Adolescent & Young Adult Recovery

Adolescent Services

Strong families are the cornerstone of safe and secure communities. An adolescent’s social and emotional development are as important as physical health in creating a solid platform on which healthy functioning in home, school and community rests. Adolescent treatment serves adolescents with drug and alcohol problems from 13 – 18 years of age as well as their families.

The counselors in these programs help strengthen families by encouraging effective communication and help adolescents to develop healthy problem-solving skills. The services available at Adolescent Treatment Services effectively promote improvements in vital aspects of a young person’s life, including increased academic achievement, decreased aggression and fighting and improved family communication.

The staff of Adolescent Treatment Services consists of experienced professionals with expertise in providing specialized services to youth and families including:

  • Comprehensive Assessment and Individualized Treatment Planning
  • Individual and Group Counseling
  • Substance Abuse Education
  • Parenting Educational Groups

Young Adult

Substance abuse among young adults has reached extraordinary rates. Young adults require a different approach than addiction treatment for older adults. Many young adults suffering from addiction also suffer from delayed emotional development, trouble with relationships and commitments, and problems fully understanding the impact their addictions have had on others in their lives. To address this situation, the young adult substance abuse treatment programs offers specialized services specifically targeted to address the needs and issues of young people.

Our tailored approach for young adults treats the substance addictions while giving the young adult the tools needed to prepare them for the lives ahead of them. When a young adult completes our substance abuse treatment program, they are not only sober, but also prepared to be productive members of the community.

The Program includes:

  • Comprehensive Assessment and Individualized Treatment Planning
  • Individual and Group Counseling
  • Substance Abuse Education
  • Recovery skill building group
  • Relapse Prevention Group
  • Family Counseling
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