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Poor mental health can disrupt teens at home and at school, hindering development and straining relationships. We help kids and teens learn the skills they need to overcome behavioral and emotional challenges so they can live fuller, happier lives. 

Our team is made up of compassionate and experienced mental health professionals from a wide variety of disciplines. Our personalized approach treats not just the teen, but the entire family, restoring resiliency, courage and hope.

Conditions We Treat 

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Anger management
  • Grief, loss or abandonment
  • Drug or alcohol use
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Defiant behavior
  • Domestic violence
  • Self-mutilation
  • Sexual abuse or assault
  • Suicidal threats or attempts
  • Identity problems
  • Legal problems
  • Runaway episodes
  • School problems or truancy
  • Symptoms of psychosis

What to Expect 

We’re here for your child, no matter what they need help with. Our services are tailored to your child’s unique needs by a team of expert mental health professionals, including:

  • Psychiatrists
  • Clinical therapists
  • Registered nurses
  • Case managers
  • Teachers
  • Dietitians

Partial Hospitalization Program (Teens 13-17)

In the partial hospitalization program (PHP), your teen comes to the hospital five days a week for care. PHP is a highly-structured therapeutic program, requiring six hours a day of one or more of the following:

  • Adolescent peer groups and process groups
  • Individual and family therapy
  • Classroom time
  • Cooperative skills group

Through a personalized, family-centered approach, our team’s goal is to stabilize your family and prepare you for a successful transition into a less intensive level of care.

Intensive Outpatient Program (Teens 13-17)

Our intensive outpatient program (IOP) can help if your teen only needs a few hours of treatment a day, three times a week. IOP is geared to include the whole family with the following services:

  • Mental health track, for depression, suicidal thoughts, mood swings, ADHD, anger, anxiety and impulse control
  • Dual diagnosis, for teens suffering from both mental illness and substance abuse
  • SHIELD program, for teens struggling with self-injury
  • Multifamily therapy group, treating multiple families at the same time
  • Parent support group, where parents learn better ways to handle frustration, guilt, apathy and overwhelming feelings

Outpatient Therapy (Kids and Teens)

Outpatient therapy is available to both children and adolescents struggling with emotional challenges. Outpatient therapy can help your child whether they need an hourly visit once a week or more extensive therapy. 

Our team helps your child by focusing on symptom reduction and management, development of coping skills and ongoing support.