Partial Hospitalization

Structured day programs help teens get to the root of their eating disorder through individual therapy, group therapy, meetings with a registered dietitian and more.

Intensive Outpatient

Three hours of intensive treatment three times per week for teens who struggle with disordered eating.  IOP clients benefit from individual therapy as well as psycho-educational groups.

certified accreditation

Adolescent Growth’s Eating Disorders treatment program has been Joint Commission accredited since its inception. We proudly display the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of accreditation as proof of our commitment to excellence in the treatment of Eating and Co-Occurring Disorders.  Joint Commission accreditation is only awarded to programs that adhere to the most rigorous standards of quality care.

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we understand adolescents

Adolescent Growth has been healing individuals and treating families for over a decade.  We believe that effectively treating teens requires an intimate understanding of what makes their needs unique.  To that end, our multidisciplinary team works with you and your child to create a personalized plan for success.

THREE LEVELS OF CARE

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Residential Treatment Program

Adolescent Growth’s Residential Treatment Program in Lombard, Illinois is for adolescents who are in need of twenty four hour care.  Teens in our Residential Program benefit from a holistic program that focuses on physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health.

Partial Hospitalization Program

The Partial Hospitalization Program is for teens in need of professional support and instruction eight hours per day, five days per week.  This program forms a solid foundation for adolescents in need of comprehensive treatment and structure.

Intensive Outpatient Program

Teens in our Intensive Outpatient Program benefit from three hours of intensive therapy three days per week.  Individual therapy sessions and psycho-educational groups provide valuable insights and teach teens to implement new, healthy coping systems.