Residential Treatment Centers
Residential Treatment Centers – Are you looking for a treatment center that is right for your teen? You are not alone.
Finding the right treatment center for your teen is a difficult task. Residential treatment centers assist those who are struggling with, but not limited to – ADD / ADHD, Anxiety Disorders, Asperger’s Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, Depression and Mood Disorders, NVLD, PTSD, and Reactive Attachment Disorders.
In addition to traditional treatment methods, residential treatment centers may provide holistic healing methods – art therapy, music therapy, yoga, martial arts, and Equine Assisted Psychotherapy.
Through a unique combination of individualized assessment, evaluation and therapy, there are some that offer a family style living environment as well.
Although Alpine Academy is a private school, it doesn’t look like one. It doesn’t look like a treatment facility either, although it is one.
Residential Treatment Therapeutic Boarding School for Troubled Teens | Boys and Girls
Daniels Academy provides a safe and therapeutic boys’ boarding school environment where young men overcome past failures and learn to thrive through meaningful relationships and insightful coaching.
At Discovery Ranch for Boys our commitment to residential excellence means a continuation of therapy well beyond an office-only model. Residential activities reinforce what a student is doing clinically.
Discovery Ranch for Girls.
Troubled teen? We specialize in treatment for your daughter! Call us: 855-667-9388
Shelterwood offers real hope, real heart change and real restoration for struggling teens.
Our therapeutic boarding school program at Shepherds Hill Academy provides a therapeutic residential boarding school for teen boys and a separate program for girls.
Student life is structured to create a safe and nurturing community where students grow in emotional maturity and learn the skills necessary to be successful in life.
Sunrise is the only teen girls’ residential treatment program that offers all three phases of treatment (stabilization and assessment, treatment, and transition) from a single location and with a consistent licensed staff.