Adolescent Mental Health
Our adolescent inpatient program at TriStar Skyline’s Madison Campus is available for teenagers from 13 to 17 years old who are experiencing serious emotional and behavioral challenges, including substance abuse. The program is staffed by board-certified psychiatrists, therapists, nurses and teachers specially trained to treat adolescents.
Qualified, Compassionate Psychiatrists
Our doctors and specialists understand the problems and stress that kids can face in their lives. Each of our specialists are committed to helping teenagers find stability and gain skills to overcome types of anxiety, depression and other mental health conditions. The first step is providing a comprehensive assessment of each adolescent patient. After the psychiatric evaluation, our staff creates a personalized treatment plan that will include individual, group and family therapy. Family involvement is key part of our program. Our specialists, patients and families must all work together for the same goal.
The program is staffed with health professionals specially trained to treat adolescents, including:
- Board certified child and adolescent psychiatrists
- Licensed therapists
- Registered nurses
- Recreation therapists
- Academic teacher (licensed, master's level)
For questions about the program,
call (877) 342-1450.
Our Mental Health Center in Madison, TN
The facility includes 21 private rooms that are designed to provide a calm, safe environment with beautiful views of the Nashville skyline. We want our patients to feel comfortable as they engage in different therapy sessions, classes and group exercises.
The treatment model consists of:
- Comprehensive assessment
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
- Psychiatric evaluation
- Family therapy and involvement
- Continuing care planning
- Academic education
Our program also includes academic education taught by a master’s level teacher. These classes promote problem solving and communication skills along with regular academic lessons.
At the end of the program, we develop a plan for continuing care for each patient.