On behalf of myself, our expert staff, and all our partners; I want to thank you for choosing Meridell Achievement Center.
It is humbling to think of all the lives and families that have been positively impacted by this organization for over 60 years in business. We are always committed to giving quality, first class residential treatment to adolescents struggling with mental and behavioral health problems.
We offer a vast array of therapeutic services that will teach and delight our patients, from animal and farming care, equine therapy, music and art therapy, ropes course, and more. We provide each child with psychiatric and psychological testing by experts in their field, as well as tailor an individual treatment plan by Master level therapists and medical staff.
60 Years in business means we have treated a vast array of very complex issues. What has always remained the same is our commitment to treating the individual and offering a place of safety, healing and fun. We believe all these things are key to a child’s healthy growth and development.
Our Mission is to improve the quality of life for every child and family that we serve. We define “success” as quality care, service excellence, and healing. We believe this kind of success is built on 4 pillars that are valued by each of our team members – Safety, Attitude, Respect, and Integrity.
As you know, the world has seen a lot of changes over the last couple of years. Innovation, technology, and a pandemic has adjusted the way many of us look at healthcare. Meridell Achievement Center will always strive for the most up to date, evidence-based practices, but always rooted in the foundation of the relationships we build with the patients and their families.
I am so thankful and excited you have trusted Meridell Achievement Center as your provider for adolescent residential treatment. It is my goal to make sure every child and family that enters our gates has the best possible outcomes, and to continue excellence in care for another 60 years.
Thank you and God bless,
Chief Executive Officer