Adolescent Outpatient Services

Program Overview
Outpatient programs offer an array of services to adolescents and their families who have substance abuse and co-occurring mental health problems.

 

Program Services
Services include consultation, education classes, assessment/evaluation, individual, group, family and multi-family therapy that focus on education, treatment, and relapse prevention. Additional services include case management, urine analysis, and antabuse/breathalyzer monitoring. In addition, the programs offer contract services to various adolescent middle and high schools within the metro Denver area, providing assessment, education, and individual and group services.

 

Admission Criteria
• Be between the ages of 12 to 21;
• Have a substance abuse problem causing social, educational, or behavioral problems, and
• Be willing to attend treatment.

 

People Most Able to Benefit From This Program
• Individuals who are unable to maintain ongoing abstinence;
• Individuals who need to develop new skills or need more structure than is provided through traditional social support; and
• Individuals stepping down from more intensive treatment (e.g., residential treatment).

 

Hours of Operation
Adolescent outpatient operates flexible hours Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.  

 

Locations
Central Denver, Aurora, Thornton, school-based locations

For referral or admission to any of our programs, please contact the Information and Access Team 303.657.3700 or [email protected].  Phone lines are open Monday through Saturday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Adolescent Outpatient Services
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