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Residential Treatment

Helping children and families reach their goals and dreams.

The Behavior Treatment and Training Center (BTTC) is a short-term residential treatment program for children and adolescents ages 8-17 with diagnoses of intellectual and developmental disabilities (including autism) that exhibit challenging behaviors such as:

  •  Self-injurious behavior
  • Aggression toward other
  • Property destruction
  • Or other behaviors that puts their continued residence at home at risk

This short-term residential program assists families in maintaining their children in their family home and avoiding placement in long-term care residential facilities.

Our mission is helping children and their families improve their lives together.

Children’s Residential Treatment Services

  • Functional assessment of challenging behavior
  • Applied behavior analysis treatment.
  • Family involvement and training (on-site and in-home)
  • Licensed and Board-Certified Behavior Analysts works with individuals and families on targeted behaviors.
  • Coordinates with local IDD Authority (LIDDA) for admission and transition services.
  • Psychiatrist with extensive experience conduct psychiatric clinic on a regular basis.
  • Registered Nurse and Licensed Vocational Nurse provides health services.
  • Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional provides service coordination and monitoring.
Onsite Senior Manager and interdisciplinary team to ensure high quality of care.

Admission Process

BTTC is located in Richmond, Texas and serves children from any county in the state of Texas. Referrals to BTTC are coordinated by the LIDDA from the area the child resides.

Contact Information

For questions or more information please call (281) 239-1140 or email the following:


BTTC has admissions, resident care, and employment policies that promote diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging; and are non-discriminatory with regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, gender expression, or sexual identity.