Calhoun County's EYES Program is a progressive, short-term behavioral treatment program for youth with delinquent behavior.
Youth stay for a minimum of 12 weeks, and can earn a week with appropriate behavior and improvement toward treatment goals.
Youth earn four home passes of increasing duration and two weeks of furlough to integrate newly acquired skills into life at home.
All residents work through tightly structured Rational Behavior Training (RBT), anger management, and substance abuse treatment, while receiving individual counseling tailored to his or her needs.
Parenting and family class is offered for all EYES residents and parents/guardians following the Strengthening Families Curriculum.