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A Quest to Create Greater Accessibility: New Programs to Meet Ever-Expanding Mental Health Needs

When a teen or young adult needs mental health care, we want their family to find accessible, high-quality treatment nearby. Our newest short-term, insurance reimbursed, residential programs — Embark at The Poconos, Embark at The Forge, and Embark at Hobble Creek — all increase access to empathetic and supportive mental health care for teens and their families. 

Embark at the Poconos

Embark at The Poconos is a short-term residential treatment center for girls ages 13-17 who face various mental health issues. Located in White Haven, Pennsylvania, we provide empathetic and individualized care in a home environment for those who need extra support from programs or living environments.

Embark at the Forge

Embark at The Forge is a new program designed for the unique needs of teen boys ages 14-17. The Forge is a 45–90-day program that combines fitness, outdoor experiences, individual and family counseling, and a rigorous school curriculum to help boys excel and build an understanding of what they’ll need to continue the healing process even after they leave. The Forge is located in Benton, Tennessee.

Embark at Hobble Creek

Embark at Hobble Creek is located in Springville, Utah, and is a short-term residential care center for girls ages 12-17 with anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. The program’s therapeutic structure supports families and their daughters with addressing and overcoming issues to help manage daily life tasks and make healthy changes. 

If you’d like to learn more about our programs and how we might be able to help, please reach out to us here.

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Embark Behavioral Health

Embark Behavioral Health is a leading network of outpatient centers and residential programs offering premier mental health treatment for preteens, teens, and young adults. Dedicated to its mission of reversing the trends of teen and young adult anxiety, depression, and suicide by 2028, Embark offers a robust continuum of care with different levels of service and programming; has a deep legacy of over 25 years serving youths; works with families to adjust treatment in real time to improve results; treats the entire family using an evidence-based approach; and offers the highest levels of quality care and safety standards. For more information about Embark or its treatment programs, including virtual counseling, intensive outpatient programs (IOPs), partial hospitalization programs (PHPs), short-term residential treatment, wilderness therapy, and long-term residential treatment, visit www.embarkbh.com.