Imagine Omaha offers comprehensive, evidence-based treatment for mental health and co-occurring substance use issues in teens. Our outpatient center provides therapeutic support to teens and their families during the road to recovery. Discover more about Imagine Omaha’s outpatient programs for adolescents by connecting with our team today at 402.226.5385.
Northpoint Recovery Centers provide a full continuum of care for behavioral health issues across the Western U.S., including care for teens. Our specialized teen treatment programs are designed to support the whole family so that you and your loved one receive support every step of the way. Don’t hesitate to reach out to our caring and experienced team if you’re looking for help for yourself, a loved one, or a patient.
Who We Are
Imagine Omaha is a part of the Northpoint family of treatment centers. Northpoint’s success in treating mental health conditions has contributed to Imagine’s expertise in helping teens, and their families heal.
Imagine began because we recognized the need for adolescent mental health treatment in our communities. Teens face numerous mental health challenges, such as anxiety, depression, and PTSD, often brought about by trauma, stress, academic pressures, and other contributing factors.
Our centers, located in Idaho, Colorado, Nebraska, and Washington, provide evidence-based therapeutic care to address adolescent mental health care needs. Our programs help teens develop the healthy coping skills and strategies they need to manage the symptoms of mental health disorders, live active and engaged lives, and ultimately reach their goals.
A trauma-informed approach is central to what we do. At Imagine, we work to get to the root of teen mental health disorders through therapy and counseling. Trauma therapy can help teens work through past experiences in a safe, supportive environment.
Imagine centers are not hospital settings. By building centers that offer a welcoming and comfortable environment as opposed to a clinical one, teens in our care can focus on healing.
At Imagine, our goal is to support the teens and families in our communities as they begin the journey to recovery. Our compassionate and experienced adolescent mental health treatment professionals are ready to help—reach out today.
We are all here for the same reason…to provide quality care to those seeking help. It has always been the top priority of Northpoint since I have been employed here, which is why I stick around. Saving lives and restoring relationships is embedded in our work, that means a great deal to me, and I know it does to the teams I get to work alongside as well.
Adolescent Mental Health Treatment
The need for mental health services for adolescents ages 12-17 has grown both in Nebraska and across the United States. In February 2020, Northpoint opened its first Imagine location in Nampa, Idaho to serve adolescents who need an intensive level of care yet do not require inpatient care. Our Omaha location is designed to help Nebraska residents and their families by providing treatment and supporting them on their journey to recovery.
We offer a wide variety of evidence-based therapies and services to help the teens in our programs heal. Our integrated, comprehensive approach to treatment means that we don’t only address the physical symptoms of addiction or behavioral issues but also the root causes and underlying mental health conditions.
What to Expect in Our Teen Treatment Programs
Our Omaha day treatment program is designed for teens and adolescents aged 12–17 years with behavioral and mental health problems, including co-occurring substance use issues.
Some of the services we offer include:
Connect with the Imagine Omaha team today to learn more about our treatment programs and help you begin the admissions process. Evidence-based therapies, family support, and assistance with the transition back to daily life can help your teen live their best life.
Reach out to us at 402.226.5385 or contact us online today.
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