When your teen needs intensive care in the community for a mental health condition, our adolescent intensive outpatient program is here.
Our program meets for three hours, three times weekly after school, and is for school age youth, 13-17 years old.
We provide support for adolescents with emotional and behavioral health issues to help them grow and thrive. We help patients maintain mental health, and assist patients who need help with transitions from inpatient care or partial hospitalization into the community.
Our program helps address:
Each three hour program includes:
Expected outcomes are:
Your family will participate in some sessions, with topics such as:
Adolescents typically participate in the program for six to eight weeks.
An intake meeting with a mental health professional is required for admission to ensure participants will benefit from the group, and are willing and able to participate. Intakes are done by appointment.
Parents or legal guardians can call directly to schedule an intake meeting. A referral from a physician or other care provider is not required.
Parents or guardians can call 651-241-8900 to learn more or arrange an intake meeting.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday:
4 to 7 p.m. year round
333 Smith Ave N
United Hospital, fifth floor, mental health department
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