POR offers two distinct Day Treatment programs located at our offices in Golden Valley, MN

 

Day Treatment programming for LGBTQPIA Youth

Power of Relationships  Day Treatment program aims to treat adolescents identifying as LGBTQPIA ages 13-18 years of age  who are experiencing difficulty in managing emotional health related to depression, anxiety and PTSD (as well as other issues) in order  to improve personal functioning in the home, school, and community.  The interventions utilized in the Day Treatment program are used in order to increase self esteem and acceptance of self, stabilization of emotional health functioning, develop appropriate coping skills for daily life events, decrease self-defeating behaviors, improve family support systems in order to develop positive relationships with  self, peers and adults.

Services we provide

  • Day treatment program will operate 5 days a week with each day consisting  of 3 hours of emotional health programming.
  • The emotional health programming consists of  one hour of group psychotherapy and two hours of skills training each day.
  • Each child will participate in Individual therapy  at least once a week as part of their emotional wellness programming.
  • Family therapy is encouraged and can be provided up to 4 hours per month in addition to the  3 hours of day treatment emotional health  programming.
  • This program is not designed to ‘fix’ or ‘cure’ the identity of LGBTQPIA, rather it is intended to assist the child in embracing their whole self and living their truth everyday.

Who do we serve?

Power of Relationships Day Treatment  program will serve up to 10 teens ages 13 to 18 years old who identify as or may be questioning their sexual identity as being LGBTQPAI and also have a mental health diagnoses such as Major Depression, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Dysthymia, Body Dysmorphia among others. Teens must have a diagnostic assessment  that is less than 6 months old. IF a child is in need  of a diagnostic assessment, POR staff can provide that service.

Hours of Program Monday -Friday  8:30am – 11:30 am.
Transportation may be provided by the child’s school district or may be accessed through the use of MNET transportation via Medical Assistance insurance coverage.

Day Treatment Program for Girls ages 13-18 years old

Power of Relationships afternoon  Day Treatment program aims to treat adolescents Girls ages 13-18 who are experiencing difficulty in managing emotional health symptoms  related to past trauma, depression, anxiety, social interaction and other issues in order  to improve personal functioning in the home, school, and community.  The interventions utilized in the Day Treatment program are used in order to stabilize emotional health functioning, develop age-appropriate coping skills, decrease self-defeating behaviors, improve family support systems as well as  develop positive relationships with themselves,  peers and adults.

Services we provide

  • Day treatment program will operate 5 days a week with each day consisting  of 3 hours of emotional health programming.
  • The emotional health programming consists of  one hour of group psychotherapy and two hours of skills training each day.
  • Each child will participate in Individual therapy  at least once a week as part of their emotional wellness programming.
  • Family therapy is encouraged and can be provided up to 4 hours per month in addition to the  3 hours of day treatment emotional health  programming.

Who do we serve?

Power of Relationships Day Treatment  program will serve  up to 5 female teens ages 13 to 17 who have a mental health diagnoses such as Major Depression, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Dysthymia, Body Dysmorphia among others. Teens must have a recent diagnostic assessment  that is less than 6 months old. POR staff can provide a diagnostic assessment if needed. Teens may have already done outpatient therapy to address their emotional needs and not experienced success in that setting.  The majority of children participating in the program will reside in Hennepin County.

Hours of Program Monday -Friday  12:30 pm – 3:30 pm.
Transportation may be provided by the child’s school district or may be accessed through the use of MNET transportation via Medical Assistance insurance coverage.

Referral Process

Clients are referred through school teachers and social workers, mental health professionals, hospitals and parents.   If you have identified a child who you feel should be attending POR Day Treatment, the first step in the process is to call us at 952-835-6540 and set up an intake appointment with Laurie Moser to determine your child’s eligibility for our services.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

POR Day Treatment is  located at 8421 Wayzata Blvd, Suite 250, Golden Valley, MN, just south of Hwy 394 and east of Hwy 169.  Day Treatment at POR will operate from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon daily. Typically the home school district will transport students to and from the day treatment setting. Following Day Treatment services, the child will return to their primary school to complete the rest of their educational day.

If you have identified a child who you feel should be attending POR Day Treatment, the first step in the process is to call us at 952-835-6540 and set up an intake appointment with Laurie Moser to determine your child’s eligibility for our services.