jan 01-Dec 31
Yes, financials were audited by an independent accountant.

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Operations

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Campagna Academy, Inc.

Leadership

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CEO

Elena Dwyre

BIO

Ms. Dwyre has been the Chief Executive Officer of Campagna Academy since the fall of 2011, after serving as the Chief Operation Officer since April 2010. Prior to joining Campagna Academy Inc., Ms. Dwyre was Regional Vice President with The Providence Network, a community based social service provider. Ms. Dwyre has served the organization in several leadership roles for over 10 years. With more than 15 years in the human services field, Ms. Dwyre's background includes extensive experience implementing and overseeing operations in children's mental health, therapeutic foster care, I/DD waiver services, and home-based services across several states with for-profit and non-profit social service companies. Ms. Dwyre received a bachelor's degree in psychology from Purdue University and a master's degree in Social Work from Indiana University.

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Mr. Karl Stanley

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