Hill Crest Behavioral Health Services offers an adolescent Group Home Program for youth ages 12–19 who are unable to maintain placement at home, or in a foster home, but do not require a more restrictive residential treatment center or inpatient acute care.
The Higdon Hill Group Home Program serves males and females ages 12–19. RISE, our Phase II program, serves females ages 18–21 in DHR’s custody with a focus on transitional living services; placement may vary depending upon individual needs.
The Higdon Hill Group Home Program is most appropriate for adolescents who are not ready for the responsibility of independent living, or the intimacy of a foster home, but could benefit from services that assist with transition into the community from a youth group home.
The World Health Organization suggests that mental illness starts at a young age, with most beginning before the person turns 14. Early detection and an accurate diagnosis can be key in getting to the root of the issues and setting young people on the right path moving forward.
Depression and anxiety tend to be the highest percentage of mental disorders in teens, and that number continues to grow each year according to studies done by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Breaking the stigma surrounding mental health is extremely important to stop this trend, as is getting people who have mental health issues help from mental health professionals as early as possible. Getting your loved one help now could prevent a lifetime of mental health struggles.
Our treatment center for teens includes assessments that can determine the type of mental health disorders that need to be treated. No patient is the same, and specialized treatment is not one-size-fits-all.
We offer several assessments, including:
Psychiatric care for teens often includes individualized services to get to the root of the patient’s mental health issues. Our group home for teens can include individualized services, including:
Teen treatment that includes group therapy services can benefit patients through building social skills, comfort, a support system and more. Our group therapy sessions covers such topics as:
Your loved one’s education is important – and so is their mental health. At Hill Crest Behavioral Health Services, we understand this, and offer a school curriculum in order to balance both out and make sure that they are not left behind in school while they work on the very important goal of improving their mental health.
Your loved one’s mental health should not be ignored, but neither should their education. Our Higdon Hill Group Program recognizes that through school/curriculum features, including: