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The Learning Tree

Tallassee Residential School Campus

UPDATED: February 4, 2021

The Learning Tree offers a community-based residential option for children and adolescents, ages 6-21, that have significant behavior challenges. Their educational services are delivered in one of our community-based school campuses. Individualized instructional programs are provided in a nurturing, supportive environment using applied behavior analysis (ABA) principles. Our program provides each child 24-hour care in a homelike setting that is suited to their unique and special needs. Other services include vocational skill training, advanced medical services, applied behavior analysis, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, dietary services and more.

Residential programs are located in Jacksonville, Birmingham, Tallassee and Mobile, Alabama. Educational services are certified by the Alabama Department of Education. Homes are certified by Alabama Department of Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
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Address:

101 S. Dubois St.
Tallassee, AL 36078
United States

Website:

learning-tree.org

Phone:

(334) 252-0025

Email:

rheil-norris@learning-tree.org

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