ViewPoint Center is considered one of the best residential mental health facilities for Nevada teens. With its small, intimate setting, it provides adolescents with the best evidenced based therapeutic approaches. ViewPoints strong accreditations make the quality of our program unlike any other residential mental health facilities for teens from Nevada. Our program is co-educational and strives to offer each individual and their family an opportunity for a bright future.
Although not located in Nevada, ViewPoint Center helps teens from all over the country.
Students who attend our residential mental health facilities are between the ages of 12 to 17, and often are suffering from various behavioral and mental disorders. The diagnostic profile of teens we help includes a full spectrum of mental health disorders. Through our assessment and diagnosis, various therapeutic methods, and a caring staff our residential mental health facilities offer teens from Nevada valuable insight and treatment plans.
The therapeutic approaches we provide at our program can include psychotherapy, therapeutic milieu, family therapy, and psychiatric stabilization. Therapy is provided by licensed clinicians, and each child receives individual therapy daily. The mission of our program is to provide youth and their family with stabilization, diagnostic clarity, and the right treatment plan for their individual childs needs.
Families from Nevada feel confident in sending their child to ViewPoint Centers residential mental health facilities, because of our strong accreditations and licensing and expertise staff. Students work with an extensive team of medical, psychological, nursing, and milieu experts throughout their time at our program. The accreditations and licenses of our program have strict requirements and standards of care.
Our accreditations and licenses include:
These accreditations and licenses allow us to provide youth from Nevada with a safe and beneficial environment to start their healing process. Our program is specifically designed to benefit both boys and girls ages 12 to 17. Everything that students experience while attending our residential mental health facilities is in a personalized environment, that allows superior assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and stabilization. Students receive 24/7 care, which is crucial for the development of the best treatment options. We work hard to provide the highest quality of care and safety, helping families from Nevada find the answers and help they need.
The Joint Commission: The Joint Commission is a non-profit organization that works to accredit and certify various health care organizations and programs in the United States. Through their site, they provide families and individuals with information on mental health topics, local resources, and the necessary steps for a program to become accredited and licensed by them.
National Institute of Mental Health: The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is a federal agency that offers various resources including educational articles and research. Through their efforts, they hope to expand the understanding of mental health, promote the treatment of mental illness, and provide youth and individuals with knowledge of resources available to them. NIMH has taken part in multiple collaborative outreach efforts to spread awareness for mental health and help in eliminating the stigma.
ViewPoint Center helps teens seeking a Residential Mental Health Facilities who are struggling with issues similar to those below:
– Learning Disorders
– Mood Swings
– Self Harm
– Drug/Alcohol Use
– Behavioral Outburst
– Physically aggressive behaviors
– Pain Disorder
– Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Conditions
– Medication Change
– Complex or Uncertain Psychiatric Diagnosis
– Eating Disorders
– Psychosis (Paranoia, Hallucinations, or Delusions)
– Bipolar Disorder
– Suicidal Behavior
– Multiple Failed Placements
ViewPoint Center helps Nevada families from cities and towns like Incline Village Genoa Zephyr Cove Verdi-Mogul Stateline Minden Reno Wellington Gardnerville Sparks