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.
Substance Use Treatment for Adolescents
When it comes to teenage drug treatment programs, there are many questions: does your teen need a treatment program? Do they have a drug addiction? How would you know? And if so, How severe and what are your options? This article will discuss, in depth, teen drug treatment programs, and different types and signs of substance use in teens to help you better understand:
- Signs of teenage drug abuse
- If your teen might need drug abuse treatment
- What teenage drug and alcohol treatment programs typically look like
- Options for teen drug abuse treatment here at SunCloud Health
Teens are at an important stage in their development. Not fully experiencing the world as children or adults, they are living through a time of change, confusion, and uncertainty. Teens who struggle with drug addiction are suffering from an adult problem, but are not fully developed adults or have the ability to cope like adults. Their needs are different from the needs of struggling adults, as are their perspectives on the world and the things that matter most to them. Therefore, addiction in teens has to be treated differently than addiction in adults. Getting to know the signs of teenage drug abuse, and what your options are as a parent or concerned loved one are important to ensuring you can offer them a helping hand in the most appropriate, and effective way.