Mental Health Treatment For Children, Adolescents & Young Adults

The BACA Difference

When Advice is Not Enough

We help families discover this simple truth: the key to recovery is tapping the potential within each of us. We get to know our patients and families and tailor treatment to meet their specific needs. We apply solution-focused, evidence-based therapeutic practices and formulate an individualized recovery plan that changes as each patient and family changes, learns, and grows. We focus on what works, capitalize on the strengths of each person, and cultivate an authentic, compassionate, and caring atmosphere.

Programs at BACA

Teen and Young Adult Intensive Outpatient Programs

Teen Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

  • Ages 11-17
  • 5 days a week, Monday – Friday
  • 5 hours treatment per day.
    • 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm
  • Daily supervised academic time (optional):
    • 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
  • 5:2 staff/patient ratio

Teen IOP

  • Ages 11-17
  • 4 days a week
  • 3 hours per day
  • 5:2 staff/patient ratio

Young Adult IOP

  • Ages 18-29
  • Virtual Program
    • Convenient for students and working adults
  • 4 days a week
  • 3 hours per day
  • 5:2 staff/patient ratio

Transitional Care Services

  • Once a week individual therapy
  • Psychiatric and medication management services as needed
  • Helps patients transition out of the structure of IOP
  • Facilitates transition from IOP to community resources

Treatment Plans at BACA: Comprehensive and Integrated

Treatment plans at BACA include a combination of:

  • Individual therapy, including:
    • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
    • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
    • Motivational interviewing
    • Solution focused therapy
  • Group therapy
    • Coping skills
    • Process groups
    • Healthy lifestyle habits
    • Family therapy
    • Parenting group
  • Psychiatry:
    • One-on-one: (1) 30-minute session per week
    • Medication management as needed
  • Complementary therapies:
    • Writing
    • Mindfulness
    • Art therapy
    • Drama/role playing

A Solid Foundation

Beginnings are important. The habits you form in the initial stages of your treatment journey influence the shape of things to come. We know what works – and it’s not one technique or one secret trick we keep hidden from the world.

What works is healing the whole person. What works is making a genuine, authentic human connection.  What works is giving you the support you need to recognize your own courage, strength, and capacity for growth and change. What works is collaboration between you, your family, and our team. But we don’t promise an easy ride or automatic happiness.

The work you do in treatment might be the hardest work you do in your life. That’s okay – because we roll up our sleeves and do the work with you.

What we can promise is that the work is worth the effort. We also promise total honesty, starting now: sometimes the work is messy, and you have to spend time digging in the dirt to get to the root of your issues. That’s okay, too, because we’re ready to spend time right there with you.

We’re ready to plant the seed – and watch you grow.