Residential Substance Abuse Treatment
For more information or to refer a child please call our Admissions Office at 703-659-9951.
Youth For Tomorrow offers a Residential Substance Abuse Program for adolescents that focuses on prevention and treatment of Substance Abuse Disorders through evidence based practices delivered by staff who specialize in Substance Abuse Treatment. Each participant will receive daily group therapy, weekly individual therapy, family therapy, and support for making behavior changes as well as pursuing academic goals. We serve boys and girls ages 13-18 who meet the criteria for being placed in a clinically managed low-intensity residential program.
We treat Substance Abuse from a holistic framework treating and caring for the individuals physical, social, mental, and spiritual health. Each participant will be treated with dignity and respect as they pursue their path of discovery and recovery during their 4-6 month stay in the Substance Abuse Program. Upon completion of all the individual's goals, each program participant will receive aftercare referrals that are individually designed to maintain the momentum of recovery and healing.
call our Admissions Office at 703-659-9951
The Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program for Adolescents at Youth For Tomorrow is a level 1.0 capable treatment program.
Each individual entering the Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program for Adolescents will receive a comprehensive biopsychosocial-spiritual assessment from the Program Manager.
The Matrix Model for Teens and Young Adults
Motivational Enhancement Therapy for Cannabis Users
Chemical Education Curriculum from the Foundation for a Drug Free World
12-Step Facilitation Therapy
- On-site accredited secondary school
- Support groups (on and/or off campus)
- 24 hour residential supervision and support
The Residential Substance Abuse Program for Adolescents provides competent and compassionate treatment that seeks to assist adolescents in their goals for living healthy and productive lives. The program is clinically driven as it seeks to individualize treatment approaches for the unique needs of each participant receiving services.