Treatment for Young Adults 18-25

We recognize that young adults struggling with substance abuse have unique issues related to peer group, educational and vocational goals, and family relationships. This is why YES developed a program with the specific needs of this age group in mind, specifically for young adults between the ages of 18-25. Clients undergo individual counseling along with specialized groups consisting of individuals solely within that age range.

YES engages young adults with the understanding that not everyone enters treatment with the same readiness or fully accepting the many changes that need to occur with the goal of long term recovery. With this in mind, our program assists the young adult in identifying what stage of change/recovery he or she is entering treatment at in order to develop realistic and attainable treatment goals. Creating a safe and supportive environment fosters the therapeutic relationship, builds internal motivators and ultimately allows for better long term treatment outcomes. With the assistance of guest speakers, the young adults in our program are exposed to other young adults/adults who have achieved sobriety and reached their potential with the support of treatment and the young adult/adult self-help community.

Young Adult Psycho-Educational Series
A ten-week educational group created to provide information at the onset of treatment about addiction, mental health, and functions of counseling. Some topics covered include defining addiction, long and short-term effects of drugs and alcohol, phases of recovery, influence of family, healthy coping and communication, as well as stress and anger management skills.

Young Adult Support and Recovery Group
An on-going group for young adults struggling with issues associated with substance abuse. The group assists in recovery, relapse prevention, addressing common issues facing young adults, and identifying risk factors associated with addiction. Some topics include decision making, relationships, social issues, career goals, coping skills, and recovery tools.

Please contact us to register or learn more about how we can help you.