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Adolescent Drug Detox & Teen Drug Intervention

It’s been said that the human brain is not fully developed until a person reaches the age of 40. Imagine what drugs and alcohol do to adolescent and teenage development.

The risks of teenage alcoholism and teen mental health today mirror the same dangers faced by the general population in the United States.

Added pressures from online social interaction, unrealistic expectations of physical perfection, and growing familial dysfunction all play a role in what adolescents have to live with in their normal day-to-day. When at-risk young adults seek drugs or alcohol to help them cope, fit in, calm raging hormones, or quiet mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, or ADHD, it’s only a matter of time before it all spirals out of control.

If you have a loved one suffering from this kind of anguish, the Bright Future Recovery teen drug intervention and detox program, the first of its kind, fulfills the need.

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Age-Specific Treatment Meets
Teenagers Where They Are

Imagine how much more receptive your teenager will be when learning about the dangerous effects of drugs and alcohol from people who truly understand the social nuances and other challenges that exist today. It isn’t about explaining the damage done from an authoritative, controlling standpoint. Success happens when you open the door to conversation through compassion and a meeting of the minds. Not easy for a parent to do with their adolescent or teenager, but it’s what our peer-renowned health practitioners do and enjoy every day.

Adolescent Drug Intervention

Having that conversation with your son or daughter about binge drinking, obsession with prescription pills, or consistent weekend use of ecstasy isn’t what any parent expects to have to go through. Moreover, most teenagers won’t value what you tell them as it is almost a teenage rite of passage to dispel parental warnings. But the message about the need for help about teen drug abuse or teenage alcoholism is crucial and best delivered by partnering with a third-party interventionist.

Bright Future Recovery interventionists understand the hyper-sensitivities of young adults. We know how to massage the fragile emotions of your loved one living in an imbalanced state from chemical dependency and compromised mental health.

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Rehab for Teens with Integrative Solutions

One of the more difficult aspects for young people is the toxic overload of unhealthy distractions, be it through negative relationships, social media, and an overall sense of not meeting expectations or foreboding failure.

Our teen drug detox facility is a quaint and comfortable home-life setting located on an acre, amidst the backdrop of the best that nature and Northern California has to offer. It’s amazing how 7 to 10 days here brings to life the changes in a teen that every parent hopes for.

At the onset, we’ll do a thorough assessment of your teen’s health: physical, mental, and behavioral to help uncover any underlying concerns that also need to be addressed, in addition to the substance addiction. We provide 24/7 supervision to monitor and manage vital signs, withdrawal symptoms and medications as needed. Because after the physical detoxification, a treatment and recovery protocol must be created to ensure that an individualized path of sobriety is set and achievable.

Treatment options include:

  • Detox
  • Medication-assisted treatment
  • Inpatient residential
  • Intensive outpatient
  • Sober living
We work closely with licensed, well-recognized addiction treatment and mental health programs across the country to put your young adult at the right place, throughout their tiered journey through recovery. Our professional team helps safely transport every client from our teen drug detox facility to their next step in treatment.
 
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Understanding Emotional Disconnect and Teen Mental Health

Many parents have concerns over their adolescent’s inability to communicate effectively, whether it is coming from a place of disinterest, social anxiety, or being emotionally unavailable. During teen drug detox and treatment, we include individual and group therapies in a relaxed and safe environment. The delicate issues that affect teenagers today are brought to the surface and shared, to include: fear of failure, fear of success, feelings of inadequacy, personal loss due to death or divorce, hormonal changes, bullying, and more.

With teen-specific treatment, young adults are more likely to open up and share their thoughts, feelings and experiences with like-minded individuals who can understand what they’re going through.

Providing Life Skills to Better Cope

While no one can take away the mentally-compromising behaviors prevalent in our world today, Bright Future Recovery teen drug rehab provides the necessary tools to step away from reliance on substances. Here, people 12 to 17 years of age explore healthier outlets and gain motivational tools that boost self-esteem.

  • Massage therapy
  • Equine therapy
  • Cognitive therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Individual sessions

We include holistic therapies that provide a peaceful and appropriate emotional escape, to help avert stress and anxiety. In turn, these practices can easily be continued throughout treatment and recovery.

What is Equine Therapy?

Long-Term Strategies for Sustained Recovery

Many teenagers are already under the care of a family physician, psychiatrist, psychologist or counselor. We work in concert with your mental health practitioners and advise on the next steps in treatment and what’s needed to support sustained recovery.

We take private insurance and will be in network with Anthem®, Health Net®, and Aetna®.

Because addiction hurts the entire family, Bright Future Recovery staff provides solutions for parents, siblings, and others close to your loved one during detox to help avert stress and focus on sobriety. Sign Up for Info and Updates to Bright Future Recovery New Teen Detox Treatment Facility.

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