The Board of Child Care’s Campolina Way group homes are licensed behavioral health, level III children’s facilities located in Martinsburg, West Virginia. Services at Campolina Way are designed to help youth who are at a critical and vulnerable time of their lives. By overcoming emotional, psychological, educational, and behavioral issues, the ultimate goal is to help youth achieve family reunification, adoption, or transition to independent living and adulthood.
The homes in Martinsburg currently have a capacity of 15. There are two homes for boys, housing five each, and one girls home, housing five girls.
The program provides residential treatment services and academic and therapeutic support to male and female youth, ages 12 to 21, who have co-existing mental/behavioral health and intellectual or developmental disability diagnoses. Each of the three campus houses, built to specifically serve each gender, contain five bedrooms, four bathrooms, an open concept kitchen/dining/living area, a laundry room, and recreation and game rooms.
The small, group home setting allows residents to receive therapeutic and supportive experiences that are individualized and crafted to their personal strengths and interests. Each resident participates in family-style activities like preparing meals and doing chores, as well as individual lessons such as menu planning, grocery shopping, budgeting, laundry, and making healthy eating choices.
Residents also enjoy more traditional recreational activities such as going to the movies, miniature golfing, playing basketball, passing a football, hiking, or swimming in local pools.
Youth at Campolina Way attend school on BCC’s Martinsburg, WV Campus just a few minutes down the road. Board of Child Care believes that academic success serves as a strong therapeutic intervention. Therefore, we work in close collaboration with the school staff to advocate when necessary for additional assessments and classroom accommodations.
Campolina Way Admissions:
Victoria Brooks, LGSW