Adolescent Services

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Youth Partial Hospitalization Program

The Youth Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) at Reno Behavioral Healthcare Hospital is a safe, caring, program for adolescents who struggle with a variety of behavioral and mental health issues. PHP may allow some patients to avoid hospitalization, or may help others transition from inpatient care. Ours is the only partial hospitalization program in Northern Nevada Learn More -->

Adolescent Psychiatric Residential Treatment Program

Reno Behavioral Healthcare Hospital treats females age 12-17 with serious mental health challenges like teen depression, substance abuse, suicidal ideation and more. Our residential treatment program provides 24-hour supervision with safe staffing and proper infection control in a clean, secure and safe environment. Learn More -->

Teen Inpatient Services & Mental Health Programs

At our behavioral health facility for teens in Reno, Nevada, we customize treatment plans for each teen’s unique needs. Teenagers face many challenges as their bodies and minds develop, and Reno Behavioral Healthcare Hospital recognizes this reality. Our adolescent patients are between 12 and 17 years old, and they struggle with mental health and substance abuse issues. Learn More -->

How Do I Know If My Child Is Struggling and Needs Help?

To put it mildly, parenting a teenager is not always a walk in the proverbial park. From dealing with changes in their bodies, worries about school and issues with their friends, your once usually cheerful child has morphed into a surly teen who can be argumentative, moody and challenging. Learn More -->

What Parents Should Know and Can Do to Support Their Child's Treatment

Dear parents and guardians, we invite you to learn more about what to expect upon arrival at our hospital, what your child will be doing here, what communication with your child will be like, what our visitation guidelines are, and what aftercare is. We want to help all parents and guardians feel prepared and know how to support their child visit at Aurora Behavioral Health. Learn More -->

Signs & Symptoms That Your Student is Struggling With Mental Health & Needs Help

Recognizing and addressing mental health struggles among students is critical for their overall well-being and academic success. The signs and symptoms below may indicate that a student is struggling with their mental health. By being attentive to these indicators, it becomes possible to determine if a student requires assistance and support to navigate their mental health journey effectively. Learn More -->