The focus of our Teen Addiction Treatment in Los Angeles is to help teens recognize the problem, develop a recovery plan, and then implement it. Teen addiction treatment is a multi-tiered approach using many approaches, including: relapse prevention, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), support groups such as AA and NA, medication as an adjunct to psychotherapy, family involvement, self-help mentors, individual counseling, job training if needed.
The Good News: Teens Can Overcome Addiction and Get On the Road to Recovery. Our Teen Drug Addiction Treatment Program is an intensive outpatient program that addresses the underlying issues of addiction. In an environment that provides a safe haven for teens, they will learn to confront their feelings of self-doubt and low self-esteem that often accompany and perpetuate the addiction process. The comprehensive program requires each participant to work closely with therapists, and counselors, individually and in a group setting to identify triggers, patterns, and causes of negative behaviors.
We believe that it’s never too early or too late to make a change. Our outpatient Drug Rehab For Teens uses expert addiction treatment program strategies, we’ll help your teen learn to focus on positives and passions while learning to adopt patience and re-prioritize addictive behaviors like social media and gaming by learning how to self-monitor their own behavior and the urge to act out.
Located in Westwood Los Angeles, feel free to come by and tour our Teen IOP facility and meet our staff. It's important to understand who will be helping your teen combat their drug addictions.
Our Los Angeles Teenage Drug Rehab accepts most PPO insurance plans. If you do not have a PPO insurance plan, contact us to discuss alternate options. We're here to help you during this time.
Teen Drug Treatment
Our Teen Drug Treatment offers individual therapy, group therapy, and family therapy to teens struggling with drug or alcohol abuse issues. We create a warm environment where teens feel comfortable being vulnerable.