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We focus on helping teens, young adults, and their families build the skills they need to heal. Using various evidence-based therapies, we treat each aspect of drug and alcohol abuse and mental health. We address underlying issues, provide family therapy, and help individuals with community engagement, academics, and vocational support.
We've created a full continuum of care for our clients, so a person can enter treatment at a level that is appropriate to their needs and continue with us as they step down to lesser levels of care. This type of programming helps prevent the disruption of services and can help recovery go more smoothly.
We have a variety of different programs available in Virginia for young adults who need help with substance abuse and mental health concerns.
Our Residential Extended Care programs offers young adults the opportunity to live in a therapeutic, recovery-focused setting while receiving comprehensive addiction and mental health treatment. Young men who are enrolled in our program may choose to live at our sober living home while in treatment. This is a good option for clients whose current living situation is not conducive to recovery.
Our Day Treatment, sometimes referred to as Partial Hospitalization, or PHP, program was created for young adults who need a highly structured environment in order to succeed in their recovery. With over 35 hours of clinical programming a week, our program offers a thorough curriculum that spends time focusing on mental, emotional, and physical health and well being to help support achieving sustainable recovery.
Our intensive outpatient program, or "IOP" provides around 16 hours per week of clinical groups and activities including academic and vocational sessions, group therapy, and experiential activities. This is a longer term program lasting 8-12 weeks.
For clients who would benefit from a stable and supportive living environment during their outpatient treatment, our sober living homes are staffed 24/7 by caring and compassionate individuals who assist clients with creating a daily routine, taking care of themselves, finding a job, and staying sober.
For teens in need of support beyond what is offered in our teen IOP program, we offer a short term PHP program created to help bridge services until accessing higher levels of care is an option. Our teen Partial Hospitalization Program is a highly structured level of care that offers over 35 hours of weekly programming to teens ages 13-17. Teens in this program will be involved in a variety of therapeutic groups and activities including academic assistance, group therapy, and experiential activities. Through the use of a variety of therapeutic methods, we are able to help teens stabilize and begin to understand and heal from their substance abuse and mental health struggles.
For clients under 18, our teen intensive outpatient program (IOP) is a longer term outpatient treatment option, lasting 8-12 weeks. This after school program provides around 16 hours per week of heavy academic support, weekly family sessions, group therapy sessions, and weekly community activities.
For teens who require more structure and supervision than an outpatient program can provide, we offer Cascade Canyon Teen Residential. This 30-day program is geared towards teens who are struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma and PTSD, substance abuse, and co-occurring mental health disorders.
Upon discharge, we can have you step down into our Virginia After school outpatient program. If we aren't a good fit, we will help you find an appropriate therapist or program to continue your teen's recovery.
Sandstone Care uses a wide range of treatment approaches and evidence-based practices that are meant to equip and empower teens, young adults, and their families with the tools they need in order to make positive, healthy changes in their lives. Every individual we serve is unique and responds differently to different therapies and activities. Some of the treatments and therapies we use include:
We believe in treating the client as a whole person, not just treating their symptoms. In order to make the biggest impact on a client's life, we confront issues that they face, but some are unable to cope with. In treating the whole person, we take into consideration that sometimes getting better means doing more than talk therapy. In addition to traditional talk therapies, our clients will also engage in the following: