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Often a psychiatric diagnosis is not the only problem youth are battling at the time of admission. At the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, our chemical dependency counselor will work hand in hand with patients and their families to address addiction or drug-abusing behaviors during their treatment stay for a co-existing psychiatric disorder.
Treating children and adolescents from onset to 18 years of age, we provide families a better understanding of the treatment process and will help youth understand the effect drugs have on their development and future problems that can occur with continued use.
Youth identified as having a diagnosis of substance abuse or dependency upon admission to one of our inpatient or residential units will be offered the following services:
During a youth’s inpatient or residential stay we will provide:
Physician referral upon admission or stay on an inpatient or residential unit.
For additional information, contact Vanessa Agee-Hodge, LSW, LCDC III
Phone: 513-636-7790Pager: 513-736-2265
We provide patients and families with a variety of resources, including information for schools, details about our Surviving the Teens / Suicide Prevention program, upcoming events and community partners.
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