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- what charter schools are there?
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- What UT Charter School is not?
Annunciation Maternity Home (Georgetown, TX)
A free, full-service home for young women (grades 7-12) who are in crisis pregnancies.
Austin Oaks (Austin, TX)
A day treatment program that serves adolescents (grades 6-12) experiencing a serious behavioral disturbance or an inability to function at home or school.
Cedar Crest Hospital (Belton, Texas)
An inpatient program which is designed to stabilize immediate psychiatric needs for patients of all ages and their loved ones.
DePelchin-Richmond (Richmond, TX)
An inpatient facility that treats children and adolescents (grades K-8) who suffer from mental health conditions and behavioral problems.
George M. Kozmetsky (Restricted Location)
A K-12 campus housed in a shelter for families who are victims of domestic and/or sexual violence.
Georgetown Behavioral Health Center (Georgetown, TX)
A 118-bed acute care psychiatric hospital offering comprehensive mental healthcare programs and services for adults and teens. The facility provides 24-hour inpatient care for adolescents (ages 13-17) whose acute symptoms require a safe and therapeutic environment.
Helping Hand Home for Children (Austin, TX)
Provides a nurturing and therapeutic home for children (grades K-6) who have suffered severe abuse and neglect.
High Point (San Antonio, TX)
A day treatment program serving students (grades 1-12) with psychiatric, neuropsychiatric, sexual behavior and developmentally delayed issues.
Houston Behavioral (Houston, TX)
An acute care psychiatric hospital offering comprehensive mental healthcare programs and services for adults and teens. The facility provides 24-hour inpatient care for adolescents (ages 13-17) whose acute symptoms require a safe and therapeutic environment.
Laurel Ridge (San Antonio, TX)
A residential treatment and hospital facility serving students (grades K-12) with psychiatric, neuropsychiatric, sexual behavior and developmentally delayed issues.
Methodist Children’s Home (Waco, TX)
A non-profit childcare ministry that services adolescents
(grades 7-12) who are unable to live at home for various reasons.
Olympia Hills Gymnastics (Buda, TX)
A gymnastics program for students (grades 4-9) who are participating at the elite level in competitive gymnastics.
Pathfinders Camp (Driftwood, TX)
A therapeutic camp that services emotionally disturbed and learning-disabled boys (grades 5-12) lacking skills necessary for successful community living.
Pathways 3H (Mountain Home, TX)
A residential wilderness program for pre-adolescent and adolescent boys (grades 6-12) with behavioral difficulties who may otherwise be headed to incarceration or therapeutic lockup.
Settlement Home (Austin, TX)
A residential treatment center for girls (grades 6-12) who are in need of 24-hour therapeutic care.
Shoal Creek Hospital (Austin, TX)
A residential treatment and hospital facility serving students (grades K-12) who exhibit emotional and behavioral problems due to mental illness and/or substance abuse.
Texas NeuroRehab Center (Austin, TX)
A medical facility that serves students (grades K-12) with brain injury, neuro-behavioral issues, and/or who are considered medically fragile.
University High School Austin (Austin, TX)
An independent recovery high school that has the unique advantage of strategic collaborations with recovery, social service and higher education organizations in and around the Austin community. Its program components are founded on leading national research and best practices with teens and recovery.
University of Texas Elementary School (Austin, TX)
A research-based demonstration school in the heart of East Austin that serves urban students in grade levels pre-kindergarten through fifth.
Unlimited Visions Houston (Houston, TX)
A treatment program that meets the spiritual and physical needs of chemically dependent adults and adolescents on their journey of recovery. Established in 1996, Unlimited Visions Houston serves an average of 4,000 outpatient clients per year and has a residential program for adolescent boys.