Is Your Student Struggling with Their Mental Health or Substance Use?
Substance Use, Mental Health & College Students
Today’s college students are facing mental health difficulties at levels never before seen. We believe these students should be able to face their challenges and seek treatment amongst their peers while staying in school. We provide clinical Intensive Outpatient Programs that are only available to young adults on a college track with mental health and substance use disorders. We use evidence-based practices and peer-based support to help students heal and ultimately thrive in school and life.
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Outpatient Treatment Designed for College Life
Students in need of support can choose from our in-person and virtual Intensive Outpatient Programs for mental health or substance use treatment, available to all young adults in California on a college track.
Developed With Students & Universities
Developed in partnership with students, universities and clinical experts, these programs make it possible for students to work through their challenges while staying in school, so they can thrive through graduation and beyond.
In-Patient & Virtual Programming Available for California College students
Los Angeles-based students can take advantage of our flexible in-person programming while any California college student qualifies for our entirely online program.
Intensive Outpatient Program Features
- Substance Use, Mental Health & Dual Diagnosis Tracks
- Weekly One-on-One Counseling and Psychotherapy
- Case Management Services
- Group Therapy
- Peer-to-Peer Mentoring
- Community Gatherings With Other College Students
- In-Network With Aetna Student Health
- Accept Most PPOs on an Out-Of-Network Basis
Warning Signs Your College Student is at Risk
Almost 75% of mental health issues arise before the age of 24, but these could be seen after highschool. Additionally, half of all college students admit to binge drinking or using drugs once a month. Worried your student might be in trouble? Here are some signs to look for:
- A sudden change in academic performance, failing grades or skipping classes
- Marked changes in behavior
- Signs of social isolation or withdrawal such as avoiding friends and social activities
- Emotional outbursts, such as tearfulness, anger or irritability
- Changes in eating habits such as increased hunger or lack of appetite
- Lack of energy or fatigue, excessive sleep
- Drop in interest in normal activities, sports, interests
- Changes in hygiene and appearance
- Difficulty in making contact or changes in type or frequency of communication
- Unexplainable financial difficulties
- Unrealistic guilt, fear or being overwhelmed
Learn about resources available to your college student now. Talk to us today. 213.410.5208
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In-Network with Aetna Student Health
We accept most PPO insurance plans on an out-of-network basis.