Parkwood Behavioral Health System provides psychiatric crisis management and treatment for adolescents and their families. Our adolescent services are designed to meet the specific behavioral health needs of adolescents within a nurturing and therapeutic environment. These programs are designed for teens ages 12 to 17.
The adolescent unit offers intensive therapeutic, medical and psychiatric treatment designed to address active suicidal thoughts, psychosis, major depression, substance abuse, violent behavior, delusional thoughts and other symptoms of a behavioral health disorder. Individual, group, family and activity therapy are included in treatment as needed.
Acute inpatient care for adolescents includes art therapy, pet therapy, pharmacy group and yoga.
Adolescent PHP provides therapeutic services for young people who do not require inpatient treatment but need more intensive care than an outpatient program. The program is a day treatment option offered in a structured environment. It is run by behavioral health professionals who specialize in adolescent care.
Adolescent IOP offers group therapy for young people who require more than weekly therapy. It can also serve as a step-down for patients leaving a more intensive setting. The program is for adolescents with a wide range of behavioral health challenges that may or may not include co-occurring substance abuse.
Adolescent IOP is offered on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
The adolescent residential program serves adolescents with serious emotional or behavioral problems. The program addresses emotional issues at the root of inappropriate behavior and sets limits to teach residents to take responsibility for their present behavior. The residential treatment center provides adolescents a structured environment in which change can occur.
This specialized sex offender program is for young men ages 13 to 17 who exhibit inappropriate behavior that may place the community at risk. Our clinicians provide extensive treatment and help families develop new problem-solving skills and better decision making. We work closely with families, schools and courts.