Adolescent Day Program

The Adolescent Day Program aims to improve the social and learning skills of teens with serious mental health and/or addiction challenges.

What happens in this program?

The program provides group, family and individual therapy while also providing education in a small classroom setting. Teens are encouraged to build on their strengths and develop new skills.

Areas of focus include interpersonal relationships, problem solving, conflict management, organization and family function.

Teens attend the program daily during the school year.

Who is this program for?

This program is for teens in grades eight to 12 who have not responded as expected to previous therapy. The teen must have ongoing challenges in attending a community school because of emotional, psychological or behavioural challenges.

​How do I access this program?

Referrals can be made by a health professional (such as a psychiatrist or therapist) through Alberta Health Services at 825-402-6799.

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