Key Transitions Adolescent Intensive Outpatient is one of our Teen Treatment Programs based in Los Angeles and is easily accessible to nearby locations like Brentwood, Santa Monica, Westwood, Pacific Palisades, and Beverly Hills. Our Teen IOP is a structured and comprehensive teen treatment program for teens aged 14-17. Our approach is a well-established, evidence-based outpatient treatment program for teens struggling with severe Substance Abuse, Behavioral Issues, or Mental Health Problems. Our adolescent outpatient program in Los Angeles provides a structured therapeutic environment and support for nine hours per week to help teens deal with problems more holistically, rather than weekly therapy sessions that tend to be more open-ended. A Teen IOP candidate should still be able to function in the community and at home but requires a more comprehensive adolescent treatment plan than individual treatment or group sessions. IOP is a great choice for adolescents struggling to get their lives back on track, who lack motivation, and who don’t listen. The stress of a struggling teen can be overwhelming, and if a therapist once a week isn’t working for your teen, then IOP is for you.
Key Transitions Adolescent Intensive Outpatient is one of our Teen Treatment Programs for depression, addiction, ADHD, mood disorder, substance abuse and other teen mental health issues. Based in Los Angeles our clients are from nearby locations like Brentwood, Santa Monica, Westwood, Pacific Palisades, and Beverly Hills. Our Teen IOP is a structured and comprehensive teen treatment program for adolescents between 14-17 years old who don’t require round-the-clock surveillance. Our intensive outpatient program in Los Angeles offers a well-established, evidence-based practice that provides multiple therapeutic modalities in a supportive environment for teens. After the clinical and medical assessment, teens take part in nine hours per week of individualized treatment plans. This helps teens deal with a wide range of issues more holistically, rather than weekly therapy sessions that tend to be more open-ended. We also support your adolescents academic success, and have on-site help during the day with dedicated time for homework and schoolwork.
It’s important to note that we do not mix group therapy sessions of teens that struggle from substance abuse with teens who are struggling with non-substance abuse issues.
Key Transitions accepts most PPO insurance plans, where up to 100% of treatment costs could be covered by insurance. We unfortunately do not accept Medi-Cal or Medicare plans.
If you have Medi-Cal or MediCaid here is a great resource for you:
IOP is a great choice for adolescents struggling to get their lives back on track, who lack motivation, and who don’t listen. The stress of a struggling teen can be overwhelming, and if a therapist once a week are not working for your teen, then IOP is for you.
The goal of our Los Angeles adolescent intensive outpatient program is to stabilize your teenager’s health and equip them with the knowledge, skills, and resources to help them feel good again. Our evidence-based outpatient treatment programs surround teens with experts and a multidisciplinary care team dedicated to helping them get well and stay well.
Our services include individual teen mental health treatment, teen depression treatment, family therapy, educational assistance, Implementing healthy new practices into adolescents’ daily routines. On a separate track we offer teen drug addiction programs with substance abuse treatment, a team to educate teens on drugs, which helps teens struggling with drug abuse learn about the disease of addiction and the dynamics of recovery. All programs include:
- Family sessions and Rebuilding healthy family relationships
- Resuming academic responsibilities and activities
Your adolescent will be in our teen outpatient program for an extended period (30 – 120 days). Before your teen is admitted to our program, you’ll be required to fill out an initial pre-assessment survey. This survey will help the clinical director to evaluate your child’s behavior, level of functioning and help us understand any underlying mental health conditions. Our teen IOP admissions team will ask several essential questions about your teenager’s personality and current functioning in the community. During this intake process, the gathered information from your teen will help us develop an appropriate teen treatment plan and create the best possible experience for you and your child.
Some important questions to ask yourself:
- Is your teen lying and stealing?
- Do you know the signs your teenager is taking drugs?
- How is your teenagers behavior at home?
- Why does my teenager stay in their room all the time?
- Are you familiar with teen personality disorder treatment?
- What are teenage cell phone addiction symptoms?
- Do I have a narcissistic teenager?
- Has there been any Teen Trauma experienced?
- Are there psychological effects of parents yelling at a teenager?
- Is the Teen Outpatient Program enough?
What is the Teen Partial Hospitalization Program?
As a parent, you’ll play a vital role in the teen outpatient program for your child. We invite family members to participate in family therapy which involves meeting with a therapist regularly. We see the most success with teenagers graduating from our Teen IOP program when the parents are involved. Change must happen on both sides, the teenager’s side and some adjustments on the parent’s side. Our family therapy is here to help coach you through challenging situations and support you as parents dealing with a struggling teen.
Family participation is a huge part of the Key Transitions teen outpatient program. We welcome all of your questions, and will help you bring harmony to your home.
During the 4-12 week Adolescent Intensive Outpatient treatment program, teenagers learn life-management skills, not just in a support group setting but with an innovative approach developed specifically for this age group.
The Key Transitions teen outpatient treatment helps adolescents learn to manage their social emotions, social behavior, and relationships through healthy life-management skills. To help adolescents and their families get the most out of school, we will help them develop the skills they need for daily functioning in complex learning environments. We encourage adolescents to develop their creative side, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills while encouraging them to apply these skills in “real world” situations.
Our Los Angeles adolescent outpatient program provides a safe space for teens dealing with mental illnes, teen depression, and addiction to share experiences and listen to one another. Our Teen Group Therapy environments are broken up into different tracks so those suffering from substance issues aren’t co-mingled with those with who suffer from non-drug related issues. This allows our therapy sessions to focus on the specific needs of each adolescent and helps adolescents put practical feedback into perspective. For adolescents in our teen outpatient program for substance abuse issues, this helps them mentally break free from drug and alcohol addictions, addictive behaviors, and appreciate sobriety.
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 is designed to promote healing, teach effective coping skills, and incite lasting and meaningful change.
If a therapist once a week isn’t working for your teen, then IOP is for you. Our Teen 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.
Teen Sober Living is an essential teen aftercare program & a critical step to ensure continued sobriety and personal growth. As a part of our weekly curriculum, each resident of our house attends school, therapy, groups, and attends activities ranging from going surfing to attending art museums.
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.
Our companions provide 24/7 mentoring support. We provide specialized mentors to work with clients who need to be monitored 24/7 and therapeutically supported to ensure their safety and/or maintain abstinence but may not be capable of attending a residential inpatient program.