Adolescent Mental Health Program: Thrive Adolescent Program
Inpatient treatment for teens
Is your teenager doing this?
- Attempted suicide
- Skipping school
- Isolating him or herself
- Self injuring
- Angry and does not know why
- Feeling hopeless
- Tried to hurt someone else
- Overly critical of him or herself
- Feeling overwhelmed frequently
- Experiencing bullying regularly
- Bullying others regularly
- Hyperactive all the time
- Unable to sleep
- Unable to pay attention
- Experimenting with tobacco
- Using marijuana or other drugs, such as speed or ecstasy
- Running away often and for long periods of time
We can help your teen right now!
Call us , at (360) 651-6400
Recently featured on King 5 News, learn how Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital can be a resource to your teenager in their moments of need.
- A safe environment for your teen in a adolescent – only treatment unit.
- Psychiatric evaluation by a Board Certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist or Advanced Nurse Practitioner.
- Medication assessment, initiation & stabilization.
- Education on how to manage feelings, thoughts and emotions.
- Opportunity for teens to understand symptoms with peers their own age.
- Group therapy classes centered on proven, evidence-based programs, specifically for teens.
- Recreation therapy to help teens learn coping strategies.
- Family meetings.
- Crisis safety planning.
- Discharge planning to help connect patients and families to outpatient resources.
- Transgender and non-binary population track available, with a focus on family support.
Let us know how we can help! Call us , at (360) 651-6400.
3955 156th Street Northeast
Marysville, WA 98271
Call Us 24/7 at: (360) 651-6400
From I-5 , take exit 206 onto 172nd St NE.
Head east on 172nd St NE.
Turn right onto Smokey Point Blvd.
Head south on Smokey Point Blvd for 1 mile.
Turn left onto 156th St NE.
Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital is on the left.
Please note that Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital is located on the east side of I-5. Google Maps will take you to the west side of I-5.