Leaving home and tackling a challenge such as addiction treatment can be a stressful and frightening experience for a teenager. Whatever contributed to their drug or alcohol abuse requires compassionate and dedicated professional treatment to resolve. The Pines at Willingway offers a comprehensive treatment program that encompasses detoxification, residential treatment, and partial hospitalization services for adolescents ages 14-18 dealing with substance use disorder (SUD) or alcohol use disorder (AUD).
The Pines is a free-standing, 20-bed residential center on an 11-acre countryside campus and offers a secluded haven focused on wellness, restorative activities, and a chance to reconnect with what matters most.
Upon completion of detox, clients will be transitioned to the residential treatment level of care with a more intensive focus on their individual treatment needs. During treatment, clients will experience group work and individual therapy, where they will address denial, learn about the disease concept of addiction, and identify their relapse risk factors.
Our addiction specialists use a combination of two successful treatment models for teen residents:
A residential rehabilitation program usually lasts at least 30 days, but some teenagers and their families might find it helpful to focus on the early recovery process at the center for up to 90 days.
At The Pines of Willingway, we strive to provide our adolescent patients with the tools and resources they need to not only embrace their early decision of a life without substances, but to also develop a path of fulfilling purpose.
A teenager who successfully completes rehabilitation at The Pines can rely on the guidance, support, 12-Step processes, and education they receive to help them and their family release any myths or stigmas involving addiction and follow therapeutic methods that prevent relapse.
Once they leave The Pines, they’ll work with TRAC9, a secure web app that uses a series of standardized assessments to identify changes in depression, anxiety, stress, visual response to cravings, verbal response to cravings, spirituality, commitment to sobriety, optimism, and quality of life. At The Pines, our goal is to support you and your family with ongoing connection to our staff and alumni, as well as through a wealth of resources cultivated within our national network of addiction treatment centers.
Our admissions team can explain more about how we’re with you during and after treatment.
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