We believe that your teen deserves to live a fulfilling life
Our mission is to help teens heal from the wounds of their past by learning new coping skills, correcting old behavior patterns, and boosting their sense of self-worth. It is a place of healing like no other residential treatment facility out there.
Creating Effective Relationships
We look at ways to help your child identify the difference between healthy & toxic relationships, move past old patterns, and create a foundation for positive interactions.
Controlling their extreme emotions and impulses
We can help your teen struggling with Borderline Personality Disorder or other mental disorders like depressions, PTSD, trauma, and substance abuse.
Strengthening their sense of empathy
We’re here to help you teenager learn how to free themselves from their negative thoughts and feelings of guilt and shame. By addressing these parts of teenage depression, they can then build within themselves a feeling of empathy and power to move forward.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! We take all major insurance, including Tricare, BCBS, Aetna, United, Humana and many more. We also offer flexible payment plans so finances are never a barrier.
It varies based on the needs of your teen and insurance coverage, but on average teens are in our continuum of care for 60-120 days, including a step down to IOP.
We offer 3 individual/family therapy sessions per week, whereas most centers
This allows for more intense work to be done, maximizing your teen'stime in our care. We also offer a holistic approach, including animal therapy, music therapy and so much more.
Our clinicians are all trauma experts, ready to help your teen heal from painful events, such as sexual, physical and emotional abuse, as well as abandonment issues.
Mental Health isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution
If your child is experiencing any of these signs of trauma, it may be time to get help.
- Sudden Grade Changes
- Weight Loss/Gain
- Irritability/lashing out
- Changes in social status
- Changes in sleeping habits
- Stealing/changes in spending patterns
- Wearing long sleeves in summer to cover scars
- Self harm
- Substance Abuse
- Skipping School
- New Piercings/tattoos
- Changes in Appearance
- Becoming more secretive & closed off
- Withdrawing from friends & social groups
- Aggressive behaviors and communication
- Increase in risky behavior, such as reckless driving
Paying for treatment shouldn’t be a burden on you or your family
We aim to reduce as many barriers as possible, including financial ones, by accepting most major insurances.