Our outpatient counseling program is for teens who either do not require a more intensive program, or have completed a higher level of care and need additional support. We conduct an initial evaluation for every teen to determine which program is the best fit for them. The outpatient counseling program is appropriate for children ages 12 to 17.
Individualized Treatment Plans
Outpatient drug and alcohol counseling is tailored to each teen, and can consist of individual, family, and/or group therapy sessions. Our counselors will work with you and your child to develop a treatment plan individualized to their specific needs. The frequency of visits per week will vary based on these needs. We have both day and evening appointments, but please note that availability varies for each location.
Small Group Sizes
We keep our outpatient groups small (average of eight group members). This allows teens to share their own struggles and successes while also learning from their peers. Outpatient group therapy encourages teens to form close connections with peers who are also working towards recovery.
We recognize the need for family involvement in treatment and will collaborate with you in your teen’s treatment plan. We also offer family therapy sessions for you and your teen to learn about ways the family can support recovery.
Additionally, you will be able to schedule counseling appointments for yourself. Substance use takes a toll on everyone in the family, so we offer this service to help you cope in a positive manner. Family outpatient therapy appointments can be made for any type of family members: parents and child, spouses, and other loved ones.
Flexible Treatment Schedules
Our treatment programs are designed to be flexible. Your teen can work recovery into their schedule and keep attending school. We offer day and evening appointments with some weekend availability depending on the treatment location.
Start Your Child’s Recovery
If you would like more information about our programming or would like to schedule an appointment for your child, you can call us at (800) 238-4357 or fill out a contact form on our website.