|Category||Name of the Provider or Program||Website||Phone||Address||City||State||ZIP||Description of services|
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|Inpatient and outpatient treatment for adolescents and adults||Lindner Center of HOPE||https://lindnercenterofhope.org/what-we-treat/||513-536-4673 1-888-536-4673||4075 Old Western Row Rd||Mason||OH||45040|
Lindner Center of HOPE is distinguished as a center of excellence for treating a wide array of mental disorders with the highest level of empathetic, individualized patient care. The depth and breadth of services and skills available at one location is unmatched in the Midwest and among the best in the country.
|Psychotherapy, Psychiatry||Child Mind||https://childmind.org/about-us/our-offices/bay-area/||650-931-6565||2000 Alameda de las Pulgas, Suite 242||San Mateo||CA||94403|
The Child Mind Institute’s ADHD and Behavior Disorders Center specializes in diagnosing these children and teens and providing them with effective, evidence-based treatments. When medication may be helpful, our team works with board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrists at the Child Mind Institute or partners with your own physician. Our psychiatrists offer expert consultation on whether medication can improve treatment outcome, and provide ongoing medication management when needed.
|Psychotherapy, Psychiatry||Mount Sinai||https://www.mountsinai.org/locations/west/care/psychiatry/citpd||212-523-6983||1000 Tenth Avenue||New York||NY||10019||Center for Intensive Treatment of Personality Disorders|
|Psychotherapy, Psychiatry||The Ross Center||https://www.rosscenter.com/what-we-treat/mental-health-in-children/emotional-behavioral-disorders/||212-337-0600||57 W. 57th St., Suite 912||New York||NY||10019||The center contains psychiatrists, psychologists and therapists who provide an array of evidence-based psychological and psychiatric treatments for a wide variety of mental health conditions, including disruptive behavior disorders.|
|Psychotherapy, Psychiatry||The Ross Center||https://www.rosscenter.com/what-we-treat/mental-health-in-children/emotional-behavioral-disorders/||703-687-6610||1595 Spring Hill Road, Suite 520||Vienna||VA||22182||The center contains psychiatrists, psychologists and therapists who provide an array of evidence-based psychological and psychiatric treatments for a wide variety of mental health conditions, including disruptive behavior disorders.|
|Psychotherapy, Psychiatry||The Ross Center||https://www.rosscenter.com/what-we-treat/mental-health-in-children/emotional-behavioral-disorders/||202-363-1010||5225 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Suite 400||Washington||DC||20015||The center contains psychiatrists, psychologists and therapists who provide an array of evidence-based psychological and psychiatric treatments for a wide variety of mental health conditions, including disruptive behavior disorders.|
|Treatment program (inpatient, for adults)||Menninger||https://www.menningerclinic.org/treatment/treatment-for-adults/inpatient-programs/hope-program||713-275-5400||12301 Main Street||Houston||TX||77035|
Individuals who come to an inpatient program at Menninger are typically quite severely ill; in fact, on average, 80 percent have at least three psychiatric disorders, and more than 50 percent have both a substance use issue or behavioral addiction and at least one psychiatric disorder. All treatment teams included a psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, psychiatric nurse, psychiatric rehabilitation specialist, and, if warranted, a licensed chemical dependency counselor. The teams have offices on their units so they are accessible to patients.
|Psychotherapy, Psychiatry||Yale Child Study Center||https://www.yalemedicine.org/departments/child-study-center||1-877-YALEMDS (925-3637).||333 Cedar Street||New Haven||CT||06510|
We are committed to working with every family to help them understand and address their child’s and family’s needs. Our interdisciplinary teams use up-to-date science to evaluate and then work with the family to develop a comprehensive treatment recommendations. Our treatment may include (one-on-one or group) therapy, family therapy, and parent-centered approaches and collaboration with schools. When appropriate, our providers will discuss the use of medication, providing detailed information so parents can make an informed decision. Many of our patients improve and thrive without medication, and for others it is a valuable part of their treatment.
|Hotline||Boys Town||https://www.boystown.org/hotline/Pages/default.aspx||800-448-3000||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||The Hotline is staffed 24/7, year-round by trained counselors who can give advice and guidance on a wide range of issues, including adolescent defiance, tantrums, substance abuse and suicidal thoughts.|
|Treatment program (inpatient, outpatient)||Boys Town National Research Hospital||https://www.boystown.org/locations/nebraska/Pages/default.aspx||531-355-1111||14100 Crawford Street||Boys Town||NE||68010||A National Historic Landmark since 1985, the Village of Boys Town is now the only National Historic Landmark District in Nebraska. At any given time, about 400 boys and girls live in the Village, receiving care and guidance for a wide range of behavioral, emotional and academic issues. In addition to our campus, Boys Town is expanding its programs and services to the community with neighborhood offices in North and South Omaha, as well as additional services in Central Nebraska.|
|Treatment program (inpatient, outpatient)||Boys Town||https://www.boystown.org/locations/central-nebraska/Pages/default.aspx||308-381-4444||3230 W. Wildwood Dr.||Grand Island||NE||68801||The location in Grand Island, Nebraska provides four important levels of service from the Continuum of Care®. Foster Family Services, In-Home Family Services, and a Behavioral Health Clinic in Grand Island as part of Boys Town's Community Support Services. For children who are struggling in mainstream schools, the Boys Town Day School in Duncan is also a service offered.|
|Treatment program (inpatient, outpatient)||Boys Town||https://www.boystown.org/locations/iowa/Pages/default.aspx||712-302-7900||1702 West Broadway, Suite 17||Council Bluffs||IA||51501||Boys Town's facility in Iowa has been helping families stay together since 1989 through their expanding In-Home Family Services® program.|
Our unique in-home programs serve more than 1,100 families and 2,200 children in Iowa each year. With the addition of more offices in western Iowa, Boys Town now provides family services to through offices in three communities.
|Treatment program (inpatient, outpatient)||Boys Town||https://www.boystown.org/locations/central-florida/Pages/default.aspx||407-588-2170||975 Oklahoma Street||Oviedo||FL||32765||The largest campus area outside the Village of Boys Town, Nebraska, Boys Town Central Florida opened in 1986 in Oviedo. The site also works with the state of Florida to combat child abuse and neglect through one short-term Intervention and Assessment center. Community Support Services include Children in Need of Services/Family in Need of Services, Common Sense Parenting classes, and Project Safe Place, a national program that assists at-risk girls and boys in crisis. These programs and services touch the lives of 7,600 children and families in Central Florida each year.|
|Treatment program (inpatient, outpatient)||Boys Town||https://www.boystown.org/locations/louisiana/Pages/default.aspx||504-293-7900||Plaza Drive, Suite 212||New Orleans||LA||70127||Boys Town Louisiana opened in 1989, and today meets the needs of youth and families through a variety of Continuum of Care® services. The site offers Diagnostic and Assessment Services to provide immediate help to youth in dangerous situations. The site has three Family Homes for Adolescents in New Orleans and provides In-Home Family Services SM to troubled families. These services and programs touch the lives of 7,600 children and families in Louisiana each year.|
|Treatment program (inpatient, outpatient)||Boys Town||https://www.boystown.org/locations/north-florida/Pages/default.aspx||850-575-6422||3555 Commonwealth Blvd||Tallahassee||FL||32303||The first of Boys Town’s national sites, Boys Town North Florida has been serving children and families since 1983. We partner with area agencies and businesses to constantly enhance the quality and variety of care we provide in the community. We are very strongly positioned to continue to save children and heal families in North Florida.|
|Treatment program (inpatient, outpatient)||Boys Town||https://www.boystown.org/locations/south-florida/Pages/default.aspx||561-612-6000||1655 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 300||West Palm Beach||FL||33401||Boys Town South Florida has been providing life-changing care to area children and families since 1991. Our programs and services are part of the Boys Town national network and include the organization's research-proven methods, which ensure that troubled children and families across the country receive the right care, at the right time, in the right way.|
|Treatment program (inpatient, outpatient)||Boys Town||https://www.boystown.org/locations/new-england/Pages/default.aspx||401-845-2250||58 Flanagan Rd||Portsmouth||RI||02871||Boys Town New England has four Family Homes that serve adolescents and young children at its Bazarsky Campus. The site also offers Foster Family Services®, In-Home Family Services® and Community Support Services®. For children who have completed Boys Town New England out-of-home programs, Reunification Services are available to help them make a smooth transition back to their families and maintain and improve their treatment gains.|
|Treatment program (inpatient, outpatient)||Boys Town||https://www.boystown.org/locations/washington-dc/Pages/default.aspx||202-832-7343||4801 Sargent Road, N.E.||Washington||DC||20017||Direct care services for children include four Family Homes in the District. The site also offers Community Support Services® which focus on providing Common Sense Parenting ® classes that help parents expand and improve their child-rearing skills. These services and programs touch the lives of 6,200 children and families in the District of Columbia each year.|
|Treatment program (inpatient, outpatient)||Boys Town||https://www.boystown.org/locations/nevada/Pages/default.aspx||702-642-7070||821 North Mojave Road||Las Vegas||NV||89101||Boys Town Nevada opened its doors in 1991, bringing an innovative approach to child and family care to those in need in the Las Vegas area. The site's Continuum of services includes family-based services, such as In-Home Family Services SM and Common Sense Parenting ®classes, prevent disruption in the home and facilitate reunification by ensuring that families have the supports and skills they need to create and maintain a safe, stable environment for their children. Boys Town Nevada is headquartered in Las Vegas and directly serves more than 2,000 children each year.|
|Psychotherapy||Dr. Percy Calvert, III||https://www.linkedin.com/in/percy-calvert-iii-lpc-rpt-9167a358||74055||Licenced professional counselor specializing in conduct disorder.|
|Psychotherapy||Dr. Otto Kernberg||https://www.tfpny.com/member/otto-kernberg/||914-997-5714||122 East 42nd Street|
|New York||NY||10168||Director of the Personality Disorders Institute at The New York Presbyterian Hospital, Westchester Division|
Professor of Psychiatry at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University
Past-President of the International Psychoanalytic Association
Training and Supervising Analyst of the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research
|Treatment program (inpatient, outpatient)||Adventist Behavioral Health and Wellness||https://www.adventisthealthcare.com/services/mental-health/||800-204-8600||820 West Diamond Ave.|
|Gaithersburg||MD||20878||The organization offers a broad range of behavioral health programs and services for young children, adolescents, adults and senior adults including therapeutic nursery programs, acute inpatient care, outpatient/dual diagnosis chemical dependency programs, residential treatment, special education and community-based residential services. Adventist HealthCare Behavioral Health & Wellness Services is part of Gaithersburg-based Adventist HealthCare, an integrated health-care delivery system that is one of the largest employers in Maryland.|
|Psychotherapy||Cleveland Clinic Behavioral Halth||https://my.clevelandclinic.org/departments/neurological/depts/behavioral-health||866-588-2264||Multiple locations||Multiple locations||OH||Cleveland Clinic Center for Behavioral Health offers a wide range of inpatient and outpatient mental health and chemical dependency programs at numerous locations throughout Northeast Ohio. Our team of experts includes psychiatrists, therapists, nurses and other clinicians who are specially trained to help children, adolescents, adults and older adults manage their complex mental health issues, along with other providers who specialize in treating those suffering from chemical dependency.|
|Treatment program (inpatient, outpatient)||Sheppard Pratt||https://www.sheppardpratt.org/care-services/||410-938-3000||6501 N Charles Street||Baltimore||MD||21204||Sheppard Pratt has been improving the quality of life in our community for more than 160 years. We offer robust mental health, special education, co-occurring disorders, developmental disability, and social services throughout Maryland. While our treatments and therapies have always been modern and ahead of their time, our person-centered approach and compassionate care has remained the same since we first opened our doors.|