Who We Are
ASAP is for teens using alcohol or teens using drugs.
At ASAP, we offer several treatment programs for teens using alcohol or other drugs. Our programs are designed to help adolescents and their families through the challenges, frustrations, and setbacks that are a natural part of outpatient drug and alcohol treatment. ASAP teaches teens the skills to live clean and sober lives. We strive to accomplish the goal of clean, sober living without significant interference to school or other activities.
Our TRIP (Total Recovery in Progress) program includes random drug screens and an introduction to Mutual Support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and SMART Recovery. ASAP encourages a strong family component as part of our intensive outpatient treatment. Family members, including siblings, grandparents, or any other relative who wishes to participate, are actively engaged in the recovery process. Upon completion of the TRIP program, teens are encouraged to attend weekly Continuing Care meetings to maintain their sobriety in a supportive, teen-focused environment. Parents are invited to join the Continuing Care group once a month for a family session.
In addition to the IOP program, we also offer a brief education group, called CHOICES. The CHOICES program is an option for teens who have experimented with alcohol or other drugs but do not have a diagnosable problem at the time of their assessment.
Recommendations for individual and/or family therapy are available when appropriate. ASAP clinicians may be able to see your teen or family on an individual basis, based on recommendations from your child’s assessment.
ASAP offers current information pertaining to teens using alcohol or other drugs through our blog, newsletters, and training opportunities. If you feel that your teen is using alcohol or other drugs, please contact us using the form below or, if you prefer, you can call us at 513.792.1272.