Copper Hills Youth Center is interested in helping troubled adolescents make positive changes. Placing an adolescent in a residential treatment program is not an easy decision for a parent or guardian to make. It is most often a very difficult and emotional decision, but necessary in order to offer each adolescent an opportunity for a new beginning and a successful future.
Every adolescent referred to our program has a unique set of circumstances that are considered in our admission process. We will request previous treatment records in order to determine if Copper Hills Youth Center offers the most appropriate level of care. If our Admissions and Clinical department does not believe that we can offer the most appropriate level of care, we will make every effort to assist in providing you with other options.
We maintain a therapeutic treatment environment by adhering to criteria that ensures each adolescent in our care receives the support they need, both from staff and from peers in treatment. To be considered for admission to Copper Hills Youth Center, the adolescent should meet the following criteria:
While our residential treatment center is well-suited to the needs of adolescents with a dual diagnosis some factors may exclude a youth from admission, including:
Please review and complete the following forms before admission to Copper Hills Youth Center.
Arva Loveland, Director of Admissions
Lisa Lucas, Senior Admissions Coordinator
Michael Edmunds, Admissions Coordinator
If your adolescent is struggling with a primary psychiatric disorder, including autism spectrum disorder, treatment at Copper Hills Youth Center could help change their lives. Don’t wait, call 800-776-7116 today.