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Barnes Pathfinder Lodge

VisionQuest’s Pathfinder Program, located in Burlington County, NJ, provides residential treatment services to both male and female youth between the ages of 12 and 18.  Regular programming includes individual therapy with licensed therapists, CBT based psycho-educational group therapy, substance abuse psycho-educational groups, family therapy, evidence-based Aggression Replacement Training (ART) and evidence-supported Sanctuary Model for Trauma Informed Care®. School is provided by the Burlington County Special Services School District year round. Youth also participate in equine and adventure experiences that include, but are not limited to, equine care, round pen training, trail rides, hiking trips, rock climbing, and biking. The Pathfinder Program is a Joint Commission accredited Behavioral Health program.

The Pathfinder program works to create well-balanced youth.  Different program components work to address personal setbacks, family dysfunction and communication, and strengthen each youth’s personal vision for his or her life.  The ultimate goal is to set each youth on a more positive path for his or her future. The NJ Community Alternative Homes are Joint Commission accredited Behavioral Health programs.

NJ Community Alternative Homes

VisionQuest’s Community Alternative Homes, located in Southern New Jersey, provide residential treatment services to both male and female youth between the ages of 13 and 18 in a small homelike suburban setting. Regular programming includes individual therapy with licensed therapists, CBT based psycho-educational group therapy, substance abuse psycho-educational groups, family therapy, evidence-based Aggression Replacement Training (ART) and evidence-supported Sanctuary Model for Trauma Informed Care®. Based upon the individual needs of the youth, education is provided at the local public school, local college/university, local vocational training facility, or by the Burlington County Special Services School District. Youth may also participate in equine and adventure experiences that include, but are not limited to, equine care, round pen training, trail rides, hiking trips, rock climbing, and biking.

The Community Alternative Homes work to create well-balanced youth.  Different program components work to address personal setbacks, family dysfunction and communication, and strengthen each youth’s personal vision for his or her life.  The ultimate goal is to set each youth on a more positive path for his or her future.