TURN Behavioral Health Services Teen Recovery Center (TRC) provides outpatient substance abuse services to adolescents, offering counseling, education and support. All our services are appropriate to the level of care necessary for our young clients to successfully address their issues.
We partner with San Diego Unified School District. We have Outpatient Services (OS) as well as Intensive Outpatient Services (IOS) services which allow a personal, focused, client centered, evidence based approach. We feel treatment must be based on the presenting client’s appropriate level of care. We include role playing of current life skills, social and educational support, and how addiction effects all areas of a person and their families’ lifestyle.
We recognize that drugs and alcohol affect the entire family. Our program is designed to offer young adults the opportunity to learn and to make the changes needed to survive drug abuse, as well as to support the entire family and assist them in learning new directions and happier lifestyles.
Our program offers the following services for teens, families, and the community:
- Comprehensive assessments which include a PEI by an MFT clinician
- Individual and group counseling consist of art and music therapy
- Family education such as, English and Spanish speaking
- Monolingual, Bi-lingual, and Interpreter services offered as well
- Coordination of services with schools, hospitals and the judicial system
- Weekly drug testing
We serve youth between the ages of 12 – 17, who are struggling with substance abuse, addiction, and co-occurring issues, and who live in San Diego’s North Central Region (Point Loma, Ocean Beach, Mission Valley, Pacific Beach, Old Town, Linda Vista, Clairmont, Grantville, Sorrento Valley, Serra Mesa, Tierrasanta, Mira Mesa, Carmel Valley, Scripps Ranch, Midway, and Neighboring Communities).
Also, TURN BHS Teen Recovery Center has sites at Kearny High School and Madison High School.
Parents who are interested in enrolling their adolescent in TRC should contact the program at (760) 227-1354 . Referrals can also be made through probation, schools, and other treatment providers.
Funded by the County of San Diego HHSA Health and Human Services Agency and Live Well San Diego.