We help young people ages 5 to 17 — as well as their families — learn to cope with behavioral problems, depression, anxiety, substance abuse and other mental health challenges. We offer both inpatient and outpatient services at our main location. The professionals working with children and adolescents understand that developmental, social and educational factors must be taken into consideration when working with this special population.
Children and teens with behavioral or emotional problems struggle at school and at home. A mental disorder could be putting obstacles in your child’s way. Mental health problems in children and teenagers are surprisingly common in today’s complicated world. They can interfere with a young person’s development, relationships and daily life. Fortunately, there are a variety of treatment options that can help keep life in balance. Our experienced professionals offer smart, hopeful solutions in a secure environment.
Please don’t ignore these signals that your child may need help!
We are very fortunate to enjoy a partnership with the El Paso Independent School District to provide special education services for appropriate patients while they receive inpatient treatment. Classrooms on campus are dedicated to each age group, and computer labs are available for those who are able to participate in these services.
Children and adolescents attending our outpatient services are provided opportunities to work on classroom assignments from school while in the program and their attendance is reported back to El Paso Independent School District for further accountability and tracking.
Inpatient Medical Director – Osvaldo Gaytan, MD, PhD; Phil Petrus, PA
Inpatient Program Manager – Michelle Cortez, LPC
Inpatient Nurse Manager – Juliana Messer, RN