Hope is here, with Libertas.
You’ve seen the signs, at least some of them, and you’ve been confused, frustrated or angry. You may have had sleepless nights, felt like you were losing control or feared for your safety or the safety of a loved one. You’ve hoped for these worries to go away…
Common signs and symptoms of substance use disorder in adolescents

Call Libertas at

(920) 498-8600 or email libertas@hshs.org
to schedule an assessment.
  • Deteriorating grades or lack of school attendance
  • Unexplained changes in personality or attitude
  • Change to a negative peer group
  • Underage drinking fines and other legal problems
  • Apparent drunkenness or hangovers
  • Unexplained depletion of liquor or medication supplies
  • Physical evidence such as liquor bottles, drug paraphernalia, pill containers
  • Theft from parents or siblings
  • Disrespect and unwillingness to follow rules or family structure
  • Disappearing for days at a time
  • Evidence of huffing – unexplained depletion of aerosol products, solvents, household cleaners
  • Changes in energy levels, appetites, sleep pattern and hygiene
Services for adolescents
Libertas is here to serve young adults with compassion and support for families, focusing on the development of new skills, learning the process of recovery and maintaining abstinence, all in a confidential setting. At Libertas, adolescent recovery begins with an assessment with a licensed substance abuse counselor. The assessment includes:
  • Parent interview
  • Adolescent interview
  • Drug screening
  • Psychosocial history intake
From that assessment, the level of care appropriate for each individual is determined.
  • Outpatient Program
    • Individual Counseling
    • Intensive Outpatient Program
    • Aftercare
  • Inpatient program
Family Support
At Libertas, family involvement is an important aspect of recovery. We encourage parents, children and all those within a patient’s support system to participate in recovery and to better understand the serious nature of substance use disorder. Parenting and coping resources are made available to help the entire family in the recovery process.
Call (920) 498-8600 for more information.

Learn more about topics related to substance use disorder, here.
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