When your teen needs urgent and intensive care for a mental health condition, our Adolescent Acute Stabilization Program (AASP) is here. AASP may be an option instead of hospitalization or just following hospitalization. Our program is best suited for
those ages 13-18 years old and takes an average of 10 days.
AASP is a short-term program for adolescents to treat and stabilize serious mental health conditions.
Our program takes place in the hospital, but participants don’t stay overnight. They attend the program Monday through Friday and otherwise are able to remain in their communities.
Our program is designed for patients who require urgent and more intensive care than is offered by our other adolescent partial hospitalization programs at
Abbott Northwestern – WestHealth and
Our programming with a focus on therapy and family dynamics includes:
This is what a typical day looks like:
Parents or guardians can call 612-863-3307 to learn more or arrange an assessment.
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Closed for major holidays and weather emergencies (based on Minneapolis Public School District).
Abbott Northwestern Hospital
Courage Kenny Building
3rd floor, Station 3700
800 E 28th St,
Minneapolis, MN 55407