Hyland Behavioral Health
Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program
The Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program is offered in the morning for youth ages 12-18, this program is structured to help teens manage family, school, and general life stressors. Our treatment team works closely with parents and schools to ensure comprehensive care.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP):
- Hyland’s IOP offers a structured group therapy program for adolescents facing emotional and dual diagnosis (emotional and substance abuse) problems, Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 12:30pm.
- Teens attend cognitive behavioral therapy sessions multiple times per week, and learn new skills to manage family, school, and general life stressors.
- Psychiatrists provide assessment and medication evaluation for all participants.
- Therapists work with the family to develop a discharge plan, helping the teen manage their mental health needs after IOP.
- IOP staff follows up with all families after discharge, to make sure that things are continuing in a positive direction.
Who is the Intensive Outpatient Program for?
Patients who can carry out many usual activities, but experience symptoms that impair their daily lives. Patients undergoing intensive outpatient treatments may be able to maintain work obligations.
Behavioral Health News
- Psychiatrist Joins Growing Mental Health Care Team11/07/2017
- Grant Funds Program for Troubled Teens10/10/2017
- Mental Health Services Expand with Addition of Psychiatrist09/18/2017
- Learn When Substance Use Turns into Abuse or Addiction03/09/2017
- Free Mental Health Services Available to Some Jefferson County Residents11/17/2015