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Belmont Behavioral Health offers a variety of specialized treatment options for adolescents. Since many teenagers' problems are an outgrowth of family issues, we work with parents, siblings, grandparents and other family members to develop effective behavior solutions. In addition, Belmont works with schools, community agencies and other organizations to develop treatment and discharge plans that will result in coordinated, integrated care.
The Adolescent Inpatient Program at Belmont Behavioral Health offers quality behavioral health care in a confidential and caring environment. The adolescent unit provides spacious double rooms, lounges with TVs and games, access to a restaurant-style dining room and a computer room with the latest hardware and software. We also emphasize education through an on-site school program staffed by a certified teacher.
Outpatient services for adolescents and their families are offered at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, Belmont Behavioral Health and Einstein Center One. These facilities are all part of Einstein Healthcare Network.
For more information or assistance, call 1-800-220-HELP (4357) or 215-456-8000.
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