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Millcreek of Arkansas Millcreek of Arkansas

About Us

 

History


Millcreek of Arkansas was founded in 1988 in response to the overwhelming need for services for emotionally disturbed and developmentally disabled children and adolescents in Arkansas. Since that time, we have provided quality care for the children of Arkansas, serving  developmentally disabled children & adolescents in a 61 bed Intermediate Care Facility for the Mentally Retarded (ICF-MR) and severely emotionally disturbed children & adolescents in a 111 bed Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF).

Millcreek is an owned subsidiary of Acadia Healthcare, based in Franklin, TN. 

Mission Statement


Helping Children To Live Healthier, More Productive Lives. Millcreek is a premier provider of specially designed mental health care services for children and adolescents. We are a progressive organization with a unique emphasis on excellence in education and treatment. Our outstanding team instills family and community values, and meets the challenges of a changing world. The rewards of our work are reflected in the lives of the children we serve and the hearts of the people we touch.

Populations Served


Millcreek is a privately licensed Intermediate Care Facility for the Mentally Retarded (ICF/MR), Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) and Special Education School for child and adolescents age 6-21 years all over the state of Arkansas. 

Types of Programs


ICF/MR - This program serves children with mental retardation and emotional or behavioral disturbance.

PRTF - This program is a highly structured therapeutic environment for children and adolescents who are in need of long term, intensive services to effectively treat severe emotional and behavioral disturbances. Services are guided by a child and adolescents psychiatrist. Most individuals are referred following the receipt of outpatient treatment or stabilization in an acute care setting.

Accreditation / Licensure 


  • The Joint Commission                                        
  • Arkansas State Department of Education (Approved School) 
  • Office of Long Term Care
  • Department of Human Services
  • Division of Youth Services