Struggling to find a career, a friend group, or make your way through school is common during this time in your life. It’s easy to start feeling “stuck.” We want to meet you where you’re at, so we have designed an evidence-based curriculum that is specifically geared toward Young Adults.
Young Adult Care
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We want to find common ground with you, so we’re both working towards something. The very first thing we find out is what you care about most. For some, maybe it’s finding a career, for others maybe it’s relationships—whatever it may be, we find it, then help you work towards it.
Find your purpose and work towards achieving your goals.
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 know the first step is hard. We’re here to make it easier.
Not sure where to begin? Call us today
Get help verifying your insurance, understanding costs, and making a financial plan for treatment.
Learn more about the different levels of care we offer for young adults at different stages of recovery.
Young Adult Specific Approach
Be seen. Be heard. Be valued.
We can’t change people. We can’t change environments. But we can empower you with the tools, steps, and community you need for long-lasting change.
Getting help for mental health and substance use disorders can be intimidating. Find out how to talk to young adults about seeking therapy and finding lasting recovery.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
Addiction and mental health often go hand-in-hand. Work on both at Sandstone.
Often young adults 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 you to identify and improve these underlying concerns, so you are fully prepared to address addiction from all directions.
IOP stands for “Intensive Outpatient Program”. IOP programs are most helpful for young adults who have completed a higher level of care (such as day treatment) and need to step down, and for young adults who struggle with substance use or mental health concerns but want to limit interrupting school and work.
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. Typically the Young Adult IOP program lasts for 8 to 12 weeks.
We collect phones during programming only, otherwise everyone living in one of our houses has access to their devices.
The teens and young adults at Sandstone Care are bright and creative spirits who have been impacted by a variety of mental health issues. Typically, they are struggling with, or have experienced, anxiety, depression, trauma, and/or substance use. Individuals with a history of violence, are actively suicidal or psychotic, that have severe and persistent mental illness such as schizophrenia, or that exhibit behavioral issues that would disrupt the treatment milieu are not appropriate for Sandstone Care. Each client is carefully screened by the admissions team and the Program Director, and if needed, the Executive Clinical Director and Medical Director for appropriateness.
Yes! We offer a few different options for young adults who are in need of a higher level of care.
Our young adult intensive outpatient program 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.
No. We believe in starting with many privileges and only revoking access if necessary, so we do not have a blackout period when you begin our program.
Yes. We have a teen track, which is for teens ages 13-17, and a young adult track for individuals ages 18-30.
Sandstone Care works with teens and young adults who are struggling with substance use, co-occurring mental health disorders, and mental health primary needs through our Mental Health Centers.
Knowing what level of care would be best for you is tricky! If you experience withdrawal symptoms when you attempt to discontinue use, it is more than likely you would benefit from detox. However, the best way to know whether or not you would benefit from medical detox is to get a professional opinion. Our trained admissions team would be happy to speak with you and advise you on next steps.
Our clinical team is made up of a group of highly qualified individuals who are all dedicated to helping teens and young adults reclaim their lives. This team includes medical doctors, psychiatrists, licensed therapists, family therapists, and teachers.
We are here to help in any way possible. Find hope and start on the path to recovery by calling us today.