SOMETIMES, OUR CHILDREN NEED MORE HELP THAN WE CAN OFFER.
PROVIDING TREATMENT FOR ADOLESCENTS AGES 13-17 STRUGGLING WITH SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS.
It’s good for your children. It’s good for you.
Right Choice Recovery Program for Adolescents provides treatment for adolescents age 13-17 struggling with substance abuse and mental health disorders. Within the curriculum of the program, adolescents will address their substance use, mental health disorders, family conflict, school performance and physical health and wellness.
- Psychoeducation on substance abuse and mental health
- Emotional regulation skills
- Goal setting
- Self esteem
- Communication skills
Group Therapy aims to be an experience in which adolescents can benefit from feelings of belonging and support while developing coping skills to use in everyday life. We aspire to create a safe environment where substance abuse groups and psychoeducation groups can work in a way to help the adolescent gain a better way of life.
All adolescents will be seen by a psych provider within 7 days of admission and throughout the course of treatment. A comprehensive treatment plan will be developed based on individual needs.
Family Education Program
Addiction is a family disease, and at Right Choice Recovery we believe healing the family is essential. We offer individualized treatment plans for the family, individual family sessions and group therapy for family members.
- Intensive Outpatient: Monday – Thursday 5 – 8 PM
- Outpatient: Wednesday 6:30 – 8 PM
To schedule an assessment/intake appointment at Right Choice Recovery for yourself or someone else, call 732-908-2111. One of our admissions staff members will assist you with the next steps so you can get the help you need.
What happens after you call to schedule an assessment?
1. Admissions requests client information
Our admissions staff member takes your general and insurance information as well as a brief description of your current symptoms or substance use. If you cannot contact us yourself, family members, doctors, social workers, EAPs or therapists can schedule the initial appointment on your behalf.
2. Admissions schedules a Level of Care Assessment (LOCA)
Admissions will help determine which level of care is best suited for you based on the programming available, and will schedule your intake with one of our clinicians at the facility. The admissions interview is not a clinical evaluation. It is simply to schedule an intake appointment.
If you call in a state of emergency, the intake coordinator will gather information to determine if you are in imminent danger. If you are in immediate danger, we will refer you to your local emergency room or 911 for immediate assistance and to ensure that you receive the appropriate higher level of care. Otherwise, you will be registered and scheduled for the first available and mutually agreed upon initial appointment.