Young Adult Recovery Program
Looking for highly specialized inpatient mental health facilities for youth
(aged 18 – 25)?
When you come to Nōmina @ Forbidden Plateau and our youth inpatient mental health program, we focus on the whole person. Our most important focus is helping your young adult, while also providing you with support, and tools designed to help you in your own healing journey.
We have created a comprehensive program designed to optimize youth potential from intensive one-on-one counseling, active living, integrated nutrition, and creative exploration. Our registered psychotherapists will help make connections about how the past influences the present and can help improve the future. Our team will create a plan for a successful recovery.
The small size of our groups allows us to tailor our young adult mental health program to the individual needs of each of our clients. We offer a proven, evidence-based approach to services, all from a beautiful mountain-top setting. Right from the start, our highly trained mental health specialists meet with you to create a treatment plan.
Our registered psychotherapists use techniques like ISTDP, EMDR, Direct Neurofeedback, CBT, DBT, and a mindfulness-based approach to help you reach your mental health goals. Our team works together to help you experience the healing power of your own journey.
Our Youth Inpatient Mental Health Program Includes:
Small group size
1:1 counselling sessions to explore your mental health concern
Resource and skill building development
Transition and goal planning
Engaging in physical activities and outings
Family support as well as family guidance to help you and your supports navigate
Collaboration with other health professionals
One year of aftercare follow-up for both the client and the family members involved in the treatment program.
A Special Note to Parents
We are parents, and we understand the profound emotions in trying to support a young adult with mental health concerns. We treat not just the young adults but the whole support system with our Extensive Family Program.
For parents struggling with their child's suicide idealization, please read our blog post for more information and a suicide safety plan. You can also download the COLUMBIA-SUICIDE SEVERITY RATING SCALE (C-SSRS) at https://cssrs.columbia.edu/wp-content/uploads/C-SSRS_Pediatric-SLC_11.14.16.pdf
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