As of 9/1/23, Centerpoint Adolescent Treatment Services, including Centerpoint School and Centerpoint Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services, is closed.
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is for archival purposes only.
At Centerpoint, we provide comprehensive mental health, substance abuse, social, and emotional support services for gender-diverse youth, families, and communities. Our services are strength-based, developmentally matched, and family-focused. We know that each family is unique and we take the time to learn about each family member’s needs, perspectives, and intersecting identities. We believe that gender identity is a normal and healthy part of human experience. Our counseling is trauma-informed and aims to help young people navigate their world by validating their experiences, building self-esteem and resiliency, and increasing family connections.