Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program facilities are designed to create an atmosphere in which we can help patients to manage their emotional struggles in healthy and appropriate ways. Programs may employ a variety of therapies including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), experiential therapy, behavior modification and others, along with beneficial physical activities such as equine therapy, swimming, gardening and yoga (if available).
This location provides care for patients aged 11 to 17. Both individual and group sessions are utilized, and many programs incorporate family participation and structured home visits as well. All treatment is guided by highly trained professional counselors. Patients may also receive periodic psychiatric evaluation of medications and have access to consultations with registered dietitians.
Insurances we accept at this location include but are not limited to Anthem Blue Cross, Beacon, and, Unicare. Please remember that the insurances we accept change frequently. Our insurance team will verify your coverage.
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Here’s What Patients Say After Completing Treatment*
- 97% feel hopeful about their future*
- 95% believe they can handle life after treatment*
- 99% know what helps them get better*
“I came out of this program much stronger and more stable, with tools to help me in case I ever feel unstable again. I received more than adequate care here. I was given coping tools, the staff was very attentive and the groups were very helpful.” – B.W., former patient at DMA
“My daughter has made strides in this program and learned some invaluable coping skills. I highly recommend this program to other people who are suffering from mental health issues.” – T.W., parent of DMA alumni
*Percentage includes adult and adolescent patients who admitted to the Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program in 2021 (between 1/1/21 and 12/31/21) and completed the Recovery Assessment Scale (RAS) (N = 2,278). Average length of stay is 34.2 days for those who completed treatment (did not discharge to a higher level of care, due to insurance, against treatment advice, transfer or administratively).