High Focus Centers is offering teletherapy for teen substance abuse treatment during COVID-19. With video conferencing technology, your child can receive treatment and counseling from the safety and comfort of home.
The teenage years are often when substance use disorders (addictions) develop. Peer influence, academic pressures, and even curiosity can lead a teen to try drugs or alcohol. While addiction can happen to anyone, adolescents are more susceptible because their brains are still developing. It’s important to intervene early on when you discover your child is abusing substances.
High Focus Centers has developed three unique treatment programs for teens:
- P.E.A.K. Program (Promoting Education, Awareness, and Knowledge)
- R.I.S.E. Intensive Outpatient Program (Risk Intervention & Substance Education)
- P.A.T.H. Intensive Outpatient Program (Providing Addiction Treatment and Hope)
Our team conducts a comprehensive assessment for all new clients to determine which of our teen rehab programs would be most appropriate.
About the P.E.A.K. Substance Abuse Program
This is an educational program for teens who have begun experimenting with drugs and alcohol. It’s designed to prevent the need for a structured treatment program. The P.E.A.K. Program consists of weekly group visits and family therapy sessions.
About the R.I.S.E. and P.A.T.H Intensive Outpatient Programs
Our intensive outpatient treatment is for teens who need a structured program in order to stop using drugs and alcohol.
The R.I.S.E. Program offers help for adolescents whose substance use has become a source of constant distress and conflict and is intended to reverse the 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.
Teen Substance Abuse Treatment Methods
Our clinicians use a variety of therapeutic approaches to help teens recognize the harmful consequences of substance abuse and abstain from future use. Treatment methods include:
- Group therapy sessions
- Drug and alcohol counseling sessions
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
- Motivational interviewing
- Family therapy
How Long Does Teen Rehab Last?
Treatment length varies for each individual teen. Factors that influence treatment include the severity of the substance use, how motivated the individual is, and how much support they have at home.
Treatment Program Schedule
Our substance abuse treatment runs Monday through Friday. Specific treatment schedules vary by location. Currently, teen rehab is offered at our Paramus, Parsippany, Cranford, and Freehold locations. Contact us to learn about program availability and hours for each location.
Does My Teen Need Rehab?
If your child is using drugs or alcohol, it’s important to get a formal assessment to find the underlying reasons for the substance abuse. Teens diagnosed with a substance use disorder (addiction) will need to enter a formal treatment program like our intensive outpatient programs. Those who do not meet the criteria for an addiction may benefit from the P.E.A.K. educational program.
What If My Teen Has A Mental Health Disorder Too?
Sometimes, teens abuse drugs or alcohol to self-medicate mental health symptoms. If your teen has been diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder like anxiety, depression, PTSD, or bipolar, our co-occurring intensive outpatient program would be a better fit. This structured treatment program addresses both substance use and mental health disorders.
How Do I Enroll My Teen in a High Focus Centers Program?
To start outpatient rehab for your teen at High Focus Centers, call our admissions line at (800) 877-3628. Alternatively, you can fill out a contact form on our website and one of our representatives will reach out to you to schedule an appointment.