Teen Residential Treatment For Adolescents near Chino Hills California

At Key Healthcare, we understand the unique challenges that teenagers face. Picture this: a haven where your journey to wellness is our top priority. Our 45 to 60-day teen residential treatment program is crafted with care and precision, focusing on what we call ‘dual diagnosis treatment.’ This special approach helps your adolescents grapple with more than one challenge at a time.

Imagine therapists, psychiatrists, and educational consultants – the very best in their fields – all recommending our program. Why, you ask? Because we use what’s known as ‘evidence-based clinical modalities.’ These are scientifically proven methods to help your teen overcome their symptoms, such as bloodshot eyes, mood swings, eating disorders, anxiety, irritability, and self-harm. Among these methods are Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Comprehensive Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). These therapies are like tools, empowering your teen to navigate through tough times and emerge stronger.

Here, in our supportive and nurturing environment, your teen is not just another face. You’re an individual with unique needs and aspirations. Our team is dedicated to helping you heal, grow, and rediscover your strengths.

At Key Healthcare [licensed and regulated by the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS)], we’re not just treating symptoms; we’re nurturing futures. Your journey to recovery is a story waiting to be written, and we’re here to help you author a chapter of resilience and hope. Contact us now.

Key Healthcare Teen Residential Treatment Center

Up to 100% of the Costs Covered by Insurance

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.

Insurances We Accept

We may accept additional California insurance plans

What Conditions Can Chino Hills Residential Programs for Teens Treat?

At Key Healthcare, our specialized Chino Hills residential program for teens addresses a range of significant challenges, combining medical expertise with compassionate care. The conditions we frequently treat include:

For families and parents living in Vellano, Los Serranos, Butterfield Ranch, Oakridge, Rolling Ridge, Pinehurst, Fairfield Ranch, Summit Ranch, Carbon Canyon, and Hunters Hill, if you’re observing these challenges in your teens, we encourage you to reach out to us. Our team of professionals is equipped to provide the necessary support for your teen’s journey towards recovery.


What to Expect During Our Teen Residential Treatment Program

Key Healthcare’s dual diagnosis residential program for teens takes place over the course of 45-60 days, and can assist with travel arrangements from Chino Hills, California. We offer comprehensive treatment that is tailored to the individual needs of each teen. Our team is made up of experienced clinicians, therapists, and other professionals who will provide teens with the support and guidance they need to make positive changes. The program utilizes evidence-based clinical modalities such as acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) to help teens overcome their challenges.

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Teens will have access to weekly individual therapy with a licensed counselor. They’ll be able to explore their emotions and gain insight into how their thoughts and behaviors are impacting their life.

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Group therapy is a core component of our treatment program. During these sessions, teens will have the opportunity to share their experiences and learn from one another in a safe and supportive environment.

Surf Therapy for Teen Development


We also offer a variety of holistic and adventure therapies such as yoga, art therapy, surf therapy, hiking, music production, and more. These activities can help teens reduce stress and gain a greater sense of self-awareness and their passions.

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A healthy diet and regular exercise are essential for both physical and mental health. All of our residential treatment facilities provide three daily healthy meals, healthy snacks, and access to exercise facilities.

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The family unit plays a vital role in the treatment process. Our experienced therapists work with families to address communication issues, build healthy boundaries, and develop new coping skills that support long-term recovery.

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We provide academic support services to help teens stay on top of the schoolwork they’re missing while in our program. Curriculum and credit recovery are provided through Mission Academy School, and our staff is there to help support your child's studies.

Our Chino Hills, CA, Therapists for Adolescent Residential Treatment

Key Healthcare prides itself on a dedicated team of experts who work round-the-clock to ensure your teen’s well-being. Our staff comprises the leadership team, licensed teen therapists, educational professionals, and caring support staff. Learn more about our experienced team and how they work to support your teen during recovery.

Meet the Team

We believe that the effectiveness of the treatment program relies heavily on the bond between the teen and their therapist, rather than solely on the clinical modalities and various therapeutic techniques employed. That is why our staff members are relatable, resourceful and fearless when it comes to finding creative solutions for each client.

Leadership Team

Dr. David Jacobson, PsyD, LCSW

David Jacobson (Dr. David), PsyD, LCSW, proudly possesses a rich 14-year history as a Clinical Director and researcher, focusing on Adolescent Mental Health and Substance Use at Key Healthcare.

Dr. Gregory Barnett, MD

Dr. Gregory Barnett, MD, is a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist, in his role as the Medical Director at Key Healthcare, Dr. Barnett is dedicated to providing unparalleled clinical and psychiatric care.

Vinsent Franke, CADC-II, MBA

Vincent Franke leverages 15 years of operational expertise to uphold Key Healthcare’s commitment to delivering top-tier care and expert-level treatment to all clients.

Michelle Smith

In her role as VP of Clinical Partnerships, Michelle is dedicated to advancing the mission of Key Healthcare by forging strategic alliances with clinical partners committed to delivering exceptional care to adolescents and their families.

Ryan Blivas

Ryan Blivas is a behavioral healthcare entrepreneur and teen mental health advocate who is passionate about finding solutions to combat the teen mental health crisis in America.

Evan Powell

Evan Powell is one of the co-founders of Key Healthcare in Los Angeles, CA. Inspired by his own treatment journey, he and Ryan set out to change the narrative for clients, and help them find a brighter path.

Clinical & Medical Team

Chanelle Catuogno,  ACSW

Chanelle specializes in trauma therapy, trained in ACT (Acceptance Commitment Therapy) and brings years of experience from private practice to her role at Key Healthcare.

Rocky Trombetti, MA, AMFT

Rocky serves as a family and group therapist within the adolescent treatment programs at Key Healthcare, specializing in supporting teens through their journey to recovery.

Amanda Ebersberger, AMFT

Amanda Ebersberger, AMFT, APCC, is a clinical therapist from Southern California with a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, Los Angeles.

James Wilcox, MA, AMFT

James Wilcox is a dedicated family and group therapist within the Teen Treatment Programs at Key Healthcare, providing specialized support to adolescents as they navigate their path to recovery.

Jordan Werner, AMFT

Jordan possess particular expertise in treating borderline personality disorder, anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, relationship challenges, and trauma-related experiences.

Matt Cox, CADAC -I

Matt is an experienced operations expert with a vast knowledge of both Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders.

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Matt Metcalf is a DBT Program Director at Key Healthcare. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has worked with adolescents and their families for over 15 years.

Phillip Codd

With years of experience in all levels of the care continuum, Phil leverages his knowledge and experience of Quality Assurance and Compliance to ensure operational excellence at Key Healthcare’s Outpatient Facility.

Knowledge and Expertise is Key

Our Accreditations and Affiliations

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 trust the care we provide.

Chino Hills Teen Substance Abuse Therapy & Counseling

The teenage year is an amalgamation of two factors:

  • One is opportunities (like personal growth, building resilience, and self-discovery.)
  • The other one is challenges (bullying, school stress, family pressure, and SUD).

However, not all teens easily sail smoothly through these factors (adolescent years).

And when these issues are raised to a certain level, the professional help is required.

Hence, we have compiled a list of therapists/counselors based out of Chino Hills that can prevent minor issues from becoming worse.

Chino Hills Teen Therapist/CounselorLicense & Verification
Anita RogersLicense No. 47320
Dianne TibergLicense No. 48449

Note: We’ve carefully verified each therapist to ensure you get advice you can trust. Every therapist is active, licensed, and approved by the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA).

We’re Here for Chino Hills Families

Resources and Support Chino Hills, CA

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Emergency Response/Hotline Information Across Chino Hills

  • When your teen is caught in the grip of an overdose or a mental health crisis, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. But remember, your calm presence and quick thinking can make a real difference.
  • First things first, focus on keeping your teen calm. Reassure your teen that you’re there for them, and that help is coming. If it’s safe, move them to a spot away from immediate harm. If they’ve passed out or are having trouble breathing, roll them onto their side—it’s a simple move that can save their life.
  • In times like these, every second counts. Don’t hesitate to call 911 if you suspect an overdose or if the symptoms of their mental health are getting worse. Your quick action could be the difference between life and death.

988 Suicide Crisis & Lifeline

  • A network of 12 California Lifeline Crisis Centers offers free, confidential emotional support to individuals (including your teens) calling 988 from all 58 counties.
  • These centers are there to help your teens during a mental health or behavioral health crisis.
  • Staff and volunteers are available 24/7, every day of the year. They start by checking the caller’s risk of suicide, using guidelines from NSPL.
  • Then, they help calm the individual down and provide information and referrals to their local community resources in their counties.

Coalition for Youth

  • Whenever your teen feels no one understands them or they’re overwhelmed and need someone to talk to, contact Coalition for Youth.
  • This is especially important if they are considering running away or hurting themselves or others. They can guide them on how to manage these crises effectively.
  • Call at – 8008435200.
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Support Groups


Through ESA, i.e., education, support, and advocacy, NAMI helps individuals (your teen) and your families who are affected or struggling with mental illness through their:

  • In-person classes
  • Support groups
  • Virtual programs

Furthermore, you can also call at their free emotional support line – (909) 600-6264.

Recreation, Reading Programs, and Community Centers for Chino Hills Teens

Did you know that teens need at least an hour of active play every day to grow up healthy and strong? That’s right! National recommendations say 60 minutes of vigorous heart-pumping physical activities are just what the doctor ordered for our teens to thrive today and tomorrow.

But here’s the thing—not all this activity happens during school hours. That’s where our neighborhood spots, like the reading programs, community, and recreation centers in Chino Hills, come into play. These facilities are more than just playgrounds or learning spots; they have the key capacity to meet youth’s mental and physical needs.

Imagine a place (an atmosphere) where the school is out, fun is in, and teens also have access to memoirs of individuals (Augusten Burroughs Dry: A Memoir) who have beaten addiction! That’s what the centers and programs offer. They’re not just about sports; they’re about creating moments where your teens can just be teens, exploring and enjoying life with laughter and friends rather than experimenting with addictive substances.

Note: Don’t forget to check out the fees associated with these centers.

Education and Mental Health for Chino Hills Teens


Counseling Details
Chino Hills High SchoolCounseling Information
Ayala High SchoolCounseling Information

Furthermore, they are part of the Chino Valley Unified School District.

Finding the right high school is a big phase for families and teens in Chino Hills. But apart from this, one of the main reasons why high schools are imperative is because of school counselors. School counselors play a major role in shaping the mental health of adolescents.

But wait, there’s more; due to their completion of practicum and internship in a K-12 school setting along with practical experience, they actively collaborate with different healthcare professionals and stakeholders with one motive to support students’ mental health needs.

Note: The schools mentioned above are solely for informational purposes. Key Healthcare is not affiliated with them. In curating our list of schools, we considered a wide array of factors, including test scores, equity, feedback from parents, and the school curricula.

Find Your Teenager's Fitness Flow in Chino Hills

Note: Key Healthcare is not affiliated with any of these fitness spots. Our team has selected these resources after following a thorough screening process to ensure they meet our standards for quality and effectiveness in supporting teen physical health and well-being.

Have you ever heard the saying, “healthy body, healthy mind”? Turns out, there’s a lot of truth to it. The American Psychological Association (APA) has clearly found that exercise can have a profound impact on our mental well-being. It’s not just about youthful and glowing skin; it’s about feeling good. Exercise, when merged with other treatments, can help teens ward off depression, manage stress, produce dopamine, and even battle serious issues like substance use disorder (SUD).

And Chino Hills is a community rich with spots for health, dance, and fitness centers. To name a few:

Fitness SpotOfficial Website
24 Hour Fitness24hourfitness.com
Planet Fitnessplanetfitness.com
WEBBY Dance Companywebbydancechino.com
VCMA Villatoro Champion Martial Artsvcmachinohills.com

What is Teen Residential Treatment?

The Key Healthcare Teen residential treatment center for Chino Hills California adolescents is a form of long-term mental health care for adolescents aged 13 to 17. This treatment typically takes place in a specialized residential facility where teens are provided 24/7 care and support. We create specialized teen residential treatment programs for each individual, intending to help teens conquer their issues and reach their full potential to live a healthy, productive life.

Chino Hills California Teen Residential Treatment FAQ’s

How do Chino Hills residential treatment centers for teens involve family members in the treatment process?
At Key Healthcare, we understand the importance of family involvement in teen residential treatment. We do everything possible to keep families connected through comprehensive approaches such as family therapy, parent education programs, ongoing communication and support groups--all working together towards a shared goal: establishing an encouraging environment for successful recovery.
What type of support does Key Healthcare provide for families dealing with the impact of their teen's struggles?
Key Healthcare is dedicated to helping families through the trying times of teenage struggles. Our team provides an array of resources, such as family therapy and parent education programs for greater comprehension, consistent communication about progress updates, and can recommend support groups that promote a sense of connectivity with others in similar circumstances. We strive to empower parents by equipping them with effective strategies so they can foster their teen's recovery path while creating nurturing home environments.
What kind of aftercare support and resources are available for Chino Hills teens who have completed the Key Healthcare teen residential treatment program?
At Key Healthcare, we recognize that the journey to recovery is not complete with mere completion of a residential treatment program. That's why our Teen Extended Care program provides a sober living environment, gearing adolescents with the resources to help them transition back home to Chino Hills as smoothly as possible. Family counseling services as well as referrals are often made in order to bridge teens toward local community resources aimed at aiding sustained progress on the path towards solace.
What is the average cost of a residential treatment program for teens living in Chino Hills, and are there any financial assistance options available?
The average cost of a residential treatment program for Chino Hills teens coming to Key Healthcare varies depending on factors such as program duration, services provided, and several additional factors.. Financial assistance options, including insurance coverage, scholarships, and payment plans, may be available to help families manage the cost of treatment. Verify your insurance here
What is the admissions process for enrolling my teen into Key Healthcare’s residential treatment center?
Contact us to confidentially speak with one of our admissions directors, or learn more about our admissions process here. If we’re not the right fit, we can connect you to several highly vetted resources in Chino Hills California.
What types of insurance does Key Healthcare accept for residential treatment for teens living in Chino Hills California?
We accept most PPO insurance plans and a wide range of insurance plans from all over the USA for Teen Residential Treatment: Humana One, Cigna, Aetna, Anthem, Blue Cross BlueShield, Health Net, Value Options. You can verify your insurance here
Are there specialized treatment programs for 15 year old boys with specific issues like substance abuse, behavioral problems, or mental health concerns?
Yes, we create individual treatment programs for every individual. So if your son is 15 years old and attending our residential treatment program, he’ll have an individualized treatment program created specifically for him and his needs.
Will the program provide education and academic support for 17 year old boys during their stay?
Yes, for 17 year old boys, or any age group / gender we have academic support throughout the adolescents stay.
How long is the average length of stay for a Chino Hills California 14 year old girl in residential treatment?
Age doesn’t typically play a role in length of stay. So if your daughter is 14 years old, the avg. stay for teen girls / teen boys / gender neutral teens is 45-60 days. It all depends on the needs and program for the specific adolescent.
How are the needs of LGBTQ+ 14 year olds addressed in a teen residential treatment program?
Just like any other age group or gender, we have specialized programs individually created for our LGBTW adolescent clients that cater specifically to their needs.
What is the admission process like for 16 year old girls in residential treatment?
The admission process for a 16 year old girl is the same for a 16 year old boy, or a 16 year old LGBTQ+ adolescent. You can read more about our admissions process here.
My teen is out of control, Where can I send my out of control teen?
If your teenager is out of control, contact us to learn about our residential treatment for teens.
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