Providing additional care to those in need
Four Oaks provides treatment to children who need multiple services and a higher level of care, including residential treatment, foster care and special needs adoption.
Youth Shelter & Emergency
The Four Oaks Shelter Program provides emergency and temporary care and supervision to runaway, homeless, delinquent, and transitional adolescents. Referred youth—to both our Independence and Iowa City locations—may be victims of abuse, neglect, exploitation, or violence, and may also have difficulties controlling their behavior.
Qualified Residential Treatment (QRTP)
Children with serious emotional, behavioral, and mental health challenges deserve expert care and support. Our QRTP programs help youth develop positive self-concepts and social-emotional and problem-solving skills, while integrating the child with family treatment components.
Psychiatric Medical Institute for Children (PMIC)
Four Oaks runs four PMIC residential programs for children across the state of Iowa.
These programs serve children between the ages of 5 and 18 who have serious emotional, behavioral, and mental health conditions. The basic foundation of these programs is designed to help youth develop positive self-concepts as well as social and problem-solving skills, while integrating child and family treatment components.
How Can We Help?
Are looking for help for a child you love or maybe you want to find a way that you can help make a difference in your community. Whatever the case, we are thankful you are here. Please contact us and let us know how we can help.