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Intensive Outpatient & Partial Hospitalization Programs at ClearFork Academy

At ClearFork Academy, we provide holistic teen rehabilitation services that prioritize long-term recovery and personal growth. Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) are specially designed to support teens during crucial stages of their recovery journey. At ClearFork Academy we understand that the journey to recovery can feel like a lonely one and take a toll on the mental health of the entire family, we are here to walk the journey with you and your teen. Our outpatient rehab serves as a crucial bridge between inpatient care and returning to normal life, providing the essential support and guidance to navigate this transition successfully.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Our Partial Hospitalization Program functions as a mid-point for teens who are ready to move beyond full-time residential treatment but could still benefit from a more intensive support structure. For individuals stepping down from full-time residential treatment, this step-down process aids in long-term recovery as it allows for teens to return to their new everyday lives while providing structured treatment. Our PHP program consist of four hours of group therapy, individual therapy, and family therapy, as clinically appropriate. This model allows teens to continue their recovery while transitioning to their regular home and school environment. In this PHP program, our experienced clinicians use evidence-based treatment approaches, ensuring your teen receives the best care possible. We take a personalized approach to addiction recovery, understanding that every teen’s journey is unique. Our PHP program incorporates music, art and yoga therapy along with process groups that focus on positive mental health and psychoeducational groups that will aid in achieving long-term sobriety.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Similar to our Partial Hospitalization Program, our Intensive Outpatient Program provides a balanced approach to substance abuse treatment, allowing teens to live at home and maintain their day-to-day. This IOP program can serve as a step-down process after completion of PHP program and includes three hours of group therapy, individual therapy, and family therapy as clinically appropriate. Our IOP program focuses on your teen’s emotional growth and coping skills development.

Our Approach

At ClearFork Academy, we understand that recovery involves more than just overcoming addiction. It’s about helping teens rediscover their self-worth, reach a balanced mental health and develop the tools they need to build a healthy and fulfilling future. Our treatment programs incorporate a variety of therapeutic modalities, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and experiential therapies like art, music, and yoga therapy.

Whether your teen is just starting their recovery journey, or they’re transitioning out of residential treatment, ClearFork Academy is here to provide the necessary support. Contact us today to learn more about our teen residential, PHP, and IOP rehab programs and take the first step towards a brighter future and long-term sobriety.

Benefits of Teen Outpatient Programs at Clearfork Academy

At Clearfork Academy, we recognize the struggle of accepting that you have a problem with mental health or substances and need to seek treatment. Many of our staff have recovered from addiction themselves and found healing through intensive outpatient treatment approaches. Addiction is a powerful force, but we believe that through our intensive outpatient program, you can recover.

Outpatient treatment programs like ours at Clearfork Academy particularly help young people with certain mood disorders or who are in the early stages of substance abuse or addiction. If teenagers fall into substance abuse when they are young, there is an increased risk that they will suffer from addiction or mental health issues later in life. It is essential to consider a teen outpatient program as early as possible.

Our teen intensive outpatient treatment program allows you to be flexible with your treatment process. You may attend school or have commitments that prevent you from spending much time in treatment. From art therapy to group therapy, we will design a treatment program to meet your needs.

We understand the teen years are a particularly difficult time in your life. Our mission is to treat teens with substance abuse and addiction so that they can develop healthy coping skills to live a happy and healthy life in whichever way they choose.

How Our Outpatient Programs Work

Our intensive outpatient programs aim not to disrupt your life too much. You will have an assessment with a medical professional to understand your needs and your life so that we can fit our outpatient services and mental health care around academic, family, or extracurricular activities. We offer fully individualized treatment programs that take into account any mental health condition you may also have. We even offer the option for you to attend therapy sessions virtually.

In the Clearfork Academy teen intensive outpatient program, you will receive medical monitoring of your withdrawal symptoms, medication, and any mental health concerns so that you can remain as safe and comfortable as possible, even from your own home.

Signs That My Child Might Benefit From Outpatient Programs

It is important to recognize the early signs of substance abuse and addiction so that your teenager can get treatment as soon as possible. People tend to hide signs, but some to look out for include:

  • Dramatic physical or emotional changes such as weight changes or mood swings
  • Losing interest in activities they used to enjoy, such as sports, music, or other hobbies
  • Problems at school, such as an unexplained decrease in performance and skipping school
  • Getting into trouble with the law, such as driving under the influence or stealing
  • They are struggling with mental health issues such as anxiety disorders, mood disorders, eating disorders, or depression

What Is Outpatient Rehab and How Does It Differ From Inpatient Rehab?

Intensive outpatient programs are where you live at home outside of treatment hours. This is different from inpatient treatment programs, where you stay at the treatment center 24/7 for the duration of your treatment.

An intensive outpatient program may suit those who are in the early stages of addiction and have a strong support network with friends and family who are not using substances.

FAQs About Teen Outpatient Treatment

Below are some commonly-asked questions about Clearfork Academy and the typical teen experience during treatment. If you don’t see your question below, please click here to see all FAQs or reach out to us directly for more information.

The best way to motivate a teen to start intensive outpatient therapy is by engaging in honest conversations with them. If your teenage child understands that they can trust you and that you genuinely want to understand their issues, they will be more open to teen outpatient treatment.

We believe that money should never be a barrier to treatment. If your teenage child is well suited to our intensive outpatient programs, we will do everything we can to make sure that they can join us. We also accept a wide range of insurance plans.

We make sure that our teen outpatient treatment fits around school life. Our outpatient treatment hours are Wednesday to Friday, 5 pm to 8 pm, and we also offer treatments virtually.

The length of any intensive outpatient program is tailored to each individual’s needs, so it could last from a few weeks to a few months, depending on the person. Adolescent mental health is one of our priorities, so we will never rush teen outpatient treatment.

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