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Your teenage years are the core developmental years of your life. This is when you develop habits, form opinions, find your passions, and seek out role models. You have unique needs. Your brain works differently from your parents’ brains. You care about things that adults forgot about years ago.
We help teenagers to address these needs in a way that restores family relationships instead of further straining them. Our comprehensive and individualized methods can achieve the highest rate of success because we address issues while clients are still in their developmental years.
There are a lot misconceptions and stigmas around what treatment and recovery encompasses for teenagers. We have designed an evidence based curriculum that is specifically geared towards teens. We have dedicated our lives and our organization to helping teens get the most out of life.
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The very first thing we do when helping teens is find out what they care about most. We want to find common ground with them, so we’re both working towards something. For some, that may be academics, for others it’s relationships—whatever it is, we find it, then work towards it.
We believe family counseling is a critical part to a teen’s successful recovery. We require parents to be involved in our program. Our family therapists help the entire family system connect in a safe way to resolve family conflict and build a stronger foundation.
We believe teens are wired to learn through fun and exploration. Our programs include various experiential therapies such as art therapy, yoga, physical activities, and outdoor adventures to help teens become their happiest, healthiest selves.
We make academic success a priority. When you feel successful in school, you have a greater sense of control and experience less family conflict. Our academic and vocational advisor works with each teen to develop an individualized plan to get them back on track with school.
Often teens struggling with drug and alcohol use also have underlying mental health or behavioral disorders such as depression, anxiety, or personality disorders. Our clinical team focuses on helping the teen and their family identify and improve these underlying concerns.
It is normal and healthy for teens to be focused on peer relationships. Sometimes this can get misdirected, and they can form community around unhealthy interests. We support teens in building positive relationships based on real connection and fun.
We can’t change teens. We can’t change families. But we can give you the motivation, tools, steps, and community so you can begin changing yourself.
We want you to know we see you; you are not alone. We want to get to know you and begin building a genuine relationship with you―the real you.
We want to understand the details of your situation. In order to help, we listen to your story. We’ll ask questions to understand what you care about.
We believe deeply that you are important and have value. Because you have value, you’re worth our time and our attention to help you move forward.
We will tell the truth. We believe truth builds trust, so we always start with the truth—and there’s never shame in telling the truth. We won’t just tell you what you want to hear.
We will involve your family, and hold them accountable, at every stage of the treatment process. We won't focus exclusively on you.
We will always do what's in your best interest. Even if it means sending you to a different organization for help. We won't put our interests before yours.
Our teen rehab centers in both Colorado and Maryland support teens and their families with mental health and addiction disorders.
Partial Hospitalization (PHP or Day Treatment) helps teens overcome substance use, addiction, and mental health issues.
Our IOP program allows teens to stay in school while participating in treatment 5 days a week. Virtual IOP available.
Our mental health programs offer support to teens and young adults with depression, trauma, anxiety, and other common behavioral health conditions.
We offer a free weekly support group open to parents regardless if their child is in treatment.
As a parent you are always focused on trying to protect your child from the outside world—but how do you protect them from their own inner turmoil?
We have programs, support groups, and resources specifically for parents to help you understand how to handle these tough situations and work with your child.
Our goal is to provide the most helpful information. Please reach out to us if you have any additional questions. We are here to help any way we can.