July 5, 2022
It seems like everyone is talking about the adolescent mental health care crisis these days. But at Lightfully Behavioral Health, we’re committed to doing something about it, too.
That’s why we are so proud to announce the opening of our adolescent residential treatment center (RTC) in Encinitas on August 17. It’s our eighth facility, and the first designed specifically to care just for adolescents ages 12 to 18.
“Access to high-quality mental health care is one of the biggest challenges facing our whole industry, and especially for adolescents in need,” says Lightfully CEO Jennifer Steiner. “A big part of our Lightfully mission is to help families fill that gap and get the care their children deserve. We’re so thrilled to be opening this first residential center for young people—and it’s just a start. Throughout the year, we’ll be opening 4 more facilities focused solely on adolescents.”
Want to see our plan in action? We’d love for you to join us at our in-person open house on Monday evening, August 8, from 5-7 p.m. It’s a chance to meet our team, tour the facility, and learn more about the unique way we are delivering care for adolescents. We’ll also talk about how our Process Based Therapy clinical model and training program have been specifically adapted for adolescents’ care needs.
Bonus: Cocktails and refreshments will be served. And we’re also going to turn the whole housewarming thing on its head by providing the gift to you. (Hint: A tumbler full of jellybeans, anyone?)
OK, so that was more than just a hint! We hope to see you in Encinitas on August 8.
To sign up, RSVP below.
When: 5-7 p.m. Monday, August 8
Where: Encinitas, CA, part of the San Diego metro area (we’ll email the address to all confirmed attendees)
- Tour the new adolescent residential treatment center
- Meet the clinical leadership team and onsite staff
- Learn more about Lightfully’s unique approach to adolescent care
- Network with your peers
- Enjoy cocktails and refreshments
Note: Masks will be required inside the facility