We meet teens where they are
Teens typically become addicted for four reasons: genetics; spending time with family members who abuse or are addicted to alcohol or drugs; experimenting with addictive substances at young ages; and/or an untreated mental illness, such as depression, anxiety, or unresolved trauma stemming from abuse, neglect, domestic violence and community violence.
Whether residential or out-patient care, we help young people identify, disrupt, and change negative coping skills by focusing on healthy alternatives to substance use, physical aggression, authority defiance, self-harm and other high risk behaviors.
Our caring team of expert’s help youth develop the resiliency to stay in recovery and to achieve key milestones such as living independently and pursuing education or a job. We also assist with basic needs like food, transportation and housing.