The Inspire Program provides therapeutic day treatment for adolescents ages 12 to 17 (and older adolescents who are still in high school). The program aims to prevent inpatient hospitalization or facilitate the transition from an inpatient facility back into the home. Our team emphasizes the importance of providing a therapeutic environment to assist patients in developing a plan for physical, mental and spiritual recovery.
The Inspire Program is comprised of:
The program runs Monday through Friday from 9 am to 3 pm.
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. We provide intensive, highly structured, short-term care for mental health disorders such as trauma, depression, anxiety, or substance use. The majority of the treatment offered in this program is through therapeutic groups, with a focus on Dialectical Behavior Therapy.
Patients receive a comprehensive interdisciplinary evaluation and are assigned their own team to develop a personalized, strength-based treatment plan, which involves regular psychiatrist visits, case manager meetings and family contact. Coordination with the primary care physician, outpatient providers, school and collateral contacts is an essential part of treatment and discharge planning.
The staff includes a multidisciplinary team comprised of a clinical manager, a psychiatric provider and case managers who coordinate a patient’s care through weekly family therapy as well as family support groups designed to help guide teens in their recovery and healing.
To make a referral for adolescent inpatient treatment or partial hospitalization, please call 833-3FULLER (338-5537).