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Adolescent Treatment

Adolescent Treatment

Adolescent Inpatient Treatment

When you need help, we are here for you 24/7. To make a referral, call 833-3FULLER (338-5537).

We provide programs to help children under the age of 21 with significant behavioral, emotional and mental health needs and their families get the services they need to achieve success in home, at school and in their communities.

Adolescent Inpatient Treatment

Adolescent inpatient psychiatric services provide short-term treatment focused on stabilizing individuals in crisis. While hospitalized, patients will work with a multidisciplinary team headed by a psychiatrist, who will design and implement an individualized treatment plan.

Adolescent Partial Hospitalization

The Inspire Program

Our Partial Hospitalization Program, also called The Inspire Program, provides therapeutic, outpatient day treatment for adolescents ages 12 to 17 (and older adolescents who are still in high school). The program offers intensive group therapy, case management, psychiatric care, family therapy and family support groups. We also provide daily tutoring services to help adolescents succeed academically while getting the emotional and psychiatric care they need.

In-Home Therapy

The goal of In-Home Therapy is to develop a structured, consistent, strength-based therapeutic relationship with youth and their families to help improve family functioning. The program uses a multidisciplinary team approach focusing on family treatment, parenting and behavior management.

In-Home Therapy stabilizes the home environment by providing transitional support and to assist families in establishing relationships with a permanent support network. The program offers advocacy, consultation and support services to facilitate communication between families and service providers.

Therapeutic Mentoring

Therapeutic Mentoring offers a structured, one-on-one support service for youth under the age of 21 years old for the purpose of addressing daily living, social and communication needs. Therapeutic Mentoring includes supporting, coaching and training the youth in age-appropriate behaviors including interpersonal communication, problem solving and conflict resolution and relating appropriately to other youth and adults.

To make a referral for in home therapy or therapeutic mentoring service please visits us at www.fullerhospital.com to download a referral form. Referral forms can be faxed to 508-838-2303 or emailed to [email protected].