Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health
The developmental years can be a time of turmoil for children, adolescents and their families. Child and Adolescent Services offers a continuum of care specifically tailored to meet these needs. The services, listed below, are staffed by specially trained psychiatrists, clinical social workers, psychiatric nurses, activity therapists and other behavioral health professionals.
Partial Hospital Programs (PHP)
The PHPs provide daily intensive treatment in a structured environment. Treatment centers on the child/adolescent at risk and their families and other support systems. Therapies include group, individual and family, as well as other more specialized modalities such as anger management, creative expression, school issues forum, substance abuse treatment and separate male and female treatment groups. Multiple family meetings are offered in both the PHP and Intensive Outpatient Programs.
Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP)
IOP embraces a broad range of therapeutic techniques designed to assist children/adolescents and their families to work in an intensive and goal-focused manner. Scheduling and program content are highly individualized and geared toward the needs of the child and his or her family.
Adolescent Inpatient Services
Located in the newly renovated Pomeroy Pavilion, the Inpatient Adolescent Service offers state-of-the-art treatment to adolescents in crisis.