- Addiction Recovery Treatment
The Helen Ross McNabb Center operates within a 150-bed hospital-type setting serving the Greater St. Louis Metro, central Illinois and southeastern/central Missouri areas. Our program is accredited through the Joint Commission and licensed by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.
Much like adults, adolescents struggle with the same challenges when patterns of drug or alcohol abuse take root in their daily lives. Considering how difficult the teenage years can be, the sooner a substance abuse problem is addressed the better. With a qualified staff of registered nurses, therapists, case managers and child psychiatrists, the Helen Ross McNabb Center can help your teen recover from the effects of substance abuse while helping your family through the process.
Program policies at Helen Ross McNabb Center Inc CenterPointe Detoxification Unit are designed to create an atmosphere of trust, safety and stability. Adolescents in particular thrive inside structured environments where they know what is expected of them. Instilling these qualities in our day-to-day program operations helps to maintain the type of environment where the recovery process can take place.
Our program policies include the following:
If you’re looking for a detox program that offers a full range of treatment services for adolescents, the Helen Ross McNabb Center is an ideal choice. For more information on our program offerings, call our helpline at 800-483-2193.
Considering how the family acts as a focal point in a teen’s daily life, our program welcomes family members into the treatment process while providing members with the tools needed to help the patient progress through the recovery process.
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