The Key Transitions Teen Treatment Program is designed to help support teens and young adults struggling with mental health, depression, family issues, behavioral issues, and substance use. Our Teen Outpatient, Teen Transitional Living, and Teen/Young Adult Mentoring Program offer individualized solutions to help those in need.
Ryan Blivas & Evan Powell
Founders of Key Transitions
Teen Partial Hospitalization (PHP) provides a higher level of care than IOP and immerses your teen in a structured treatment program eight hours per day, five days per week. Our PHP promotes healing, teaches effective coping skills, and incites lasting and meaningful change.
If a therapist once a week isn’t working for your teen, then IOP is for you. Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a structured treatment program three times per week designed for teens aged 13-17 who struggle in their day-to-day lives due to Substance Abuse, Behavioral, and Emotional Issues.
Key Housing is our teen rehab aftercare program that provides structured transitional aftercare for teen boys, ages 13-17, who have recently completed wilderness or primary treatment for Addiction, Behavioral or Mental Health Issues. In the teen rehab aftercare program, adolescents can expect to participate in daily workouts, self-care, chores, sobriety meetings, and more. This Teen Sober Living environment also offers therapy, mentorship, structure, and positivity.
Mentoring is an individualized therapeutic support service for at-risk individuals ages 13-35. This big brother/big sister program operates outside the box of traditional therapeutic solutions. We provide one-on-one customized care by pairing clients with a mentor who uniquely understands their lived experience.
Dr. Meghain Jane
Lauren Dummit LMFT
Alex Angle,MA, AMFT
Miri Jedeikin, MA, AMFT
Hannah Rodriguez MA/LPCC
Connor Gray CADAC-I
Ben Edwards LMFT
Key Transitions Teen Treatment Center in Westwood Los Angeles has helped hundreds of struggling adolescents since opening in 2015. We’ve made it our life’s mission to help struggling youth find joy in everyday life, create a structure for themselves, and become mentally strong enough to deal with adversity.
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