Letter From The CEO
Located in downtown Nashville, TN, Hermitage Hall is one of the country’s largest full continuum service providers for youth who struggle with a variety of social, emotional and behavioral difficulties. Hermitage Hall is a residential treatment center specializing in serving children with a history of trauma, neglect, physical, and sexual abuse.
Since our inception, we have provided HOPE to our kids and their families, and we will never stray from our calling of freeing kids from the bondage and trauma of emotional and behavioral issues. Hermitage Hall is CARF-accredited residential treatment facility that specializes in treating children and teens. Our trauma-informed approach to treatment allows us to give special attention to youth who battle long-term trauma from violence, sexual abuse and trafficking, neglect, and other forms of physical and emotional turmoil. We provide an environment that promotes healthy relationships, trust, and consistency. By providing a supportive and nurturing environment, we can encourage the development of healthy behaviors, self-esteem, self-reliance, and continued stability for today and for the future.
My vision is to be able to reach and serve more youths and their families with additional service lines, increased capacity at Hermitage Hall, an improved facility, and the collaboration on strategic partnerships which will allow us to serve more families and, ultimately, save more lives.
Our staff, therapists, and leadership team are committed to bringing HOPE to those who need it today, but more importantly, bring HOPE to future generations. We are committed to creating a better future for our kids and their families. Join me on this journey as we create a better future for our children.
Dr. Joe Fote, PhD, MBA, LSSBB
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