Adolescent Inpatient Program
Adolescent Inpatient Program is structured to meet the mental health and chemical dependency concerns troubling teens, ages 12-17. Adolescents receive individualized treatment in a structured secure setting.
- Group therapy
- Individual therapy
- Case management
- Discharge planning
- Medication awareness and education
- Recreation/Activity therapy
- Relapse Prevention
Residential Treatment Program
Peak Behavioral Health Services provides a safe, therapeutic environment for adolescent boys and girls, ages 12-18. Treatment is individualized for each resident, and we encourage parents/guardians to participate actively in their child’s treatment. Each RTC unit has its own therapist, and residents are seen regularly by licensed psychiatrists. To ensure resident safety and to promote the practice of new skills, each unit is staffed by licensed nurses and trained mental health technicians.
Adolescent Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
Our Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program is a 3 day a week program, Monday, Wednesday and Friday 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. This allows the patient to continue to attend school while receiving treatment in the afternoon.
Programming includes group therapy, individual therapy, recreational therapy and family therapy. Treatment team members include: Psychiatrist, Registered Nurses, Licensed therapists and Social Workers.
Dinner and/or snacks and beverages are provided during the program.
Transportation may be arranged for most patients.
Developmental Goals Include:
- Coping skills
- Emotional management
- Community relationships
- Personal support systems
- Medication awareness
- Relapse prevention