Seeking professional help for your teen can be the most difficult decision a parent has to make. We understand your concerns about treatment and offer help in determining your adolescent’s needs. At Cypress Creek Hospital, parents are involved in their adolescent’s behavioral health treatment plan, learn new skills to manage their teen’s needs, and receive support from other parents.
Our mental health services are specifically designed for adolescents (ages 13 – 17) experiencing emotional and behavioral problems that interfere with daily life, physical health, family, or school. These problems may be expressed in the form of impulsive or defiant behavior, inability to concentrate, extreme or prolonged mood swings, abuse of alcohol or drugs, or physical aggression.
We offer multiple treatment programs with different levels of care. They vary in intensity from inpatient care to day treatment. Cypress Creek Hospital provides a full range of programs:
Inpatient care is a 24-hour, highly-structured program focusing on crisis intervention, assessment, and medication stabilization.
Day Treatment is provided for adolescents who are stable enough to go home at night but require greater structure and direction during the day.
Substance abuse treatment is a specialty track included in our adolescent programs. A Chemical Dependency Counselor works closely with the adolescent and the family to achieve a drug- and alcohol-free lifestyle.
Only a licensed physician can diagnose a mental health disorder and approve psychiatric hospital admission. Every one of our adolescent behavioral health services is designed to enhance problem-solving, communication skills, and self-esteem. We give every teen the opportunity to reach his or her maximum potential in an environment that fosters success.
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We cannot offer diagnosis, counseling, or recommendations online, but an assessment and referral specialist is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 281-586-7600. If you are currently experiencing an emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.