Teen Mental Health Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Many of our youth need quality psychiatric and psychological care in order to develop and grow into the person they are meant to be. HopeWay offers full-day treatment for pre-teens and teens, ages 12-17, who are struggling with a primary mental health diagnosis. This level of care serves as a step-up from traditional outpatient therapy and can help prevent an acute crisis while allowing young people to live at home with their family/caregiver during treatment.

Teen Mental Health Program

Our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) for teens is designed to support youth with conditions such as depression, anxiety, ADHD and other mental health diagnoses. The full-day schedule incorporates weekly individual sessions with a psychiatrist and a therapist, group therapy, and integrative therapies like art, recreation, yoga, and music. A portion of the daily schedule includes time for teens to focus on their school work under the guidance of a licensed educator, who also acts as a liaison to the teen's school during treatment. Family/ caregiver involvement is strongly encouraged so loved ones are educated and involved in the young person's treatment and recovery. 

This evidence-based, voluntary program is individualized to meet the needs of and support each client and their unique recovery. The combination of medication (when necessary), individual and group psychotherapy, integrative therapies and family therapy is most effective in establishing long-term recovery and healing. 

*This program is for all genders and is separated into two tracks that are grouped by age. 

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Our team is committed to this life-changing work and we are extremely passionate about increasing access to top-notch care.

Erin Dos Reis, LCSW

Erin Dos Reis, LCSW

Clinical Director, Teen Mental Health Programs

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Taren Coley, MD

Taren Coley, MD

Psychiatrist - Director of Child & Adolescent Services

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