WAY.POINTE noun \ˈwāˌpȯint \: A point on a journey where a traveler can refocus and change course
Waypointe is a premier residential treatment and transition program designed for men ages 18-26 who are experiencing challenges with becoming self-sufficient and finding their purpose while struggling with mental illness or co-occurring disorders.
Strategically and conveniently located at the midway point between New York City and Philadelphia in an upscale suburban setting, Waypointe provides highly individualized care and attention, exceptional clinical treatment, social engagement, educational development, and vocational training in a comfortable residential environment. Our program helps young men find their way, explore their talents, and launch successfully into a more meaningful and productive future.
Waypointe serves as an opportunity for the emerging adult man to get refocused and chart a new, more purposeful course for his life.
Our individualized approach to treatment and transition lends itself to a flexible length of stay and our five-phase treatment plan can be adjusted to compensate for the unique needs of each young man in our program. We also encourage Waypointe participants to pursue their own strengths and interests in the course of treatment, allowing them to truly develop as an individual.
Our program design focuses on four primary domains:
• Mental health treatment
• Education and vocational guidance
• Psychosocial integration
• Health, nutrition, and wellness
We treat each individual as a whole to promote long-term healing and recovery.
We aggressively pursue three primary outcomes for our participants: emotional well-being, social engagement, and personal productivity. With a sharp focus on "real life" transitional skill development and the cultivation of skills in a real-world and community-integrated home environment, Waypointe is uniquely equipped to guide and mentor each young man into new levels of independence.