Join our free virtual parent support group specifically for those struggling with mental health
At Sandstone Care, we approach the treatment of addiction and mental health by supporting the whole family system.
For parents and loved ones of those experiencing addiction or mental health issues, it’s common to feel overwhelmed, helpless, angry, and alone.
That’s why we provide an evidence-based treatment program focused exclusively on adolescents and their families. By treating the family system as a whole, we seek higher rates of success, addressing behaviors in context.
Sometimes it might feel like you’re out of options. That’s where we come in. Here are the first steps you can take to get started.
Even if your child or loved one isn’t ready to get help, you probably need support for yourself. Join a family support group and give us a call to find a family therapist ready to help you process this experience.
Calling your insurance provider and trying to manage the financials of treatment often adds additional stress. Verify your insurance online right now or give us a call and we’ll walk you through options and next steps.
It’s important to make sure your support system is set up to meet your needs, including academic and vocational support, psychiatric, mental health, and dual diagnosis. Even if we’re not the right fit, we’ll connect you to a program that is.
Failure to Launch Syndrome
Is your child a young adult who is seemingly unable to move toward greater independence and self-realization?
Sometimes called failure to launch syndrome, these young adults may need treatment to move forward past contributing factors, such as drug addiction and underlying mental illness.
Parents come together virtually and support each other as they navigate the challenges of helping their teen or young adult who struggles with drugs, alcohol, and mental health concerns.
All participants must register and sign the confidentiality form before attending any parent support group.
Teens and young adults struggling with substance use disorder and mental health need a program that treats the family system. You’re part of that system and what you do next matters.
Find a space where you have permission to be open and honest about the challenges facing you and your family. Family involvement is highly connected with long-term sobriety and positive mental health outcomes.
Explore our articles and resources to learn more about what your child may be experiencing, what treatment options are available, and how you can be the right kind of support for your child.
The Continuum of Care
Access a full range of treatments for mental health and substance use disorders. Whether you need a safe sober living community, inpatient care, or outpatient therapy, we have a program to help.
We are age-specific, not gender-specific. We focus on the unique circumstances that teens and young adults face.
We only use treatment interventions that have been scientifically proven to provide consistent, lasting recovery.
You are not a number, that’s why we provide a comfortable setting where your voice can be heard.
No one person is the same, and neither is their recovery journey. Your treatment program will be tailored to your unique needs.
We want clients to get the most out of life, which means doing their best in the classroom or at their job.
Recovery involves the entire family, so we provide support for the whole family system.
EBTs are scientifically proven therapies that are guided by relevant data. Patient preferences are prioritized, which maximizes their options and adds flexibility to individual treatment plans. Evidence-based therapy is safe and consistent treatment, but most importantly, your recovery is not left up to chance.
Some additional benefits include:
The American Psychological Association created the policies for EBT using the best research available. Their studies have shown that these therapy treatments work due to the combination of clinical training and science.
Our licensed clinical staff is trained in therapy treatments that are proven to be effective. This means they had to learn and follow certain guidelines for how they provide care.
Since these kinds of treatments are scientifically proven to be effective, the chances of relapse are less likely. This means you’ll be able to save more money in the long run.
EBT requires specialized training in the different kinds of therapies. Treatment options aren’t based on the therapist’s mood, they are backed by training and scientific results.
If you’re asking this question, you probably are already seeing evidence of these behaviors.
When you give us a call, our admissions coordinators can help assess the situation. If we think Sandstone Care might be a good fit, we’ll schedule a clinical assessment to get a diagnosis and determine a treatment plan.
The truth is we may not always be the right fit for you and your family. That doesn’t mean we don’t want to help.
Give us a call and we’ll help guide you to whatever the next right step is — even if it’s not with us.