Intensive Outpatient Care for Adolescents
Centennial Peaks Hospital offers two intensive outpatient programs (IOP) for adolescents ages 13-17 that need mental health and substance abuse treatment but do not require 24-hour care. Our outpatient programs allow teens to work and live at home while learning life skills that can empower them to take control of their lives. We determine the needs of each patient through a complimentary, confidential assessment, but typical treatment plans consist of up to 20 sessions. Most patients will attend group therapy nine hours each week, and evening tracks are available for families that need the flexibility.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
PHP provides the structured programming of our mental health inpatient program while allowing the patient to return home in the evening. Most often, this is a step-down program for patients who have completed our inpatient treatment at Centennial Peaks Hospital.
Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program (MH-IOP)
Adolescent MH-IOP is focused on the development of interpersonal skills, coping skills, relaxation skills, management of symptoms, and mood stabilization. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and other skills-based treatment methods make up a goal-directed treatment plan and homework to increase each patient’s functioning at school, with friends and family, and alone. Through discussion and interactive exercises, a wide variety of skills are practiced, with the goal of increasing the patient’s mental health function and their ability to enjoy life.
Adolescent MH-IOP meets three times per week, for three hours sessions, over five weeks, for a total of 15 sessions, which also includes a family night once a week.
Always Here to Help
Centennial Peaks Hospital is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide a no-cost mental health assessment for you or your loved one. Call us at 303-673-9990 or visit our Louisville, CO facility to get started. In the case of a medical emergency or crisis, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.