Residential Facilities

Residential Building

Residential Building

Our new, state-of-the-art residential facility sits among the pastoral, rolling hills of northcentral Kansas, providing a peaceful, natural setting to support healing.

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Chapel

Chapel

Spirituality involves a personal search for meaning, for connection with others, and for an experience with a Power greater than us.

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Recreation

Recreation

Outdoor and recreational activities stimulate positive self-image and enhance the social skills young people need to interact successfully with others.

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Residential Building

Completed in 2015 - and designed with Therapy in Christ in mind - our new state-of-the-art residential treatment facility is a “sanctuary environment” that sustains and nurtures the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of each child within its walls.

The 42-bed building also features innovative space and safety designs, a medical and therapeutic infrastructure, and private and communal meeting spaces – all generously lit by warm, natural light and anchored by a central meditation space.

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PRTF | Chapel

Chapel

Therapy in Christ, the spiritual component of our highly successful treatment programs, is integral to our holistic approach to healing the spirit, mind, and body. It is founded upon four principles:

  • Unconditional love
  • Forgiveness as the greatest instrument of transformation
  • Honesty and frankness in facing the consequences of one’s actions
  • Starting and ending each day with God

Saint Francis Community Services believes that spirituality is a key component to achieving balance in life. Our commitment to this concept is reflected in St. Onesimus Chapel, which sits on the grounds and where the youth may attend Holy Eucharist, celebrated by the Chaplain, several times a week. Our new facility also features a meditation space for private prayer and reflection.


Campus Features

The Residential Treatment Facility offers a variety of recreational activities to help maintain the children’s engagement in their treatment. A Recreation Specialist coordinates activities, with special attention to the physical, social, recreational, and emotional needs of each youth.

Activities include, but are not limited to:

  • Arts and crafts
  • Gymnasium and indoor exercise/sports
  • Outdoor sports
  • Swimming
  • Hiking
  • Fishing
  • Horseback riding
  • Movement exercises
  • Bicycle riding
  • Ropes course
  • Cardiovascular conditioning
  • Library services
  • Gardening
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ropes course

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