Teen Dual Diagnosis Substance Abuse Treatment in Los Angeles

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, two-thirds of teens drink alcohol before getting into their senior year of high school, and more than half of the teenagers admitted using an illegal drug. If your teen is abusing drugs or alcohol, it’s not only dangerous but it can also lead to addiction. Teen substance abuse can be an incredibly difficult problem to overcome without the right support. Luckily, with professional treatment many addicted teens manage to get their lives back on track.

Teen Drug and Alcohol Addictions

Teen Dual Diagnosis Treatment Programs

Our adolescent drug and alcohol treatment programs are designed to address the specific needs of the teenage population. Depending on the severity of your teen’s addiction and their mental health condition, our program may include individual counseling, group therapy, family counseling, and medication management. A variety of relapse prevention strategies and therapeutic activities, like yoga and music therapy, will also be used. Our clinical team is committed to helping teens in all stages of their journey, with the goal of long-term recovery. In severe cases, we may recommend our residential treatment center for teens where they can receive intensive care and support.

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Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol is one of the most commonly abused substances among teenagers and can have serious consequences. Our alcohol treatment program is designed to address the underlying issues that lead to drinking, such as family problems and mental health issues.

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Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine is a powerful stimulant drug and is especially dangerous for teenagers due to abuse potential. Our cocaine treatment program focuses on reducing cravings, teaching coping skills, and providing ongoing support to promote long-term recovery.

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Marijuana Addiction

Marijuana is one of the most commonly abused drugs by adolescents due to its sedative effects. Unfortunately, use can become compulsive and lead to addiction. The goal of our marijuana treatment program is to help teens build a healthier lifestyle without marijuana.

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Opioid Addiction

Opioid addiction is a growing problem among teens that can easily lead to addiction and overdose. Our opioid treatment program provides comprehensive care to help teens overcome their addiction while addressing the underlying cause of their opioid abuse.

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Xanax Addiction

Xanax is a commonly abused prescription drug among teens. Our Xanax treatment program focuses on helping teens understand the dangers of prescription drugs and providing them with the tools they need to make healthier, more informed decisions.

Teen Addiction Signs

Signs of Teen Substance Abuse

Drug addiction impairs the brain and body, making the teen perform poorly in different areas. It can be difficult to tell if your teen is struggling with substance abuse. Some common warning signs include:
  • Changes in behavior
  • Mood swings
  • Poor academic performance
  • Irritability
  • New or increased anxiety or depression
  • Stealing
  • Lying
  • Changes in sleep patterns
  • Changing friendships
  • Physical symptoms such as a runny nose, bloodshot eyes, or weight loss
If you think your teen might be abusing drugs or alcohol, it’s important that you talk to them about the dangers of drug use and get them help right away. Key Healthcare provides dual diagnosis outpatient teen substance abuse treatment in Los Angeles, CA. Our individualized treatment plans ensure your teenager recovers long-term. If you are interested in learning more about our treatment programs, contact us today.
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Insurances We Accept

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

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.

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.

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Key Healthcare Adolescent Outpatient Program

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Key Healthcare Adolescent Residential Treatment Center

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