a teen speaks with a counselor possibly about the differences between a php vs residential program

Partial Hospitalization Program vs. Residential Program

The teen years are naturally challenging. Young adults and their families realize that they are no longer children and not yet adults. Teens are discovering and acknowledging their identities and planning for their futures. Yet along the way, nearly 25% of American adolescents are sometimes met with challenges such as mental health or substance use…

a parent and child sit on a couch speaking with a counselor possibly about a residential treatment center for teens

Choosing a Residential Treatment Center for Teens

Being a teenager presents many challenges. Teens are beginning to understand their identity and have the power to make influential decisions in their lives. They also directly face peer pressure and traumas that they might not have the opportunity to navigate properly, impacting their social development. For some, this can lead to drug and alcohol…

a teen thrives from her adolescent-specific rehab program

Benefits of Adolescent-Specific Rehab

If your teen is showing signs of a substance use disorder, admitting they need help might feel impossible. Some parents blame themselves and are afraid to “punish” their child. Some parents have trouble telling the difference between experimentation and chemical dependence. If your child’s life is becoming derailed due to drugs and alcohol, a residential…