The Children’s Transitional homes (previously Stockton Crisis Homes) Bridgeton, Monique and Princeton are each licensed to serve two children. The Bridgeton home has a third bed designated for short term transitional services.

The Children’s Transitional homes are designed to serve developmentally disabled children ages 6-18, that have exhausted community residential supports ; have emergent need for stabilization of behaviors or a need to be deflected from inpatient psychiatric treatment.

The Children’s Transitional homes treatment team provides assessment and clinical treatment. The team is comprised of a Psychiatrist, Social Worker/QMRP, Program Director/Administrator, Recreational Therapist as well as University of the Pacific Psychology Department-Behavioral Consultant and interns. Stockton Unified School District provides educational services based on a home instruction model that gradually moves toward school based services.

The facility provides a 1:1 staffing ratio 16 hours daily, and a 1:2 ratio during sleeping hours. If a child has nocturnal behavioral issues, 1:1 ratio staffing can be provided.

The Children’s Transitional homes treatment team provides assessment and clinical treatment. The team is comprised of a Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Social Worker, QMRP, as well as University of the Pacific Psychology interns and a Pediatric Physician. Stockton Unified School District provides educational services based on a home instruction model that gradually moves toward school based services.