Specialized Support for Your Teen
Destinations provides a full-day, Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP). When you apply for treatment at one of our facilities, our team will work with you to determine whether your teen belongs in our mental health or dual diagnosis treatment track. The latter combines mental health and addiction treatment. In fact, researchers estimate that between 50-90% of adolescents in treatment for substance-use disorders also have diagnosable mental health issues.
A Commitment to Education
Like our residential treatment, there is a strong academic component for teens in day treatment. Specifically, each student will receive three hours of educational classwork, five days per week. Our academic team will assist your teen in catching up, staying on track, and moving ahead with their education. Upon completion of the program, we will work with your teen’s school to ensure a successful transition.
Much of our success is attributed to the support clients receive from our alumni program. Moreover, teens in the program meet with our alumni group once per week. These meetings allow teens in treatment to see how others learn to cope with mental health and addiction disorders. Additionally, this gives your teen a strong support system to lean on moving forward.
Parental involvement is a critical component to our teen treatment programs. During your orientation, you will meet the entire treatment team. This includes the individual and family therapist, education director, nurse, and the clinical director. Therefore, you will understand their individual roles and how each of them will interact with you and your teen. In addition, we require parents to attend therapy sessions and family education classes. We will work with you to create a schedule for therapeutic services that will help your teen adjust to his or her new lifestyle.
Recovery requires patience, but together, through a shared commitment to your teen’s health, we will make your family whole again. Is your teen ready to begin treatment for lasting sobriety and recovery? If so, contact us today at 877-466-0620 and learn more about the admissions process.