Treatment is a collaborative process that includes the teen, their family, and referral sources working together with the clinical staff. The program is flexible and allows for individualized treatment options to ensure the best possible outcome for the teen.
Our Intensive Outpatient Program is six or more hours a week and is generally three days per week. While the program provides a high level of treatment components, they are scheduled to avoid (as much as possible) the typical activities of teens and allows teens to maintain a relatively normal life.
Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program: What Is It?
Four Rivers Behavioral Health provides an outpatient treatment option for adolescents and young adults who have a substance abuse problem or a mental health concern in conjunction with substance abuse. While we offer substance abuse services for all ages, we have specific care options for clients who are 16 to 25 years old.
Treatment is a collaborative process that includes the young adult, their family, and referral sources working together with the clinical staff. Treatment programs are flexible and allows for individualized treatment options to ensure the best possible outcome for the teen.
Four Rivers Behavioral Health
Four Rivers Behavioral Health offers a variety of programs designed specifically for children and teens. In addition to the Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program, Four Rivers Behavioral Health offers a Partial Hospitalization Program for adolescents, a complete Testing & Assessment Center to help determine the best course of action for children with mental health concerns as well as an entire clinical staff dedicated to children who need behavioral health treatment.
Four Rivers Behavioral Health is a private, not-for-profit agency providing comprehensive, integrated mental health, substance abuse and developmental disability services to promote the health and quality of life for consumers in Ballard, Calloway, Carlisle, Fulton, Graves, Hickman, Livingston, Marshall, and McCracken counties. Any individual in need is eligible to receive services without regard to race, religion, disability, national origin, or gender.