Clearfork AcademyIntensive outpatient treatment is a perfect fit for teens who may be struggling in the early stages of addiction or substance abuse and need support and guidance to avoid longer-term issues.
“Because we loved you so much, we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well.”
1 Thessalonians 2:8
Intensive Outpatient Program
Located in Fort Worth, Texas
Perhaps your teen is suddenly struggling in school. Likely he or she is showing dramatic physical or emotional changes such as weight loss or unexplained mood swings. Are the passions that once held their interest – activities such as sports, music, or hobbies – suddenly of no interest whatsoever? Maybe they have been caught skipping school, stealing from relatives, or drinking or using drugs.
These are often some of the early warning signs of addiction or substance abuse. Every teen who struggles with addiction, and every family member affected by it, deserves help and a chance to heal. At Clearfork Academy, that is our passion; providing treatment for teen males, females and their families and providing a New Legacy.
For male and female teens ages 13-18 who may need treatment that ﬁts around academic, family, or extracurricular commitments or aren’t ready for full-time residential treatment, we offer personalized teen outpatient treatment that provides the same therapy and Christ-centered guidance on a more ﬂexible schedule.
Treatment Hours are Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 5 PM to 8 PM. We offer both in person and virtual IOP programming.
Our licensed therapists meet individually with our teens to help them understand the underlying causes of their addiction, as well as positive, life-affirming behaviors for lasting change.
Group therapy provides the opportunity for teens to bond with fellow residents, understand that they are not alone in their addiction recovery journey, and receive support from their peers.
Support from family is critical for any teen to recover from substance abuse and addiction, and we encourage families to participate in our recovery programs through ongoing visits.