Access levels of care designed to help teens with substance use disorders address the underlying drivers of addiction — and start recovery.
Teen Addiction Treatment Center
Let’s address substance use disorders in teens together.
Our comprehensive and individualized methods can achieve the highest rate of success because we address issues while clients are still in their developmental years. We help teenagers address critical developmental needs in a way that restores family relationships instead of further straining them.
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Learn more about the different levels of care we offer for teens at different stages of recovery.
“Our teen has been attending an intensive outpatient program for a little over a month. So far, each member of the staff we have met from the intake person to the therapists have been very kind, compassionate, and wonderful.”
Our commitment to our clients’ lasting success and recovery helps us continually exceed licensing standards of care throughout the industry.
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We can’t change people. We can’t change families. But we can empower you with the tools, steps, and community you need for long-lasting change.
At our teen addiction treatment centers, we help you do just this. Our programs include various experiential therapies such as art therapy, yoga, physical activities, and outdoor adventures to help teens become their happiest, healthiest selves.
Change isn’t static. Change happens when you — and only you — decide. As a teen addiction treatment center, our job isn’t to make you change. It’s to empower you as you seek something different.
Our programs include various experiential therapies such as art therapy, yoga, physical activities, and outdoor adventures to help teens become their happiest, healthiest selves.
A substance use disorder does not happen in isolation. We will involve your family at every stage of the treatment process. We won’t focus exclusively on you.
It’s vital that your family is involved in treatment to better understand dynamics that might have influenced substance use disorder.
Your family will be held accountable by family counselors and therapists as we work together to strengthen your foundations.
As treatment progresses, family therapy and group therapy play an important role in safely connecting outside of an individual therapy environment.
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.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
Addiction and mental health often go hand-in-hand. Work on both at Sandstone.
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.
Check out our selection of frequently asked questions — or call us today to ask anything.
Realizing that you need help is a big step, but coming to that conclusion may take some time. There are several signs that getting help is necessary, such as struggling with mental health issues like depression or anxiety. Some other signs may include:
The amount of treatment needed varies greatly and depends on one’s individual needs. At Sandstone Care, we believe in treating our clients as a whole person instead of just treating their substance use disorder or mental health disorders in isolation. Our program is individualized to meet those specific needs and as such length of stay may vary. Navigate to one of our specific teen treatment programs to see the standard timeline for each.
Teen Residential or inpatient treatment can be necessary in certain instances. We recommend completing a comprehensive clinical assessment with a licensed professional to help determine the appropriate level of care required.
An assessment at Sandstone Care is simply a conversation. It includes one of our licensed therapists, the individual who is considering the program, and any of their family members that they feel supported by. The purpose of the assessment is to better understand the individual’s unique needs and situation, as well as to determine how appropriate our program is for you and which level of care is medically and clinically necessary. The assessment process typically happens in person at one of our offices and lasts around an hour and a half to two hours.
IOP stands for “Intensive Outpatient Program”. IOP programs are most helpful for teens who have completed a higher level of care (such as residential treatment) and need to step down, and for teens who struggle with substance use or mental health concerns but want to limit interrupting school and work.
Our after-school teen IOP offers up to 17 hours per week of clinical services including group therapy, individual therapy, family therapy sessions, academic and vocational support, and community activities.
We are here to help in any way possible. Find hope and start on the path to recovery by calling us today.