Find Hope at Hillside Horizon for Teens

If you or a loved one is struggling with mental health, you can find healing here.

Our Mission

Hillside Horizon for Teens is designed to help adolescents work through the struggles that may be hindering their daily lives. It is our mission to equip teens with a set of healthy coping skills not only relevant for the present, but adaptable to their future, and hereby pledge to walk empathetically alongside those families who entrust us with the safety of their children throughout this life changing experience.

Hillside Horizon is an ideal place for families who seek additional support in helping their children and a better understanding of their child’s mental health struggles. We aim to ensure your children complete our program with a new outlook on life and the coping skills needed to walk gracefully through any future trials they may encounter on their path to success.

We at Hillside Horizon treat adolescents between the ages of 12 & 17 who are struggling, or may be struggling, with their mental health. Our Hillside Horizon team comprises highly qualified and motivated professionals who specialize in an assortment of treatment methods and whose collective passions are to help families just like yours. Such methods that we at Hillside Horizon can treat include ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, personality disorders, bipolar disorders, eating disorders, self-harm, high-risk behaviors, suicidal ideations, and trauma-related disorders.

Who We Are

Hillside Horizon for Teens was founded by a group of like-minded individuals who saw an under-served population that needed immediate help. Due to the current climate of the world, we set out to create a safe and tranquil environment for teens and their families to learn, grow and heal! Throughout our collective decades of involvement within the Mental Health industry, our front-line experiences have become paramount in building the rapport and trust necessary to have a positive effect on who we seek to treat. With respect to the recovery and healing process, our highly motivated and equally passionate team of medical and clinical professionals will provide comprehensive guidance to families, including but not limited to, clear communication, confidentiality, and quality care. By implementing a variety of treatment modalities, we intend to help teens set and meet their unique, individual goals, thus steering them towards a healthier and more successful future.

Lastly, we feel it is our duty to make a stand, break the stigma, and educate families across the US regarding the seriousness of this Mental Health crisis, and we aspire to do just that!

What We Treat

ADD/ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common childhood neurodevelopmental disorders. It generally affects people of all ages, but it is most commonly diagnosed in children and adolescents.

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Teen
Anxiety

Experiencing occasional anxiousness is a normal part of growing up. However, when anxiety becomes chronic and overwhelming, it can interfere with your teen’s development and daily life in significant ways.

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Teen
Depression

Sadness, low energy, and fatigue are all normal human experiences, especially for teens going through emotional and hormonal changes. When those low moods begin to prevail over other emotions and affect your teen’s day-to-day life, however, it’s a sign that there may be something more serious going on.

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Teen
Personality
Disorder

Often, people consider their personality to be the defining factor in who they are as a person. For example, someone might say they are “shy” or “outgoing.” But what if a personality trait becomes so pervasive and rigid that it interferes with daily functioning? Sometimes, it can indicate that a personality disorder may be present.

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What We Treat

ADD/ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common childhood neurodevelopmental disorders. It generally affects people of all ages, but it is most commonly diagnosed in children and adolescents.

Learn More

Teen
Anxiety

Experiencing occasional anxiousness is a normal part of growing up. However, when anxiety becomes chronic and overwhelming, it can interfere with your teen’s development and daily life in significant ways.

Learn More

Teen
Depression

Sadness, low energy, and fatigue are all normal human experiences, especially for teens going through emotional and hormonal changes. When those low moods begin to prevail over other emotions and affect your teen’s day-to-day life, however, it’s a sign that there may be something more serious going on.

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Teen Personality Disorders

Often, people consider their personality to be the defining factor in who they are as a person. For example, someone might say they are “shy” or “outgoing.” But what if a personality trait becomes so pervasive and rigid that it interferes with daily functioning? Sometimes, it can indicate that a personality disorder may be present.

Learn More

Bipolar Disorders

Sadness, low energy, and fatigue are all normal human experiences, especially for teens going through emotional and hormonal changes. When those low moods begin to prevail over other emotions and affect your teen’s day-to-day life, however, it’s a sign that there may be something more serious going on.

Self-Harm

When some people get overwhelmed by emotions they may turn to self-harm or self-injury as an attempt to release painful emotions or to send out a cry for help. People who turn to self-harm usually are not making an attempt to commit suicide, but many times do have that outcome. There is a wide range of ways people engage in self-harm and various ways to treat the issue as well.

Eating Disorders

Eating disorders do not discriminate and are not limited to any one group of people; they can affect anyone, regardless of race, sex, or socioeconomic status. We estimate that 2.8% of young adults in the United States suffer from teen eating disorders.

Suicidal Ideations

Teenagers in middle school and high school experience tremendous changes: physically, psychologically, and emotionally. This is due to the exponential pace of development. In addition, many teenagers miss out on crucial developmental stages, leading to a sense of disappointment and emotional pain.

More than 100 years of clinical & therapeutic expertise