Our Young Adult program is designed to help clients actively engage with their treatment, recovery, and community. Our clients work with our team individually and in a group setting. Clients and their families will work together to strengthen their relationships and improve their understanding of addiction and mental health with our Psychoeducation program and our Community Group. Our staff utilizes SMART Recovery and a 12-step model to help our clients overcome addiction. We help clients move from a state of indecision and stagnation to become active participants in their treatment using Motivational Interviewing. We create a non-biased environment that encourages diversity, where entitlement is not acceptable. Our clients are considered teammates, rooting for each other's success and relying on one another and our staff for support.
Guardian(s) and families play an essential role in the treatment of our clients. Guardian(s) are encouraged to attend family sessions throughout treatment. This makes our Community Group essential to our family program. During Community Meetings, Guardian(s) can address their loved ones with the support of the Community. They can also learn about mental health issues and gain better language skills to communicate with their loved ones. The Community Meeting also serves to give Guardian(s) the opportunity to gain support from other parents in the program.
Prior to treatment, clients attend an intake appointment with an intake therapist. It is essential that we have an understanding of the young adult's current and past living environments. This also helps the staff develop a plan to give the family the means for navigating through trouble spots.
During this time, the intake therapist will take time alone with both the client and guardian(s) should they attend the appointment. After speaking individually, the intake therapist will talk with the young adult and guardian(s) together to create an individualized treatment plan that will determine their level of care, treatment schedule, and goals they would like to accomplish throughout treatment.
At this time, we include a review of the client’s general health. If issues of concern surface in this review or during the treatment process, the client (if 18 or older) or guardian(s) will be advised to set up an appointment with their primary care physician. Adolescent and Young Adult Advocates can also recommend physicians from our network.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Our IOP is for those suffering from Mental Health Disorders and/or Substance Abuse. The program is available for people seeking initial treatment as well as those who have already completed a higher level of care. Click below to learn more!
Outpatient Program (OP)
Our OP is for those suffering from Mental Health Disorders and/or Substance Abuse. This program is available for those who are seeking initial treatment or stepping down from a higher level of care. Click below to learn more!ore!
We offer a variety of treatment services from drug screening to educational and vocational support. Click below to learn more!
Our Young Adult IOP and OP Substance Program is in network with Independence Blue Cross Blue Shield and AmeriHealth.