Outpatient Adolescent

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We focus on teaching the skills for long-term success in recovery: alcohol/drug refusal, relapse prevention, relationship building, living in balance skills, communication, problem solving, mental health and community-based recovery. These services are led by a licensed (addiction and mental health) counselor, a case manager and in collaboration with family and community partners. 

Adolescent Outpatient Addiction Services    (AOAS) treatment goals

  • Decrease the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs 
  • Increase positive relationships 
  • Increase participation in pro-social activities 
  • Increase positive interaction with community members 
  • Refrain from criminal involvement

Eligibility

  • Johnson county resident 
  • Youth 12 to 18 years of age 
  • A need for outpatient treatment, as indicated by a substance use disorder (SUD) evaluation

Fee

Johnson County residents are eligible for a sliding scale fee based on income and family size. JCMHC accepts Kansas Medicaid, Block Grant, private insurance and self-pay. 

Need more information?

For further information, or to schedule a SUD Evaluation call 913-782-0283