The Trust Program
Outpatient Psychiatric Care, Short Stay Inpatient Hospitalization, Partial Hospitalization
TRUST – Teenage Recovery, Understanding Sobriety through Treatment treats adolescents who have chemical dependency issues in addition to mental health problems. Many patients are struggling with substance or poly-substance dependency and are also dealing with mental health issues such as depression or anxiety. After a thorough evaluation the psychiatrist will determine the appropriate treatment approach for each teen.
- When a teen develops a pattern of repeated substance abuse, it can pose serious social and health risks, including
- School failure
- Problems with family and friends
- Loss of interest in normal health activities
- Impaired memory
- Increased risk of contracting an infectious disease (like HIV or hepatitis C) via risky sexual behavior or the sharing of contaminated injection equipment
- Very real risk of overdose death
The Trust Program is a licensed provider of both the Recovery Dynamics™ and Seven Challenges treatment approach.
Adolescents who are fully committed to sobriety will benefit greatly from the twelve steps cognitive-behavioral approach offered by Recovery Dynamics.
Seven Challenges is designed specifically for adolescents who are ambivalent about their alcohol and drug problems, to motivate and commit to change – and to support success in implementing the desired changes.
Both approaches help young people address their drug problems as well as their co-occurring life skills deficits, situational problems, and psychological problems.
The Multi-Disciplinary Treatment Team includes a psychiatrist, advanced practice nurse and nursing staff, licensed mental health therapist, dietician and recreational therapist.
Case Managers will assist with understanding treatment options, discharge planning, aftercare needs, and working with insurance carriers. The case manager will coordinate communication needs with the professionals you rely on at home, with your permission.
Referrals can be made by physicians, therapists, ministers, social service agencies or family members. Referrals are accepted 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week. Assessments can be completed at the hospital or mobile assessments are available by appointment.
Please call us at 270-843-1199 or 800-548-2621 to schedule a confidential assessment or for further information.