Benchmark Transitions is a residential transitional living treatment program providing initial care for older teens and young adults. We also give continuing care to young people exiting other primary treatment centers and adolescents aging-out of therapeutic boarding schools. And we’re an ideal option for young adult children “stuck” at home with failure to launch issues.
Our program goes beyond the clinical treatment, behavioral health therapy, and addiction recovery of the typical residential treatment center. We also provide educational, vocational, and life skills support to help your teenage or young adult child develop into a healthy, focused man or woman.
Benchmark Transitions is a long-term residential treatment center for older teenagers and young adults, with transitional levels of care individualized for each client’s unique treatment needs. We’re an ideal program for at risk young adults needing immediate primary treatment for substance abuse or struggling with mental health and emotional issues, as well as the son or daughter "stuck" at home needing additional support to achieve independence.
Our program goes beyond the clinical counseling, behavioral & mental health therapy and alcohol & drug addiction support of most residential treatment centers. We also provide educational, vocational and life skills assistance to help your older troubled teen or struggling young adult child gain resilience and emerge into adulthood successfully.
Suffering from alcohol addiction at age 20 or drug dependency at 22? A 25 year old needing behavioral assistance? Troubled at age 23 requiring emotional issues support? Help with at risk teens age 18 to young adults 28 years old is our expertise. If your son or daughter is struggling to grow up, we provide the counseling & life skills to help them transition to a confident, functioning adult.
Operating in Southern California since 1993, we’re one of the longest running transitional living programs specifically treating troubled teens.
Admissions Contact Name: Shelley Skaggs