Teensavers offers residential and outpatient programs for adolescents who suffer from substance abuse and/or emotional and behavioral issues. For over 35 years, we have provided a safe home environment that focuses on the right treatment for teens and their families
Teensavers Treatment Centers provide a safe and comfortable residential detox that is directly monitored by a medical doctor. (Learn More)
Substance abuse is now classified as a mental disorder, and it often co-occurs with some other type of mental illness in what is known as a dual diagnosis. (Learn More)
Our partial hospitalization program or PHP, is a highly structured outpatient program where patients receive treatment at least 5 days per week for no less than 6 hours per day. (Learn More)
Our residential treatment, also known as inpatient treatment, is a truly comprehensive and modern rehabilitation program. Everyone who enters our residential treatment is evaluated by both a medical doctor and a board certified psychologist. (Learn More)
The least restrictive of our treatment programs, Intensive Outpatient or IOP, consists of a minimum treatment of three days a week for three hours per day. Patients enrolled in IOP spend a large portion of their time out in the community. (Learn More)
Our five-phase approach is unique to teensavers. We understand that every teen is different and that more than one form of therapy may be needed to meet your teen’s specific needs.
Is your teen struggling with more than one psychological issue? He or she may have co-occurring disorders, which is something to take very seriously.Find Out More
It does not take much to become admitted. Take a look at the process and find out what a day at Teensavers would look like for your teen.Find Out More
If your teen needs help, don't wait. Get in touch with professionals who deal with teens, addiction and behavioral analysis on a day to day basis.Find Out More
The first question which the priest and the Levite asked was:
“If I stop to help this man, what will happen to me?”
But… the good Samaritan reversed the question:
“If I do not stop to help this man, what will happen to him?”
Martin Luther King, Jr.