Substance Abuse In Adolescence

Start The Path To Addiction Recovery

Addiction Does Not Discriminate

Addiction affects the young and old. Addiction doesn’t care what kind of car you drive or what neighborhood you are from. It doesn’t matter if a person’s parents are divorced or still together. You can put your son or daughter in the best school there is, but that won’t protect them from the ugly reality of addiction.

You may be in a situation where you are not sure what is going on with your child; not sure if what you’re seeing is a potential addiction issue. If you suspect there may be a problem, there probably is one. If your child is abusing drugs or alcohol, you will find that they are probably also having issues at school. They may even be having run-ins with the law or sneaking out of the house. Maybe they suddenly have money but no job and you are noticing things missing from your house. If you can relate to any of this, it’s time to ask for help from a drug and alcohol counselor.


Help For Your Teen

Families often don’t know where to turn for help when it comes to teen substance abuse, but Center for Healing is here to support you and help you navigate the process of getting your child help. We are here to answer your questions and help you determine the best path toward addiction recovery so your child can grow up to be a healthy adult.

Finding out that your child is struggling with substance abuse in adolescence can be a parent’s worst nightmare, but there is hope and there is help. If caught early and properly treated, with professional care, individuals who begin abusing drugs or alcohol at an early age are more likely to move beyond the despair and destruction of addiction.

Together, our professional drug and alcohol counselors have decades of experience treating the physical, emotional, and physiological needs of teens with substance abuse issues.

Substance-Abuse Treatment Options

Center for Healing currently offers adolescents and their families the following substance-abuse treatment options:

  • Individual counseling
  • Family counseling
  • Intensive outpatient counseling (3 days a week/3 hours a day)
  • Outpatient counseling (1 to 3 hours a week)

Additional Addiction Rehabilitation
Services and Support

The Resources To Help You Recover

We understand that some will need extra tools in order to achieve a successful and sustained recovery. We support you in your commitment to sobriety with a number of other services and offerings.

  • Intensive Outpatient Counseling
  • Outpatient Counseling
  • Individual Counseling
  • Substance Abuse Assessments
  • Psychiatrist & Physician on site
  • Genetic Testing
  • Medication Management
  • Vivitrol Treatment
  • College/Career Preparation 
  • Personalized Treatment 
  • Family Integration
  • Alumni Program
  • Mental/Performance Coaching
  • Yoga/Meditation
  • Laughter Yoga
  • Physiology Mindfulness
  • Coed and Gender Specific Groups
  • GLBTQ Friendly Community 
  • 12 Step and SMART Recovery
  • Life Skills Classes
  • Intensive Relapse Prevention
  • Linkage to Community Resources
  • Brain Training

Get Addiction Help Now

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