Programs

Children/Adolescent

We offer inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for pediatrics ages 5-12 and adolescents ages 13-17.

Adults

We specialize in the treatment of mental health, chemical dependency, and detoxification treatment options for adults.

Continuum of Care

Outpatient Programs provide therapeutic support five days a week and offer patients an opportunity to receive continued support and education in recovery. 

Children/Adolescents

Many children and adolescents experience emotional and behavioral issues which can interfere with their normal development and daily life activities. These problems can surface within the home, school, and social environments resulting in traumatic stressors for the child and their family. 

Inpatient Treatment

  • Group, Individual, and Family Therapy
  • Therapeutic Interventions Utilizing Evidenced-Based Approaches
  • Medication management by a Board-Certified Psychiatrist
  • Individualized Discharge Planning
  • Detailed After-Care Plan with continuum of care
  • Access to Family Communications Specialist

Outpatient Treatment

  • 3-4 Hours Daily Group Therapy
  • Individualized Case Management
  • Weekly Medication Management by a Board-Certified Psychiatrist (PHP)
  • Discharge Planning with Continuum of Care

Individualized instruction in core academics is provided for grades K-12.

Warning Signs to Seek Treatment

If one or more of these signs persist, please seek assistance today.


  • Feeling sad or withdrawn for more than two weeks.
  • Trying to harm or kill oneself or making plans to do so.
  • Out-of-control behaviors that cause harm to self or others.
  • Sudden overwhelming fear for no reason.
  • Significant weight loss or gain.
  • Severe mood swings that cause problems in school or with relationships.
  • Repeated use of drugs and/or alcohol.
  • Drastic changes in behavior, personality, or sleeping habits.
  • Extreme difficulty concentrating.

Adults

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, "1 in every 5 American adults experience a mental illness." We can assist adults with multiple treatment options.

Inpatient Treatment

  • Rapid Stabilization and Effective Transition Home and/or Back to Community
  • Group, Individual, and Family Therapy
  • Therapeutic Interventions Utilizing Evidenced-Based Approaches
  • Expressive and Recreational Therapy Groups
  • Medication management by a Board-Certified Psychiatrist
  • Individualized Discharge Planning
  • Detailed After-Care Plan with continuum of care
  • Relapse Prevention Planning

Outpatient Treatment

  • 3-4 Hours Daily Group Therapy
  • Weekly Medication Management by a Board-Certified Psychiatrist (PHP)
  • Discharge Planning with Continuum of Care
  • Vocational Rehabilitation 
  • Weekly In-House AA Meetings
  • Monthly Alumni Dinner

Several time frames are available for adult outpatient treatment including morning and evening groups.

Commonly Treated Diagnosis

We treat adults going through many mental health and chemical dependency challenges. 


Some of the most commonly treated diagnosis are:


  • Depression/Anxiety
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Psychosis/Schizophrenia
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Personality Disorders
  • Detoxification
  • Substance-Related Disorders with Pschiatric Symptoms

Continuum of Care

Outpatient treatment programs are provided for all age ranges to patients who do not require 24-hour supervision. Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient programs provide therapeutic support five days a week and offer patients an opportunity to receive continued support and education on their road to recovery.


Our Partial Hospitalization (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient (IOP) programs provide comprehensive short-term structured outpatient treatment. The goal of these programs is to stabilize symptoms either after a hospitalization or to prevent a hospitalization and, to develop positive coping skills and modify problematic behaviors in a structured and supportive setting.

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