Youth Overcoming Drug Abuse (YODA)

stars_YODA8The YODA program provides free treatment services to youth ages 13-18 who are uninsured or have insurance that will not pay for treatment. Our Intensive Outpatient Program is held 3:30-6:30, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Fridays. At YODA, we meet our patients where they are and guide them towards change, providing therapeutic services with empathy and non-confrontational care. Our model is based on evidence-based therapeutic models including cognitive behavioral and motivational enhancement therapies offered with consideration of the realities and diversity of our patients.
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