An ever-growing list of resources suggested to us by other parents and medical professionals.
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Jonathan Avery, M.D., is the Director of Addiction Psychiatry and an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College and New York-Presbyterian Hospital.
The Adolescent Substance Use & Addiction Program (ASAP) at Boston Children’s Hospital provides national leadership in the identification, diagnosis and treatment of substance use problems and disorders in children and adolescents.
A nonprofit organization founded in 1976, Freedom Institute is a state-of-the art outpatient treatment and recovery center.
Stonewater Adolescent Recovery Center is a unique, adolescent, substance use disorder treatment program providing every patient with a comprehensive and customized level of care.
The Maxwell Institute offers intensive and clinic-level outpatient chemical dependency treatment and education services for adults, adolescents, and their families.
Discovery Mood and Anxiety Program offers comprehensive, compassionate evidence-based treatment Nationwide.
Offering clinical services, research opportunities, and education programs focused on preventing and addressing adolescent substance use, while also encouraging young people to pursue careers in science and discovery.
Newport Academy is a teen rehabilitation center that was founded with the mission to provide teens and their families with the highest-quality care and treatment.
The UNC TTP program offers outpatient treatment for tobacco dependence including e-cigarettes. Trained Tobacco Treatment Specialists give compassionate care collaborating with patients to develop individualized plans that include behavioral strategies and support.
Duke’s outpatient program offers treatment to people of all ages for all forms of tobacco products, including vaping, through evaluation, pharmacotherapy, individual and group counseling, and close follow-up.