Adolescent After-School Intensive Outpatient Program
The Adolescent After-School Program is designed for adolescents with psychiatric problems and/or substance abuse that significantly impair functioning at school or at home. Adolescents attend the three hour program from 3:30pm - 6:30pm three days per week. Transportation is available to pick up students from schools within defined areas.
Princeton House offers programming designed to meet individual need:
- Psychiatric: Adolescents who are seeking help for a variety of acute emotional and behavioral problems find the support necessary to regain stability and return to improved functioning at home and school
- Co-Occurring: Adolescents who experience both psychiatric and substance abuse problems find better ways to regain emotional stability and achieve abstinence.
- Substance Abuse Adolescents whose primary problem is substance use will learn about the disease concept of addiction and will work toward abstinence through incorporating healthy alternative behaviors
- Stabilize psychiatric symptoms
- Improve stress management and learn effective coping skills
- Establish and maintain sobriety
- Comprehensive medical management by Board Certified Child Psychiatrist
- Multi-Family Support Group
- Group Psychotherapy, Psycho-Education and Expressive Group Therapies
- Urine Drug Screens (as clinically indicated)