A comprehensive assessment will determine which of our three teen substance abuse offerings would be appropriate.
The P.E.A.K. Program (Promoting Education, Awareness, and Knowledge) is an educational program for teens who have begun experimenting with drugs and alcohol, and is designed to prevent the need for a structured treatment program. The P.E.A.K. Program consists of weekly group visits and multi-family therapy sessions.
The R.I.S.E. Intensive Outpatient Program (Risk Intervention & Substance Education) and P.A.T.H. Intensive Outpatient Program (Providing Addiction Treatment and Hope) are for teens who need a structured program in order to cease the use of drug and alcohol. The R.I.S.E. Program offers help for adolescents whose substance abuse has become a source of constant distress and conflict, and is intended to reverse the pattern of progression of substance abuse. The P.A.T.H. Program is designed for teens suffering from addiction who may lose their ability to function in a productive lifestyle. In this program, we seek to end the downward spiral caused by the teen’s substance abuse.