Symptoms to Consider
- Behavioral changes such as missing school, a decline in academic performance, increased isolation, sudden change in peer group, etc.
- Psychological changes such as increased irritability, decreased motivation, hyperactivity, decreased communication, mood swings or emotional instability, etc.
- Physical changes such as health problems, weight loss, sleep disturbances, poor hygiene, reddened eyes, general change in appearance , etc.
- Connect with our team to discuss your concerns.
- Discuss support opportunities for you and your loved one.
- An assessment can be scheduled at the service location best fit for your loved one's concerns.
Available Programs and Services
Outpatient care, with both day time and evening hours, provides structured education and counseling to utilize coping skills such as communication and relapse prevention to maintain an ongoing program of recovery.
Early Intervention Programs
These weekly education sessions target at risk behaviors, healthy decision-making, and development of communication skills to promote a healthy lifestyle.
- Educational Group
- Group Counseling
- Individual Counseling
- Family Programming
- Individualized Recovery and Discharge Planning
Experiencing a Crisis?
For life-threatening concerns, call 911 or be taken to your nearest emergency department.
For mental health and substance use crisis support and resources, contact:
Trillium Place Crisis Services, available 24/7: