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Educating yourself about mental health, substance use and different types of therapies can ease anxiety about treatment and better prepare you for conversations with insurance companies and treatment providers. Here are a list of resources:

Teen Mental Health

Teen Drug Use

Experiential Therapy

Equine Therapy

Mental Health Conditions

Sandstone Care is an expert in the treatment of teens for substance use and mental health. We have a wealth of information about all types of substances, mental health disorders and treatment modalities. 

Depression in Teens
Depression is surprisingly common among young people. Learn more about symptoms and how to treat it.
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Anxiety in Teens
If your teen struggles with anxiety, they’re not alone. Anxiety among youth has become an epidemic in the US and around the world.
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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in Teens
Many people with ADHD learn to manage it successfully and live healthy, productive and fulfilling lives.
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Trauma in Teens
68% of surveyed children experienced at least one potentially traumatic event and more than half experienced multiple traumas.
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Teens and Bipolar Disorder
A study by the National Institute of Mental Health found that 2.9 percent of US teens ages 13-18 met the criteria for bipolar disorder.
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Substances & Alcohol

Teens and Alcohol
The consequences of underage drinking are serious and can even be deadly, learn what to do if your teen has a problem with alcohol.
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Teens and Opioid Abuse
Teens aren’t aware of is just how dangerous and addictive opioid drugs are, and how much their use may be putting them at risk.
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Teens and Marijuana Abuse
Today’s marijuana contains two to three times the amount of THC than it did just a few years ago.
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Effects of Drugs on Developing Brains
Drugs and alcohol dramatically impede the brain’s development and can cause long-term damage.
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Consequences of Underage Drinking
According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 60 percent of teens have tried alcohol by age 18.
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Prescription Stimulant Abuse
Young people often misuse prescription attention-deficit disorder (ADD) or attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) medications.
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