The dorm will provide state-of-the-art treatment for young adults with an expanded program in Washington, D.C.
Leading treatment community announces expansion of its washington d.c. location with new amenities
WASHINGTON, March 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The dormitorya young adult mental health treatment community that has been serving the needs of youth in the DMV area since 2018, announced the expansion of its washington d.c. location at Dupont Circle, which will open in April 2022. Located in the heart of the city, the new space will provide DC’s young adult population with a fresh and lively treatment experience with state-of-the-art clinical equipment. The move comes in response to increased pressure on local resources and growing demand for local mental health treatment.
“There is an urgent need for mental health resources for young adults, not only at home here in DC, but also across America.” noted Sarah HarteLICSW and Director of The Dorm, DC “We are proud to serve and welcome more young people to our community in the weeks ahead.”
The larger, newly renovated space integrates telehealth technology into the design of the building, offering clients and families the opportunity to experience enhanced virtual and hybrid treatment in an increasingly remote world. Its three floors dedicated to therapeutic facilities also include 14 clinical offices and two spacious common areas to encourage community development and socialization. Clients and families will have access to a modern chef’s kitchen for cooking groups and nutrition programming, a lighted movement studio for wellness and mindfulness modalities, and multiple learning labs and group rooms for study, creative arts, cognitive remediation, and more.
“Our team is thrilled to offer such a comprehensive and forward-thinking range of treatment options in this new location,” said Robert L. JohnsonMC, MCAP, CMHP, CST and Deputy Site Director at The Dorm, DC “We look forward to leaving a greater clinical footprint in the community and expanding our mission of promoting diversity, openness and safety for all clients seeking care.”
The dorm offers a full continuum of care with full day and evening services, supported living opportunities, and individualized life skills training for young adults looking to build independence.
For more information about the dorm, please visit https://thedorm.com/dc-new-home/.
About the dorm
Since 2009, our mission has been to guide young adults to independence through evidence-based clinical therapies, community support and life skills building. As a full-service treatment community with locations in New York CityNY and washington d.c., we offer a unique approach to caring for young adults that is both therapeutic and holistic. This includes comprehensive day and evening services with individual and group therapy, comprehensive academic support, independent living opportunities and individualized life skills training. Our holistic health and wellness services cover weekly mindfulness, meditation, yoga, nutrition and physical training. The dorm’s expert therapists and practitioners support the community with tailored treatment plans that meet them where they are today – virtually, at home, at school, or in the community. www.thedorm.com.
SOURCE The dormitory