Substance Abuse Services
Prevention, Early Intervention, Treatment and Recovery are part of the comprehensive behavioral health continuum of care that is offered by Youth Services System, Inc. (YSS) as substance abuse services. Evidence-based programs are utilized in each facet of the continuum. YSS links youth and families to Family Ways Collaborative Agencies in order to access services within the schools and/or community. YSS strives for a coordination and integration of services for those served.
HOPE’S PROMISE: INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM
The Adolescent Substance Abuse and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), Hope’s Promise offers services for youth who experience severe functional impairment as a result of a substance abuse or a co-occurring substance abuse and mental illness disorder. The program has a primary focus on the treatment of substance-related disorders, but is also capable of treating youth who have a relative stable diagnostic or sub-diagnostic co-occurring mental health problems related to an emotional, behavioral or cognitive disorder. A goal of the program is to prevent hospitalization, removal from the home, or expulsion from school by providing intensive treatment in the least restrictive environment possible. This program permits services to be offered while also allowing individuals the opportunity to apply their newly acquired skills in real world environments. Treatment may last for a period of up to twelve months. IOP is open to youth ages 12 through 18 with group therapy occurring Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday and individual therapy as set by the individual youth and staff. Hours of operation: School Year: 4 pm—6 pm; Summer 1 pm—3 pm.
Location of Service
Youth Services System, Inc. Central Office
87 15th Street
Wheeling, WV 26003
- Prevent hospitalization, removal from home, or exclusion from school by providing intensive treatment in the least restrictive environment possible
- Demonstrate ability to maintain sobriety in the youth's natural environment
- Develop a relapse plan that can lead back to recovery
For information on these and other services, contact Central Referral at 1 (800) 977-8918 or (304) 233-9627