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.
Centerpoint’s Transition Aged Services assist older adolescents and young adults to best take advantage of the responsibilities and opportunities associated with their growth toward adulthood. Designed specifically for young people faced with social, emotional, or mental health needs, Centerpoint offers a variety of clinic-based and community-based services that support young adult development in the areas of:
- Decision-Making and Problem-Solving
- Coping Skills, Stress-Reduction, and Self-Regulation
- Communication Skills and Healthy Relationships
Goal Identification and Task Completion These goal areas are typically identified within the underlying concerns that are common within our student and client population including:
- Depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders
- Esteem, identity, and trauma-based disorders
- Conflict, defiance, and conduct-based disorders
- Family communication difficulties
- Attentional difficulties, learning disabilities and mild learning impairment
- Substance abuse and addiction
Centerpoint’s mental health, substance abuse, and social support services employ a variety of research-based and best practice treatment modalities, including:
- Brief and long-term individual outpatient therapy;
- Family counseling, parent skills training, and parent support;
- A variety of group therapy options, including early intervention (MET), brief
- therapy, skill building (CBT), support, and aftercare groups
- Intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) services
- gender-specific treatment services
- services for those involved in the justice and corrections systems
- prosocial community connections, case management, and ‘natural’ supports
- drug testing
Centerpoint’s staff of mental health professionals includes Clinical Social Workers, Mental Health Counselors, Psychologists, Drug and Alcohol Counselors, and a Board-Certified Psychiatrist, all trained in integrated and co-occurring treatment, and skilled in working with adolescents and young adults. For more information, or to make a referral, call 488-7711 or click on email@example.com.