Our programs have one mission: Get teens back on track so
they can begin to refocus on healthy relationships at home,
at school, and in their communities.
Key Healthcare works with a majority of health insurance providers and depending on your plan, 100% of the costs may be covered. Verify your insurance to get more information about your coverage.
Key Healthcare provides multiple treatment programs for teens aged 14-17 in the greater Los Angeles area. Our team develops comprehensive, individualized treatment plans to ensure we’re meeting the unique needs of your child. During treatment, teens will attend individual, group, and family therapy to address all issues related to their condition.
Our intensive outpatient program takes place 3 hours per day for 3 days per week. As a part of our IOP treatment, teens will participate in individual, group, and family therapy sessions.
Our PHP takes place 8 hours a day for 5 days a week. This program is more intensive than IOP and provides teens with the structure and school experience needed to focus on their wellbeing.
Our male-only extended care program is a combination of our PHP and sober living. Teens will have access to 24/7 support as they attend school and treatment during the day and work on their recovery at night.
Our teen residential treatment program takes place over 45-60 days in a supportive and safe environment. This dual diagnosis program helps adolescent create positive change.
Knowledge and expertise are key to the success of our adolescent treatment programs. This is why we seek and renew various accreditations, affiliations and certifications related to our offerings. Our hope is that patients and families can trust the care we provide.
Anxiety is a normal part of life, and it’s important to remember that everyone experiences anxiety to some degree. However, for some teens, anxiety can become debilitating and interfere with their lives. This is why early treatment is important.
Depression is a serious mental health disorder that affects how teens think, feel, and behave. It can cause an overwhelming sense of sadness or hopelessness and can even lead to suicide. To prevent long-term serious consequences intervention is necessary.
During the teen years some adolescents begin to question their sexuality and may even develop gender dysphoria. Luckily, professional support can help.
Low self-esteem can have a negative impact on teens’ lives, leading to poor academic performance, difficulty making and keeping friends, and other issues. Treatment can help teens understand their worth and foster a healthy self-image.
School refusal is a behavior in which teens avoid going to school or stay home from school without permission. It can be caused by a variety of factors but it’s important to get help to ensure your teen’s success.
Self-harm is a coping mechanism that some teens use during their struggle with mental illness. There many different types of self-harm including burning, cutting, and substance abuse. Treatment can help your teen learn to copy in healthier ways.
Social anxiety disorder can cause teens to become fearful in social situations, leading to high levels of stress and avoidance of activities they enjoy. With the help of a professional, teens can learn to manage their anxiety and build resilience.
If a teen is exhibiting signs of suicide ideation, taking the situation seriously and getting help is key. Suicidal thoughts can be scary for both teens and parents, but treatment can help teens manage these feelings and develop coping strategies.
Traumatic events or experiences can have long-lasting effects on a teen’s mental health. A professional therapist for teens can help them process and heal from their trauma, as well as learn positive coping strategies.
Many teenagers turn to substances to help them cope with their mental health issues. This can lead to negative effects like overdose, hindered brain development, problems with physical health, and more. Key Healthcare is experienced in treating a variety of addictions, and provides dual diagnosis substance abuse treatment so your child can get the care they need to live a meaningful life.
If your teen is struggling with their mental health and substance abuse, our adolescent treatment programs can help. Schedule a consultation with us today to get more information about our programs and treatment center at a time that’s convenient for you.
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