Evergreen Path is a residential program for both boys and girls, ages thirteen to seventeen, seeking treatment for substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. Evergreen Path also takes those with primary mental health disorders.
If the teenager in your life is battling mental health issues, addiction, or a combination of the two, the time to reach out for professional help is now.
What to Expect at Evergreen Path
All adolescents coming to Evergreen Path for treatment enter our program at the residential level of care. They must have safely detoxed from drugs and alcohol before arriving for treatment. A member of our medical team will be present during the admissions process to ensure each adolescent client’s health and safety.
From there, our clinical team will employ a combination of evidence-based and holistic treatment modalities to ensure that your teen has the tools they need to achieve genuine, long-term wellness. Our aim at Evergreen Path is to provide teenagers with education skills while helping them work on emotional regulation, learning effective communication skills, identifying healthy boundaries, and rebuilding family support systems. Among the specific approaches we utilize, you will find:
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Dialectical behavior therapy
- Family therapy
- Motivational interviewing
- Group therapy
- Emotional disorders
- Transgender services
- Mental Health services
- Substance abuse
- Trauma informed care