Residential Treatment Center
Residential Rehabilitation Program
Children and teens can experience behavior, emotional, mental health problems that are real and painful. These challenges can disrupt them from functioning at home, school and in the community. If you are looking for a safe residential rehabilitation program for your child to receive the individual time and attention they need to recover, you’ve come to the right place.
Established in 1988, Willow Springs Center is a 116-bed, secured residential treatment center for children and teens, ages 5 through 17. Accredited by the Joint Commission, Willow Springs has a proven record for providing leading edge and exceptional psychiatric treatment options for patients and their families. We are committed to providing innovative, evidence-based therapeutic interventions, tailored to individual needs, which represent a wide range of clinical modalities and structure. We provide intensive individual, group and family psychotherapy and are deeply invested in transformational change.
Our staff is comprised of highly trained professionals who work together as an interdisciplinary team to provide coordinated care, support and guidance for each patient through treatment. The clinical team is led by a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist who will provide thorough assessments and medication management, as necessary.
Some of the diagnoses and symptoms we treat include:
- Bipolar Disorder
- Anxiety Disorders
- Schizoaffective Disorder
- Para-suicidal behavior
- Substance Abuse and Dependence
Discover a comprehensive residential treatment program that’s right for your loved one:
- The Children’s Program
- The Adolescent Program (The Journey Program)
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program
- The Ascent Substance Abuse Track
We make communication with parents a priority. At Willow Springs, we will keep you well informed through weekly family therapy sessions, regular phone conversations, and auto/video conferencing. Plus, we offer daily visiting hours during lunch and dinner. Our staff will also collaborate with others involved in a child’s care, such as mental health providers, educators, community agencies and referral sources.
We understand this is a difficult decision but an important, timely one. Find out how to get started.