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Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

The adolescent intensive outpatient program at Quail Run Behavioral Health provides a day-time recovery program for teens aged 12-17 in the Phoenix, Arizona, area.

Designed specifically to meet the unique and challenging needs of teens, your loved one will be treated by medical professionals who understand what they are going through and what type of help they need at our IOP for teens.

Reach out to us today at 602-455-5699 or 602-455-5697 to get started on your teen’s journey to better mental health through our adolescent intensive outpatient program for mental health.

Our Adolescent Outpatient Program

Our adolescent IOP focuses on providing continued support for recovery and helping your loved one take positive steps forward. The flexible yet structured daytime program allows each teen the opportunity to practice new skills at home and work on growth. 

Our treatment team works with the family to identify support systems and can help with making those connections for continued care during and after their time in an intensive outpatient treatment for teens.

You love your teen — let us help them continue on the path to recovery. Call us at 602-455-5699 or 602-455-5697 to get started, today.

Summer Adolescent IOP

The Summer Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), also known as the Summer Emotional Learning Camp, is a structured, short-term treatment program designed for teens (ages 12 to 17) who struggle in their day-to-day lives due to mental health issues.

Learn more about this program here. 

Our Program Features

The average length of stay in our teen intensive outpatient program tends to be between six to eight weeks. This curriculum-based program runs for three hours a day, three days a week, offering in-person support as well as a teen virtual IOP option. 

No one knows your teen quite as well as you, the family, so family participation and family therapy is a key component to our highly structured teen outpatient treatment program. Treatment for this level of care is led by a master’s-level therapist, and our team is dedicated to helping your loved one take positive steps forward. 

Mental Health Issues and Teens

If your teenager is experiencing mental health issues, getting help for them as soon as possible from a teen IOP could have a positive impact on the rest of their lives. 

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), nearly half of all people who experience a mental health disorder in their lifetime first started showing symptoms before the age of 14. Those who show signs of mental health issues early in their lives are impacted by those same mental health issues in the future — an intensive outpatient program for adolescents can help. 

Mental Illness Warning Signs in Teens and Adolescents

Knowing when your loved one may need help from a teen outpatient program can be difficult, but watching for the signs and symptoms of mental illness can be a good way to keep an eye out for deteriorating mental health. 

Some common mental health issues that can be helped by an outpatient program for teens include: 

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Mood disorders
  • Personality disorders
  • And more

Some signs your loved one may be dealing with a mental health issue and may need help from an intensive outpatient program for teens include: 

  • Lack of interest in previously enjoyed activities
  • Issues sleeping
  • Lack of appetite
  • Academic issues
  • Social isolation or withdrawal

Discover the Quail Run Difference with The Road Map to Peace of Mind

Located in Phoenix, Arizona, Quail Run is here to help your loved one with outpatient treatment for teens. We offer both in-person and online IOP services for adolescents ages 12-17 seeking outpatient services for various mental health disorders. 

Don’t wait to reach out to us about outpatient therapy for teens. Contact us today to discover the Quail Run difference by calling 602-455-5699 or 602-455-5697 or completing the contact us online