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Adolescent Outpatient

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To schedule an assessment for Adolescent Outpatient Services, please call (864) 419-2964.

If you need Outpatient Services but can’t come in to our office because of COVID19 concerns, call 864-467-3790 to discuss Telehealth options.   

Click here to complete your intake paperwork before your assessment

Child & Adolescent Handbook

Please save the form and email as an attachment to TWebb@phoenixcenter.org

Please bring the following to your appointment: Photo ID/School ID, any medications you are currently taking, and Medicaid and/or Insurance card(s). Plan to stay for 2-3 hours to complete the assessment process.

Note: A parent and/or legal guardian must accompany all adolescent clients to their initial appointment.

Click here to download the Referral Form

Abusing alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs isn't just an adult problem. While we'd like to think that adolescents don't have access to these substances, the reality is that they do. In Greenville county 17% of adolescents have need for substance abuse treatment for a substance use disorder.

Adolescents try alcohol, tobacco and other drugs for many reasons. They may be doing what other family members do. They may be trying to impress friends. They may be curious and seeking thrills. Or, they may be trying to dull the pain of their lives. Whatever the reason, it is dangerous behavior and the child is at risk of developing a substance abuse disorder. Research proves that the earlier the intervention, the better the prognosis.

At the Phoenix Center, our counselors work with adolescents, ages 12-17, who are involved in risky behaviors, have emotional problems, and/or need help with family problems.

Through our Adolescent Outpatient program, adolescents are taught life-skills needed to change behaviors that could result in negative consequences.

At the Phoenix Center, adolescents:

  • Are provided quality treatment
  • Learn the risks of substance use
  • Are provided educational groups to teach life-skills needed to change behaviors that could result in negative consequences
  • Develop positive alternatives to cope with the difficulties of adolescence
  • Learn relapse prevention techniques
  • Learn how to live effectively within a family system

Since a substance abuse disorder involves the entire family, family members are strongly encouraged to attend the family sessions.

Adolescent Services are located at the 1400 Cleveland Street, Greenville, SC  29607

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