Woodland Hills in Duluth, Minnesota, offers highly successful delinquency prevention, intervention and rehabilitation services for youth and their families from throughout the upper Midwest. Woodland Hills recognizes the potential that exists in all youth, and its mission is to instill values and build the assets in youth and their families so they may lead positive, successful lives.
Each year Woodland Hills serves over 1,100 children and their families with five programs that offer a continuum of care.
Neighborhood Youth Services, located in Duluth's Washington Center, is a free delinquency-prevention program for youth ages 6-17
Intensive Day Treatment is an intervention program for youth ages 10-17 operated at the Woodland Hills Academy
Chisholm House has expanded from its east Duluth location to the main campus to accommodate short-term residential programming for youth ages 12-18
Residential Treatment for youth ages 12-18 includes therapeutic interventions, individual counseling and a chemical dependency education, all of which are offered on the main campus
Community Transition helps late adolescent males & Females develop independent living skills while living in a semi-independant environment.