Persistent, pervasive dysfunction in two or more of the following areas: Child has committed a sexual offense that has been found true by an official investigation by the Department of Human Services or the Arkansas State Police Child has committed an offense involving the usage of power, threat, coercion, control, or intimidation Child has committed an offense in which there was at least a three 3 year age difference between the offender and his or her victim Child has a documented pattern for deviant sexualized behavior, sexual misconduct, or sexually maladaptive behaviors as indicated by the psychosexual assessment DSM-IV diagnosis indicating a moderate to severe mental health disorder including the duration and persistence as specified in each DSM-IV diagnosis. Intellectual capacity to effectively participate, and benefit from, the treatment program. Sexually maladaptive behavior risk level of moderate to high based upon results of the psychosocial assessment. Our multidisciplinary team understands that in order to prevent complications and to best allow your child to build the future he or she wants, we must treat both disorders as the primary concern. The following criteria allow us to determine which children and teens will most benefit from our services: Each child who comes to us for help is treated as an individual who has unique needs and life experiences, and we base our treatment upon his or her present and future needs. To be admitted into our program, one of the following must be met: Child may have intellectual function below 70 if thought that resident may benefit from the program and meets self-care needs. The highly-structured program we offer provides a nurturing environment in which our clients learn and use appropriate coping skills, management of behaviors, and tools to prevent relapse. These tools are intended to assist our residents as they successfully complete the program at Piney Ridge Center and learn ways to reintegrate back into their home and community. We achieve this goal by using a level-based program that requires our residents to take responsibility both for the behaviors associated with their mental health condition as well as those that stem from problematic sexual behaviors.