Teens experience challenges that are vastly different from those facing adults. Their day-to-day obligations and responsibilities put unique stressors on them, leading to very specific social issues and mental health issues, and even substance abuse concerns. When this is the case, families need to find an adolescent addiction treatment program that caters to these needs. At Grace Counseling, we offer a partial hospitalization program or PHP for adolescents, which delivers support to troubled youth. A partial hospitalization program is an excellent opportunity to confront teen substance use and mental health. 

What Does a Partial Hospitalization Program Look Like?

PHP for adolescents allows teens to spend their day with peers experiencing similar struggles and seeking treatment. Through both individual and group therapy, teens will lend much-needed support to each other in the program creating a community that increases the success of recovery. Teens spend their day within our program, moving between therapies agreed upon with their counselors. They interact with other teens as they work through a structured yet comfortable environment. Usually, our PHP for adolescents meets for eight hours a day, five days a week. Typically, our partial hospitalization program for adolescents cater to individuals between 12-18 years old.

Adolescents come to us at Grace Counseling for several reasons. Some need support to deal with mental health issues, while others struggle with substance abuse. No matter the reason, our compassionate and experienced staff and team of counselors and therapists can help troubled youth overcome the issues they are facing.

How a PHP for Adolescents Can Help

Our PHP provides comprehensive treatment teens need without having to stay overnight at a hospital or facility. Instead of inpatient or residential treatment, a partial hospitalization program is a useful alternative because it gives adolescents the flexibility and the structure they need to heal from substance abuse or mental health issue.

There are several areas where a partial hospitalization program can help teens. If an adolescent in your family is struggling with any of the following, explore our program:

  • Academic problems
  • Anger management
  • Mood disorders like anxiety or depression
  • Abuse or trauma
  • Substance abuse or addiction
  • Eating disorders
  • Family conflict
  • Grief and loss issues
  • Intimate relationship issues
  • Identity issues
  • Self-esteem
  • Self-injury

Through support groups and talk therapy, adolescents get the oversight and treatment they need.

Addiction Treatment for Adolescents at Grace Counseling

Our partial hospitalization program for adolescents is just one portion of our unique adolescent addiction treatment program. At Grace Counseling, we understand that teens face specific challenges that differ greatly from those of adults. Therefore, we make sure all our therapeutic options and substance abuse treatments are customized to meet the needs of teens. Some of our therapies include:

  • Individual therapy: Working one-on-one with a therapist is often the cornerstone of addiction treatment or mental health treatment. After an assessment, clients and counselors work together in a private, confidential setting to identify and overcome issues contributing to the substance abuse or mental health issues the client is facing.
  • Group therapy: Daily group sessions help clients build healthier relationships, develop empathy, learn how to support others, and be accountable for their actions.
  • Family therapy: Family involvement is usually very important for adolescent recovery and treatment. However, family members also need to learn how to positively support teens and change their own behavior to prevent future issues.

Alongside these therapies, clients can opt to engage in EMDR therapy, yoga therapy, or nutritional therapy. Our programs in Fort Worth and Lewisville, Texas, can help adolescents transition back to school, their community, or home. Reach out to us today to learn how our teen rehabilitation programs by calling 844.564.0712, or contact us online.