Harmony Hill School provides clinically informed specialized programming and services to individuals with social, emotional, behavioral and learning needs in safe campus and community environments. Professional staff builds on identified strengths, offering individuals and families the opportunity to realize their potential by validating experiences and facilitating healing.
The entire community supports and upholds the agency’s mission while striving to meet the individual needs of our clients and communities, to follow evidence-based practices in the field, and to address the changing political and social challenges of the future.
Children, adolescents and families deserve the opportunity to learn and grow in a safe, respectful environment.
All members of the treatment team, including the child/adolescent, family, professional staff and outside parties, learn from each other through collaborative partnerships.
Since 1976, Harmony Hill School, Inc. has been providing high-quality treatment and education to children, adolescents and their families in safe, predictable environments. Continually evolving to follow evidence-based practices and to meet individual and community needs, we remain committed to our mission to serve individuals with social, emotional, behavioral and learning challenges. Failure is not an option: attention, support, coaching and specific individualized intervention from clinicians, teachers and milieu staff help our clients reach their goals throughout all disciplines.
Nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA) since 2001, our consumers can be assured of our commitment to high standards in both treatment and organizational practices.
RI Department for Children, Youth and Families (DCYF) licenses our residential programs, and we hold a Private and Special Education license from the RI Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for grades K – 12.
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Harmony Hill School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, sexual-identity or socio-economic status in the admission process or in any school administered programming.