Addiction services – adolescent and teens
Allina Health offers addiction and substance abuse counseling for teens and young adults.
What it is
Allina Health offers addiction and substance abuse care for adolescents. The goal is to prepare teens who are in recovery for life after addiction treatment, and then to help them sustain recovery after rehabilitation. Services include individual counseling, family education and referrals to other services.
Counseling is not a one-size-fits-all process. Different approaches are more appropriate and effective for different people, depending on their age, type of addiction and the factors that contributed to their addiction.
A substance use disorder comprehensive assessment (formerly known as Rule 25) is necessary to qualify for a programs. Through this assessment, our referral specialist can help select the treatment option that best suits the needs of your teen.
What to expect
When your adolescent undergoes treatment at Allina Health, they can expect individual treatment sessions with a licensed alcohol and drug counselor and/or a mental health therapist.
Therapy often decreases in frequency and duration as you learn to cope with the causes of your addiction and handle life stressors.
Good to know
To qualify for this program, a substance use disorder comprehensive assessment (formerly known as Rule 25) is necessary. Through this assessment, a referral specialist can help you identify the extent of your addiction and the treatment options that best suit your needs.
Most health insurance policies provide payment for addiction services. We will help you obtain authorizations during your admission process.
As a part of one of the largest health systems in our region, we have the resources to treat your whole person by exploring mental health, physical health and family relationships.
Source: Allina Health Mental Health & Addiction Services