Intensive Day Treatment (IDT)
Intensive Day Treatment has been offered at Rockland BOCES for more than 20 years. The program was designed to support students in grades K-12 during a time of crisis or re-entry into the community, easing them back into the routine and reality of everyday life. IDT is offered year-round.
The program, a collaboration between Rockland BOCES and the Rockland Children’s Psychiatric Center, is designed to stabilize the student and allow him/her to successfully return to school. More than 2,000 students have benefited from this service to date.
Elementary IDT @ Hilltop School
Both school and mental health issues are focused on in this six-week program for classified and non-classified students in grades K-5 who are experiencing an acute crisis. A team consisting of a teacher, teaching assistant, psychiatric social worker and psychiatrist supports students and families.
- Elementary IDT Email Brochure (PDF)
- Elementary IDT Trifold (PDF)
Middle & High School IDT @ BOCES Main Campus
This program serves classified and non-classified students in grades 6-12 who are in need of short-term mental health and educational support. Within four weeks, students are transitioned back to school.
- Rockland IDT Email Brochure (PDF)
- Rockland IDT Trifold (PDF)
Intake Forms for Parents and Students
- Information Needed for Intake (PDF)
- IDT Family History Form (PDF)
- Student Emergency Contact Form (PDF)
- Parent Questionnaire (PDF)
- Elementary Student Questionnaire (PDF)
- Middle/High School Student Treatment Goals (PDF)
- Technology Acceptable Use Policy (PDF)
Forms for School Districts
- Elementary IDT Referral Form (PDF)
- Rockland IDT Referral Form (PDF)
- Supporting Information Needed for Intake (PDF)
- Educational Component Update (PDF)
- Elementary Weekly Tracking Sheet (PDF)
- School Liaison Questionnaire (PDF)
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