Princeton House Adolescent Program in Princeton is now for all genders
The Adolescent Program in Princeton now accepts all genders.
As of Monday, July 1, 2019, Princeton House’s Princeton outpatient site accepts teens of all genders to its Adolescent Program, formerly called the Teen Girls Program. The Adolescent Program will continue to offer the same treatment modalities for teens ages 13 to 17:
DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy)
EET (Emotional Eating Track)
SELF (Safety Emotions Loss Future – Trauma Track)
Princeton House offers services for adolescents at multiple locations at the partial hospital (5 days/week, 6 hours/day) and intensive outpatient (3 days/week, 3 hours/day) levels of care.
If you have any questions, please contact Princeton House Outpatient Admissions at 888.437.1610, or visit princetonhouse.org/teens.
Equitable Care for All
At Penn Medicine Princeton Health, all patients, without exception, have the right to high-quality, unbiased, patient-centered health care, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression.
OUTPATIENT ADMISSIONS PHONE: 888.437.1610
?OUTPATIENT ADMISSIONS FAX FOR CLINICAL REFERRALS: 609.683.6840
The Mission of Princeton HealthCare System is to be the focal point of a comprehensive community health system that responds to the healthcare needs of our service area residents. Princeton HealthCare System will provide inpatient and outpatient care, community health education, medical education, and should promote medical and scientific research when appropriate. It is integral to the Mission of Princeton HealthCare System to continually improve quality of service to our patients and community and to provide appropriate healthcare to all.