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Aurora Behavioral Health Specialized Needs Unit

Service Type: Specialized Inpatient Unit

Offers a special needs behavioral health unit for children and adolescents with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Address:
6015 W. Peoria Ave.
Glendale, AZ 85302

More Information:
877-870-7012
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Bradley Hospital-Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities (CADD)

Service Type: Specialized Inpatient Unit

Highly specialized clinical services for children and adolescents between 2 and 18 who show signs of serious emotional and behavioral problems in addition to a developmental disability.

Address:
1011 Veterans Memorial Parkway
East Providence, RI 02915

More Information:
1-855-453-5465
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C.M. Mott Children’s Hospital

Service Type: Specialized Inpatient Unit

Facility sees DD patients on the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Unit.

Address:
1540 East Hospital Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109

More Information:
734-647-0988
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Cambridge Health AllianceNeurodevelopmental Disorders Unit (NDU)

Service Type: Specialized Inpatient Unit

Specialty service for children and youth with a primary diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability, or a related neurodevelopmental disorder, who are also experiencing serious behavioral or mental health challenges that have not responded to other levels of care.

Address:
33 Tower Street
Somerville, MI 02143

More Information:
617-665-1372
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Children’s Hospital Colorado Neuropsychiatric Special Care Unit

Service Type: Specialized Inpatient Unit

Treats children and adolescents with an intellectual or developmental disability, who are experiencing a behavioral or mental health crisis.

Address:
13123 East 16th Avenue
Aurora, CO 80045

More Information:
720-777-6200
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Cincinnati Children’s- Kelly O’Leary Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder

Service Type: Specialized Inpatient Unit

Provides specialized diagnostic, consultative, and short-term treatment options when your child is diagnosed with ASD.

Address:
3430 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45229

More Information:
513-636-4611
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Foundations Behavioral Health The Autism Spectrum Disorders and Neurodevelopmental Inpatient Psychiatric Hospital

Service Type: Specialized Inpatient Unit

Delivers acute care to children and adolescents ages 5 and older identified as having an ASD and/or related disability with co-morbid psychiatric conditions.

Address:
833 East Butler Avenue
Doylestown, PA 18901

More Information:
215-345-0444
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Hospital for Special Care-Autism Inpatient Care

Service Type: Specialized Inpatient Unit

Designed to care for individuals who are displaying severe and treatment-resistant behavioral disorders, or have experienced a decline in their usual level of psychiatric functioning.

Address:
2150 Corbin Avenue
New Britain, CT 06053

More Information:
860-827-4841
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Kallen K. Hull DMD

Address:
274 Main Street
Reading, MA 01867

Kennedy Krieger InstituteNeurobehavioral Unit (NBU)

Service Type: Specialized Inpatient Unit

16 bed inpatient unit dedicated to the assessment and treatment of children and young adults with severe and treatmentresistant behavior disorders and DDs.

Address:
707 North Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21205

More Information:
443-923-2798
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Laurel Heights- Acute Inpatient Psychiatric

Service Type: Specialized Inpatient Unit

Some of the patients who receive psychiatric care at our facility present with comorbid Autism Spectrum Disorder or other neurodevelopmental disorders, and our highly trained staff are uniquely qualified to help these patients get the compassionate, comprehensive care they need.

Address:
934 Briarcliff Rd. NE
Atlanta, GA 30306

More Information:
404-888-5475
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Lighthouse Complex Care of Delaware

We guide patients with complex neurological, immunological, genetic, and metabolic issues to optimal health by providing comprehensive, individualized medical care. At Lighthouse Complex Care each of our providers has come into the world of the medical treatment of autism in a very personal way. As professionals, we supported the mainstream view of limited treatments and interventions available for autism and it’s cousins, ADHD, sensory issues, and others. Those options seemed adequate . . . until our own children started to have complex issues. We have experienced firsthand the feelings of powerlessness, frustration, and uncertainty that come with a complex diagnosis like ASD. We were plunged into the world many parents find themselves in, trying to find the root causes of heartbreaking symptoms and searching for safe, effective treatments that improve health and quality of life. In our practice, we see these interconnected issues in the digestive system, the immune system, the neurological system, in a person’s genetics, in their metabolism, and how their body processes toxins it encounters. In addition, each child has different needs in each of these areas or only a handful of them. Treatment has to be incredibly individualized and requires a broad range of knowledge and a high-level understanding of the interplay between systems. Our model is collaborative, bringing together providers with different specialties to share their expertise. Our approach is a unique, systematic method of investigation, testing, and research that allows us to develop an individualized plan for your child. We use the best of mainstream medicine and less traditional, but effective modalities to maximize results with the goal of improved quality of life always in mind. In both our professional and private lives, we have developed deep knowledge about the root causes of many autism-related symptoms including (but not limited to) speech and developmental delays, sensory sensitivities, aggression, and gastrointestinal issues like chronic constipation and food sensitivities. We have extensive knowledge about treatments for diagnoses from autism and other conditions that can look like autism or happen concurrently including PANS/PANDAS, autoimmune encephalitis, and others. We have seen incredible results in our own children and in the children we see in our practice. Our mission is to bring the knowledge and passion we have gained into one practice to support other parents on the same journey. We chose the name lighthouse because we have been on the rough waters of difficult symptoms, of sleepless nights, of fearing for our child’s future. We understand what parents are going through and we have the tools, expertise, and personal experience to provide the care you need and to listen compassionately. Like a light in the dark, we want to provide not just guidance to get through the storm. we want you to know there is hope.

Address:
2500 Grubb Rd, Ste 123
Wilmington, Delaware 19810

Marcus Autism Center

Service Type: Specialized Autism Centers

As one of the largest autism centers in the U.S., Marcus Autism Center offers families access to the latest research, comprehensive testing and science-based treatments.

Address:
1920 Briarcliff Road
Atlanta, GA 30329

More Information:
404-785-9400
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Nationwide Children's Behavioral Health Pavilion

Service Type: Specialized Inpatient Unit

Not specific to ASD or IDD, but will help any child in crisis.

Address:
444 Butterfly Gardens Drive
Columbus, OH 43215

More Information:
614-722-2000
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RiverValley Behavioral HealthShort-Term Autism Treament and Evaluation Program (STATE)

Service Type: Specialized Inpatient Unit

Inpatient care for children and adolescents diagnosed with ASD.

Address:
1000 Industrial Drive
Owensboro, KY 42301

More Information:
270-689-6879
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Sagamore Children’s Psychiatric Center- The Intensive Treatment for Children with Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (ICAN)

Service Type: Specialized Inpatient Unit

Treats people ages 10-18. This program gives children with co-occurring neurodevelopmental disorders a high level of structure, consistency, and predictability.

Address:
197 Half Hollow Road
Dix Hills, NY 11746

More Information:
631-370-1700
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Seattle Children’s Hospital, Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Unit, Biobehavioral Inpatient Program

Service Type: Specialized Inpatient Unit

Specialized inpatient program serving youth ages 4-17 with severe intellectual and developmental disabilities with mental and behavioral health concerns, housed within the larger inpatient psychiatry unit.

Address:
4800 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105

More Information:
206-987-2000
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StoneCrest Center- Mental Illness/Developmental Disability Program (MIDD)

Service Type: Specialized Inpatient Unit

133-bed psychiatric treatment center for adolescents, adults, and seniors who are in need of specialized behavioral healthcare services.

Address:
15000 Gratiot Avenue
Detroit, MI 48205

More Information:
855-585-2921
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Streamwood Hospital- Behavior Intervention Unit

Service Type: Specialized Inpatient Unit

Dedicated to providing evidence based treatment to children and adolescents (4-17 years), diagnosed with ASD.

Address:
1400 East Irving Park Road
Streamwood, IL 60107

More Information:
630-837-9000
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University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Western Psychiatric Hospital- Specialized Inpatient Services for Children and Adolescents

A specialized inpatient unit available for children and adolescents having acute behavioral and emotional problems, and who have ASD, intellectual disabilities, and other DDs.

Address:
200 Lothrop Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

More Information:
412-624-1000
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