Adolescent Behavioral Health Services

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How Do I Know if My Child Is Struggling and Needs Help?

How Do I Know if My Child Is Struggling and Needs Help?

To put it mildly, parenting a teenager is not always a walk in the proverbial park. From dealing with changes in their bodies, worries about school and issues with their friends, your once usually cheerful child has morphed into a surly teen who can be argumentative, moody and challenging.

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What Parents Should Know and Can Do to Support Their Child's Treatment

What Parents Should Know and Can Do to Support Their Child's Treatment

Dear parents and guardians, we invite you to learn more about what to expect upon arrival at our hospital, what your child will be doing here, what communication with your child will be like, what our visitation guidelines are, and what aftercare is. We want to help all parents and guardians feel prepared and know how to support their child visit at Aurora Behavioral Health.

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Outpatient Program for Adolescents

Outpatient Program for Adolescents

This Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a focused and comprehensive short term program that aims to decrease disruptive symptoms, reduce problem areas, and provide skills for more effective coping through a combination of process group therapy, psychoeducation, and psychiatric services.

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Inpatient Program for Adolescent Females

Inpatient Program for Adolescent Females

Our Youth Services Inpatient Program helps adolescent females develop the skills they need to manage life’s challenges. The program helps teen girls between 13 and 17 years old build meaningful friendships and learn how to deal with interpersonal challenges productively.

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