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Youth and Family TREE

Youth and Family TREE is a substance, alcohol and nicotine treatment program that focuses on reducing or eliminating the use for individuals ages 12-25. The program offers MATRIX and Dimensions groups to provide the tools, skills and support to make positive substance use changes. The program also offers peer recovery services to provide support outside of group sessions from a professional that has their own substance use story.

The TREE program assists youth and young adults to reduce or eliminate substance and nicotine use while also working to reduce mental health symptomatology, diminish criminal and juvenile system involvement, access care and support, provide individual and family education and support and so much more.

This program also includes the following services:

  • Outreach and engagement
  • Screening and assessment services
  • Treatment of substance use disorder
  • Tobacco and nicotine counseling and interventions
  • HIV testing and referrals
  • Linkages to other supports
  • Transportation assistance

For more information about the program, please click here. To schedule an appointment, call (618) 462-2331, ext. 1813.

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