Day treatment, or partial-hospital programs, gives patients eight hours of programming each day. Day treatment provides a higher level of care than traditional outpatient clinics. Some patients transition to day treatment after being released from the hospital for their mental health condition.
Partial programs include group, individual, and family therapies under the supervision of a psychiatrist.
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Kidstar Day Treatment Program
Kidstar is a daily treatment program for children 5–12 years of age that assists in clarifying the diagnosis of children with emotional and behavioral challenges. The treatment team includes board certified child/adolescent psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, expressive therapists, and an education specialist. Together they create an individualized treatment plan for each child.
- a psychiatric evaluation,
- individual and family therapy,
- psychological and educational evaluations,
- school recommendations, and
- social skills training.
Teenscope & Teenscope South Day Treatment Program
Teenscope is a daily treatment program for teens ages 12–18 that assists in:
- clarifying diagnosis,
- resolving family issues, and
- providing treatment for all mental health issues.
When appropriate, we also address chemical dependency issues.
The treatment team includes board certified child/adolescent psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, expressive therapists, an education specialist, as well as an addiction specialist, when appropriate. Together, with the patient and their family, the care team creates an individualized treatment plan.
The adolescents are evaluated for medication needs and participate in a psychoeducational assessment and additional psychological testing to provide the best course of treatment.
Teenscope includes a fully accredited education program allowing patients to earn credit toward graduation. The education specialist serves as a liaison to the patient’s school and provides advocacy and coordination when the student returns to their school.
Teenscope: Two Locations
Contact HMHI About Our Youth Mental Health Programs
We want to ensure that your child gets quality care that best fits their mental health needs. If you’re not sure which mental health program is most appropriate for your child, please call us at 801-583-2500.
If your child is experiencing suicidal thoughts or behaviors or is in immediate danger of harming themself or others, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or Utah Crisis Line at 801-587-3000.