Youth (Ages 13-18)

Helping young people navigate challenge and change.

The years between ages 13 and 18 are a time of dramatic change and vivid experience. Often, they can be years of turmoil as well. Our specially trained therapists provide adolescents and young adults with caring, personal treatment and support serious mental illness such as depression and anxiety. They also work with kids working through the effects of abuse, addiction, behavioral issues, and issues that stem from sexual orientation.

  • The right level of care.

    We offer a full spectrum of care and support services, from intensive inpatient residential treatment to outpatient treatment, support groups and more.

  • Hope, healing and understanding.

    The path that brings you to Navos may be long, scary and exhausting. We understand, and we offer a place where both you and the child in your care can find recovery and support.

  • Treating you like you.

    Our approach is distinguished by a compassionate understanding that no two young people are the same, and that every young person deserves to be seen, heard, and taken seriously. Treatment takes into account each child’s unique situation and background.

  • POW! LGBTQ+ Youth Group

    POW! provides a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQ+ and allied youth ages 13-21 in South King County. The mission of POW! is to increase the resiliency of LGBTQ+ youth, to build community, and to advocate for social justice. POW!’s vision is for LGBTQ+ young people to be healthy, happy and to feel pride in their identity. This is part of a broader Navos vision for a healthy community in which all people thrive. Learn more here.