Adolescent Substance Use Disorder Treatment


This outpatient program is for adolescents ages 12–18 who are still in school, and who have a substance use disorder, often in combination with mental health or emotional problem.
Program includes:

  • Group counseling
  • Individual counseling
  • Care coordination
  • Family programming
  • Drug screening
  • Peer-led alumni group support

Goals:

  • Partner with the youth to develop a therapeutic alliance
  • Develop a realistic plan for change, with goals and clear strategies geared toward adolescents, that promote a healthy lifestyle
  • Identify environmental and emotional triggers for use and mental health issues
  • Assist youth in developing new insight into behaviors and consequences
  • Develop age-appropriate strategies for change and practical coping skills to avoid relapse and increase the quality of life
  • Engage with the family and community to develop a solid support system and an effective continuing care plan
  • Teach and encourage ongoing solid skills use, good nutrition, exercise, and overall physical and emotional health
  • Teach and practice recreational and social activities that exclude the use of alcohol and other drugs

Duration:

Approximately 20 weeks depending on individual progress. Patients will be assessed for a programming level of need.

For more information on our programs and scheduling, please contact our coordinators.

For more information on our programs and scheduling, please contact our coordinators.

Adolescent Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program Schedule

Outpatient – ASAM Level 1.0:  is designed to help achieve changes in substance use or addictive behaviors addressing lifestyle, attitudes, and behaviors that have the potential to undermine the goals of treatment or impact the ability to cope with major life tasks without using substances. Clients may be in early recovery who need education about addiction or in ongoing recovery who need monitoring and continuing disease management.

Intensive Outpatient – ASAM Level 2.1: provides essential addiction education and treatment components while allowing clients to apply their newly acquired skills within “real world” environments. Clients may also effectively address co-occurring mental health and substance use conditions.

 

ASAM 2.1 Intensive Outpatient ASAM 1.0 Outpatient
  • Three three-hour groups a week.
  • One individual session a week to discuss treatment plan goals and core issues.
  • The length of programming is dependent on clinical progress, the average length is approximately 10 weeks.
  • One three-hour group a week.
  • One individual session every other week to discuss treatment plan goals and core issues.
  • The length of programming is dependent on clinical progress, the average length is approximately 10 weeks.

 

Group Structure:

Group will start and end promptly at the times noted. Ten-minute breaks at the top of each hour will be provided. During three-hour groups, there will be two ten-minute breaks.

 

Clinic Location ASAM 2.1 Intensive Outpatient ASAM 1.0 Outpatient
Apple Valley M, T, Th

3:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Wednesday

3:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Baxter M, W, Th

4 pm – 7 pm

Tuesday

4 pm – 7 pm

Big Lake N/A N/A
Bloomington N/A N/A
Cambridge N/A N/A
Coon Rapids M, T, Th

4 pm – 7 pm

Wednesday

4 pm – 7 pm

Dakota County

Juvenile Services Center

N/A T,TH

2:30 – 4:15 pm

M, W, F

8:30 – 9:30 am

M, W

10:45 – 12:45 pm

Duluth M, W, Th

4 pm – 7 pm

Tuesday

4 pm – 7 pm

Eden Prairie M, W, Th

4 pm – 7 pm

Tuesday

4 pm – 7 pm

Mankato N/A N/A
Maple Grove M, T, Th

4 pm – 7 pm

Wednesday

4 pm – 7 pm

Minnetonka N/A N/A
Moorhead N/A N/A
New Brighton M, W, Th

4 pm – 7 pm

Tuesday

4 pm – 7 pm

Otsego M, T, Th

4 pm – 7 pm

Wednesday

4 pm – 7 pm

Rochester N/A N/A
Sartell/ St. Cloud M, T, Th

3:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Wednesday

3:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Woodbury M, T, Th

4 pm – 7 pm

Wednesday

4 pm – 7 pm

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