24-Hour Crisis Hotline
If you or someone you love is in crisis, seek help immediately at our 24-hour crisis line, or call 911 for immediate assistance.
We offer an array of intensive treatment options for individuals requiring outpatient treatment for psychiatric disorders and chemical dependency:
Patients participate in both group and individual therapy sessions that operate Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 2:30 pm for approximately 7 to 10 days. Participants leave feeling more confident in their ability to handle their daily activities and responsibilities.
In addition to intensive group services for people struggling with substance abuse issues, we offer an early intervention program for individuals who are seeking education on chemical dependency and for those who may not meet the criteria for a clinical diagnosis of chemical dependency or substance abuse.
Our Chemical Dependency Program is an intensive short-term program for people with an addiction, usually requiring enrollment during weekdays over a 2-week period.
This program at Wolfson Children’s Hospital includes an intensive outpatient program designed to provide family centered care to children and adolescents who do not need the structure of an inpatient setting, yet require more intensive therapy than outpatient services. Therapeutic goals focus on helping patients and families develop strengths and make positive choices.