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ADOLESCENT OUTPATIENT SERVICES

Adolescent Outpatient Services offer a wide variety of treatment programming for adoles­cents who have experienced problems in their lives from the use and/or abuse of alcohol and drugs. Our Youth Leadership Center provides a peer culture that is conducive to recovery and assists youth to develop needed behavioral changes while providing the setting to utilize positive leadership qualities. Specific services include individual, group and family counseling, recreational therapy, and gender-specific group meetings.

(217) 258- 6018

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ADOLESCENT RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

The Adolescent Residential Program offers intensive treatment to provide adolescents with the knowledge and skills necessary to live drug-free lifestyles. The treatment structure includes individual counseling, group and family therapy, educa­tional groups, and recreational, social, and outdoor therapeutic activities. In addition, we pro­vide life skills, problem solving, and gender specific groups as well as activities that foster leadership and mentoring. Building on our history of developing innovative services, the Adolescent Program now augments traditional treatment approaches with equestrian therapy.  The facility is located on a 40+ acre rural site that gives multiple opportunities for experiential therapeutic activities that are age appropriate and enhance recovery.

(217) 235- 1303

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COMMUNITIES FOR YOUTH

The Communities For Youth Program is a Juvenile Court Diversion Program that focuses on changing individual juvenile offender’s behaviors and attitudes such that they will not continue criminal activities.  The program is provided to Coles and Cumberland County juveniles who are referred from local police, court services, Judges or State’s Attorneys.  Program services include individualized assessment, crisis intervention, structured individual, group and family counseling, coordination of services and referral when needed.

(217) 258- 6018

 

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