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Frequently asked questions about Youth Villages Inner Harbour Campus

April 28, 2010


The Youth Villages Inner Harbour Campus just outside Atlanta in Douglasville, Ga., is a residential treatment center in which young people are immersed in a series of activities that progressively challenge their social, emotional, mental, and physical resources in an ideal setting to help build upon their strengths and overcome life’s most difficult challenges.

Below are some frequently asked questions about Inner Harbour:

Is Inner Harbour licensed in Georgia?
Yes. Inner Harbour is licensed by the state of Georgia as a psychiatric residential teatment facility for children and youth ages 5-21.

How much does it cost to place a child at Inner Harbour?
Inner Harbour offers our quality-driven, cost-effective services at an all-inclusive daily rate. Prices vary based on programs. 



What payment options are available at Inner Harbour?
Our services are covered by most major medical insurances, including TRICARE; and in rare cases, families cover the costs. 



May I tour the facility?
Yes. Inner Harbour’s direct-care staff provides the majority of tours for parents, so please pre-arrange a tour with the Intake and Review Department. 



How can I learn more about Inner Harbour?
You can get more information about Inner Harbour by calling 770-852-6333. Inner Harbour’s Intake and Review representatives will answer any questions you have about our services.

Which insurance plans do you accept?
Inner Harbour accepts almost all insurance policies that have a benefit for residential treatment. Most of our insurance-funded admissions are covered by Magellan, TRICARE, United Behavioral Health, Cigna Behavioral Health and Value Options. Inner Harbour is a Medicaid-approved facility. 



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