Adolescents are provided addiction education and treatment services through – Intensive Outpatient or Partial Hospitalization programming.

2.1 – Intensive Outpatient Program – Provides 6 to 19 hours of structured programming weekly.

Setting: Outpatient services are delivered through our licensed outpatient setting.

Provider Type: Interdisciplinary team – Physician, Psychiatrist, LMFT therapists, CADCA recovery counselors and program staff, who have cross-training to aid in interpreting mental health disorders and delivering intensive outpatient services.

Treatment Goal: For adolescents to achieve changes in alcohol and or drug use / addictive behaviors and address issues that have the potential to undermine a adolescents ability to cope with life tasks without the addictive use or alcohol / other drugs or both. Adolescents are provided a support system including medical, psychological, psychiatric, laboratory and toxicology (within 24 hours via telephone or 72 hours in person – weekly consult with psychiatrist and physician). Ensure emergency services are available at all times with the availability of more or less intensive levels or care as required.

Therapies: Individual and group counseling, motivational interviewing, enhancement and engagement strategies, family therapy, educational groups, occupational and recreational therapy, psychotherapy, MAT, or other skilled treatment services.

 

(Link to IOP Schedule previously under PHP/IOP Tab)

 

2.5 – Partial Hospitalization ProgramProvides 20 hours or more a week of clinically intensive programming for adolescents who demonstrate: 1) they need a greater intensity of care beyond Intensive Outpatient Services and / or 2) they are living with unstable medical and psychiatric conditions and require daily monitoring and management a structured outpatient setting.

Setting: Outpatient services are delivered through our licensed outpatient setting, which provides direct access to psychiatric, medical and laboratory services.

Provider Type: Physician, Psychiatrist, LMFT therapists, CADCA recovery counselors and program staff who can address issues related to mental health / prescribed psychotropic needs as will as qualified practitioners who can provide medical, psychological, psychiatric, laboratory, toxicology and emergency services.

Treatment Goal: For adolescents to achieve changes in alcohol and or drug use / addictive behaviors and address issues that have the potential to undermine a adolescents ability to cope with life tasks without the addictive use or alcohol / other drugs or both. Adolescents are provided a support system including medical, psychological, psychiatric, laboratory and toxicology (within 8 hours via telephone or 24 hours in person – once a week consult with psychiatrist and physician). Ensure emergency services are available at all times with the availability of more or less intensive levels or care as required.

Therapies: Individual and group counseling, motivational interviewing, enhancement and engagement strategies, family therapy, educational groups, occupational and recreational therapy, psychotherapy, MAT, or other skilled treatment services.

I first met Sayeh in November of 2013 just after my 15 year old daughter had been admitted to a residential treatment program. As part of the program I was required to attend 2-3 AlAnon meetings a week. Sayeh attended the same AlAnon meetings as well as Alumni events as I. It soon became apparent to me that Sayeh had a heart for recovery, program, and God. When I was encouraged to get a sponsor I didn’t hesitate. Dependable, respectful, kind and generous of spirit, she exudes an inner peace that I hope to achieve with her loving guidance, as I work my own program. She is patient, & full of wisdom that she is always happy to share with her sponsees and fellow parents. I am so grateful our journeys brought us together.

Megan
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