Adolescent Inpatient Treatment
Cenikor’s Adolescent Inpatient Treatment program provides treatment and education to adolescents age 13-17 whose lives have been impacted by a substance use disorder. Cenikor is committed to providing a program of comprehensive and quality services to achieve lasting changes that create healthy lifestyles and healthy families. Licensed clinical staff provide comprehensive services including screening, assessment, early intervention, issue-specific groups, individual therapy, recovery after-care services and more for teens experiencing substance dependence and dual diagnosis problems. Male and female adolescents are welcomed to the program but must be 13 to 17 years old at time of admission. Clients learn how to live with structure as behaviors and attitudes are addressed by peers and counselors. In addition, teens continue their education with qualified teaching staff in our on-site accredited school.
Program Available At This Location:
5629 Grapevine St.
Houston, TX 77085
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Adolescent Outpatient Services
Cenikor’s Adolescent Outpatient Services programs provide treatment and education to adolescents and their families whose lives have been impacted by a substance use disorder. Our Adolescent Program provides intensive outpatient services that provide recovery and mental health services to adolescents on an individual, group or family basis. Licensed clinical counselors conduct evidence-based outpatient group counseling programs for adolescents age 13-17 and their families. Our outpatient satellite model makes recovery services available in under-served communities.
Program Available At These Locations:
2414 Bunker Hill Drive,
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
1530 S. SW Loop 323, Suite 125
Tyler, TX 75701
3416 Hillcrest Drive
Waco, TX 76708
Workforce Development with Adolescents
All clients in the Adolescent program (13-17) attend career development groups on a weekly basis conducted by licensed professionals that use a variety of techniques to meet varying learning styles. Career development groups cover topics including setting short-term versus long-term career goals, work etiquette, ethics, appropriate dress, interviewing strategies with role playing activities, resume writing skills, educational opportunities, financial responsibility, as well as, money management principles. We understand that teaching adolescents the life skills needed to be successful adults will serve them for a lifetime, and aid them in their long-term recovery.