SunCloud Health offers both Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP). Our PHP runs Monday through Friday from 9am-3:30pm, while our IOP is available three to five times weekly from 4-7pm. Both programs are available at our Naperville, Chicago, and Northbrook centers. Designed for adolescents requiring varying levels of support, we provide dedicated time for schoolwork and maintain direct collaboration with their schools. Our approach sets us apart from other programs in the Chicago region. We specialize in treating depression, substance use disorder, eating disorders, anxiety, PTSD, school refusal, and other behavioral health conditions. Please contact us for an assessment to determine if our offerings are the right fit for the needs of your child, patient, or student.
Teen Alcohol Treatment
Teen alcohol treatment is important for the future of mental health in today’s youth.
With so many young people drinking heavily, adolescent alcohol treatment is necessary in keeping them from developing problems that can get in the way of healthy development and take them on a downward spiral.
If you have a teen who needs alcohol related treatment services, SunCloud Health can help. Read on to find out more about alcohol treatment for adolescents and the approaches that are used.
VIDEO: WHAT QUESTIONS PARENTS SHOULD ASK A TREATMENT PROVIDER?
Dr. Alexander Chevalier, Medical Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at SunCloud Health, details the questions parents should be asking when looking for a treatment provider.
VIDEO: ADDICTION RESPONDS REALLY WELL TO TREATMENT
Kevin A. Sabet, PhD, former advisor to three US presidential campaigns and President & CEO at Smart Approaches to Marijuana, explains at SunCloud Health how addiction is a unique brain disease that responds well to treatment.
VIDEO: DOES IT MAKE SENSE TO PULL MY KID OUT OF SCHOOL FOR TREATMENT?
Hear from Dr. Chevalier on the balance school and extracurricular activities with treatment. In most cases, coursework is unaffected and can be improved while a student is out of school receiving treatment.