College Student Intensive Outpatient Program for Young Adults is designed to meet the specific needs of matriculating college students, age 18 to 26 years old, who are struggling to function in the academic environment due to mood related issues, such as depression and anxiety. The program’s theoretical framework draws on aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). The supportive environment empowers young adults to learn how to gain control of their mental health and strive to achieve their personal goals in school.
College Student Intensive Outpatient Program allows you to continue with your studies while receiving treatment to manage your mental health. The Hall @ Center House offers an inviting, casual space for interaction, quiet time and group activities. It’s a place for you to regain balance and get your life back on track in the company young adults with similar goals, working with our specialty team.
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Young Adult Programs
The Hall at Center House
Butler Hospital | Center House, Third Floor
345 Blackstone Boulevard
Providence, RI 02906
Admissions and Evaluations
P: 1 (844) 401-0111
On your first day please bring:
Parking is free. Follow signs to Parking Lot C, which is near the Partial Hospital Program entrance. Once you enter the building, follow signs to the Blumer Building Partial Hospital registration area.
RIPTA public bus service is available to Butler Hospital campus with drops off and picks up near the Sawyer Building. For a bus schedule, visit ripta.com. Taxi services may also be directed to this location. Once on campus, ask drivers to follow signs to Parking Lot A. They may turn into the circular drive in front of Sawyer Building.
There are power outlets available in The Hall for recharging cell phones or tablets, however, electronic devices are only allowed during breaks.
Patients are welcome to bring food and snacks to program. During program hours Butler’s cafeteria and café to are closed. If there are limitations because of food allergies, groups will be notified by staff.
Butler Hospital is a smoke-free, tobacco-free campus. Smoking is not permitted, including e-cigarettes, in the buildings or on the grounds. If you smoke or use tobacco products, discuss this during your initial meeting as we do offer medications that may aid in smoking/tobacco cessation.