Adolescent Center for Treatment
ACT is a 10-bed residential facility for adolescents experiencing problems related to drugs or alcohol. The program is staffed 24 hours a day by licensed clinicians, case managers and direct care staff, providing teens with a safe, trauma informed environment to begin their recovery.
ACT has provided affordable and effective substance use disorder treatment for over 35 years. Our program utilizes evidence-based practices to help adolescents understand the harmful effects of alcohol and other drug use and develop the necessary attitudes and skills to support recovery.
- To identify the benefits of a clean and sober lifestyle.
- To improve family relationships, academic performance, and legal issues impacted by their substance use.
- To address co-occurring mental health concerns
- To develop an individualized recovery plan.
- Adolescents 12 to 18 years of age.
- An alcohol and drug assessment must indicate the need for residential treatment.
- Free of the need for major medical or psychiatric services.
We accept Kansas Medicaid, Block Grant, private insurance and self-pay. Johnson County residents are eligible for a sliding scale fee based on income and family size.
All clients are encouraged to participate in and referred to outpatient services upon discharge.
Be sure to complete these documents
If admission or an assessment/evaluation has already been scheduled, the following information sheet(s) must be completed and returned with requested documents:
Scheduled Admission Needed Info/Documents: (Please complete and return all documents prior scheduled admission) These can be completed electronically, and returned by camera/phone, by email, or by fax.
Scheduled Assessment/Evaluation (including required School Assessments) Needed Info/Documents. Please complete and return all documents prior scheduled assessment/evaluation. These can be completed electronically, and returned by camera/phone, by email, or by fax.
Adolescent Center for Treatment (ACT) Client Handbook
Request SUD Evaluation and Intake Packet
For further information, to make a referral or schedule a confidential assessment:
- Adolescent Center for Treatment: 913-782-0283