Treatment Options for Kids & Teens
Spring Mountain Behavioral Services offers a spectrum of services for children and teens age 5 to 11 who are experiencing psychiatric or behavioral issues that are disrupting their lives at home and school. Our Child Inpatient and Adolescent Inpatient programs provide stabilization for reactive behavioral problems, acute psychiatric issues, and substance use disorders. For teens who don’t require around-the-clock care or are looking to step down to a lower level of care after inpatient treatment, our Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program provides structured care that still allows them to go home and participate in their community. Family participation is key to the success of all these programs, so we work with parents/guardians to create targeted plans for care during treatment and after patients are finished at our facility.
CHILD INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM
The Children’s IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program) at Spring Mountain is a comprehensive, structured therapeutic program for children ages 9-11.
The program is a short-term intervention for children who require immediate counseling and therapy, but whose needs are not severe enough for inpatient treatment. Our team will assess children and develop a treatment plan, which focuses on therapy needs and medications, if
necessary. We provide a supportive environment in which they can learn healthy coping skills and self-awareness. In addition, the program serves as a bridge between inpatient hospitalization and outpatient counseling to allow for an easier transition.
For children experiencing childhood behavioral and emotional disorders
- anxiety disorder
- attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- conduct disorder
- mood disorder
- oppositional defiant disorder (ODD)
Help is a Call Away
Our Admissions Specialists are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide no-cost mental health assessments. Call us at 702-322-1919 or visit our facility to get started. You can also use our online contact form for program inquiries. In the case of a medical emergency or crisis, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.