Adolescent Mental Health Program
Inpatient mental health treatments for teens
Is your teenager struggling with their mental health? Some of the warning signs may include:
- Attempted suicide or suicidal thoughts
- Skipping school
- Isolating him or herself from friends, loved ones, or other social environments: showing signs of depression
- Causing self harm to oneself
- Mood swings
- Thoughts or feelings of hopelessness
- Tried to hurt someone else
- Overly critical of him or herself
- Feeling overwhelmed frequently
- Experiencing bullying regularly: either online or in school
- Bullying others regularly
- Hyperactive all the time
- Unable to sleep
- Unable to pay attention
- Experimenting with tobacco
- Using marijuana or other drugs, such as speed or ecstasy
- Running away often and for long periods of time
We can help your teen right now!
Let us know how we can help! Call us toll free, at (855) 990-1900.
What About School?
While receiving mental health treatment teens attend school for one hour, Monday through Friday to work on assignments from the school he/she is enrolled.
We ask parents or guardians bring their teen’s assignments no later than three days after admission so he/she does not fall behind.
2615 Washington Street
Waukegan, IL 60085
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Via I-94 to IL-120 E / Belvidere Rd. in Warren Township.
Take the IL – 120 E / Belvidere Rd. exit from I-94 W.
Continue on Belvidere Rd. Drive to Washington St. in Waukegan.
Lake Behavioral Hospital will be on the right, located at previous Vista Medical Center West campus.