Bucks County Residential Treatment Program Closing, With Nearly 60 Jobs Being Cut

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The center will close after years of aiding children with behavioral health issues.

A residential treatment program center in Bucks County will be closing their doors after decades of helping local youths. John George wrote about the program’s closure in the Philadelphia Business Journal.

The Warwick House, located at 1460 Meetinghouse Road in the Hartsville area near Warminster, will be closing its doors after filing a notice with the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry. Starting May 10, the closure could take between 60 to 74 days to complete.

Of the jobs being lost, there will be 29 youth and family counselors leaving, along with seven registered nurses, five primary therapists, four case managers and three housekeepers. The upper management of the center will also be affected by the upcoming closure.

The program center worked with children aged 5 to 14 who dealt with problems often associated with severe trauma, substance abuse exposure, and serious family stressors. Those currently being treated will be sent to other centers in and around the area.

Read more about the Warwick House in the Philadelphia Business Journal.


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