Integrated Co-Occurring Treatment for Youth
Integrated Co-Occurring Treatment for Youth – ICT
The teenage years are particularly troublesome for teens with drug and mental health problems."
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The teenage years challenge every young person. But they are particularly troublesome for teens who have both drug and mental health problems.
To meet their needs, Door to Hope’s licensed therapists and behavioral health staff must have credentials and experience in both mental health and substance abuse treatment. They must also be patient, compassionate professionals.
Prior to establishing Integrated Co-occurring Treatment® (ICT), teens in Monterey County had little resources for help. Founding ICT reflects Door to Hope’s heritage of bringing new and much-needed services to the county.
ICT services begin with home visits by our professional staff. These continue throughout the treatment process. Working with adolescents and their families in their homes, and in other frequented environments such as schools, provides an invaluable basis for assessing and treating their individual needs.
By seeing these young people as they live their daily lives, our staff can identify the precise nature of the problems, build trust, establish rapport and accurately craft unique solutions specific to each teen.
Comprehensive Assistance and Resources
Our comprehensive assistance ranges from something as simple as helping a teen get to school on time to more significant issues such as probation problems.
Our program provides a moderate to high level of care for teens with multiple, troubling problems. Treatment is intensive and highly flexible, including nights and weekends when required. Since a teen may experience an urgent need or a crisis at any time or any day, our staff is on call to respond. While treatment is usually from 12 to 24 weeks for the intensive phase, the program continues beyond that point to support teens as they learn to maintain recovery.