Published On: July 21, 2022|Categories: News|

ALTOONA, PA – July 20, 2022 – High Focus Centers announced today the opening of an outpatient treatment program in Farmington, Connecticut for adolescents ages 13-17 diagnosed with a mental health, substance use and/or co-occurring mental health disorders.

The new location in Farmington marks High Focus Centers’ second outpatient program in Connecticut and fourteenth across North Carolina, New Jersey, Georgia and Connecticut offering a full continuum of individualized, evidence-based treatment options for adolescents and adults.

The experienced clinical team at the Farmington program utilizes therapeutic models and two levels of structured outpatient services including Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient programs specifically designed to help adolescents ages 13-17 address depression, anxiety, self-harm and other mental health conditions, substance use and/or co-occurring disorders. Adult mental health outpatient treatment will soon be available at the Farmington, Connecticut program as well.

“The expansion of outpatient treatment for individuals diagnosed with a mental health, substance use and/or co-occurring disorder in Farmington provides residents of Hartford County with an additional, convenient access point for high-quality outpatient services,” stated Jonathan Wolf, Founder and CEO of Pyramid Healthcare.

Located at 17 Talcott Notch Road, second Floor in Farmington, High Focus Centers, is currently welcoming adolescent males and females ages 13-17 with a substance use, mental health and/or a co-occurring mental health disorder diagnosis. Commercial insurance and self-payment are accepted. To refer or learn more today, please contact Assessment Services at (800) 877-3628 or visit and LinkedIn and Facebook pages.


A member of parent company and integrated behavioral healthcare system, Pyramid Healthcare, High Focus Centers offers a full-continuum of high quality

in-person and telehealth mental health and substance use treatment programs for adults and adolescents at 14 convenient locations in New Jersey, Georgia, North Carolina and Connecticut.

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