Frequently Asked Questions For Adolescent Treatment:

Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient are fancy terms for outpatient with extended hours that include group therapy, individual therapy, family therapy, education and psychiatry for med management and testing as needed.

Private insurance will cover the majority of the program. The out-of- pocket cost will be discussed
prior to admission and a customized payment plan can be determined based on your family’s needs.

We are a comprehensive teen recovery program and as such, we have transportation! Ask us how it works!

Your child will spend 2 hours a day with our education counselor who will contact and coordinate all school assignments, tutoring etc… while your child is in PHP program. Any special accommodations such as 504 will be made here.

Upon admission your child is assigned a therapist who will be available by phone when he or
she is not with your child. They also will visit with you during family sessions.

Our program consists of individual therapy, group therapy,  family therapy,  education counseling, and psychiatry for med management -along with any additional testing as needed.  

Group Therapy will consist of various topics that teach coping skills, mindfulness, healthy boundaries, emotion regulation, health and wellness, and values.

Please refer to our handbook upon admission for a thorough explanation of all groups and the goals associated with each one.

Our teen recovery program offers Partial Hospitalization which takes place Monday-Friday 8:30-3:30p, length of program is driven by the progress your teen makes, average length is 4-12 weeks.

Our Teen Intensive Outpatient meets a minimum of 10 hours a week, program days will vary based on the needs of the milieu (ask us for current scheduling for IOP).

  • Contactless temperature checks upon arrival
  • Surface disinfection every 2 hours
  • Frequent hand washing
  • After hours daily deep cleaning
  • Everyone in the building must wear mask

The desire to belong often overpowers
the desire to improve.

– James Clear