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Agape Boarding School
Phone: (417) 276-7215
Email: news@agapeboardingschool.org
Website: http://agapeboardingschool.org
Agape' Boarding School's purpose and goal is two-fold. First, we want to work with each individual. We strive to change a rebellious and out of control boy into a God- honoring and parent-honoring young man; to be an honest, hard-working asset to the community in which he will live, with God's help. We also desire to help him achieve a personal walk with God. Secondly, Agape' Boarding School provides a college preparatory program that will prepare him for his chosen vocation in life. Our school helps your son to achieve an academic level of skills so that he may receive the credits needed for his diploma. This program serves both the student of high academic ability through an accelerated progression to college-level courses, as well as the student of more modest abilities through a flexible curriculum that allows the time for mastery of fundamental concepts and skills.

Asheville Academy for Girls
Phone: 800-264-8709
Email: Kathryn@ashevilleacademy.com
Website: www.ashevilleacademy.com
Asheville Academy for Girls is an accredited therapeutic boarding school for girls who are 10 to 14, located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, North Carolina. The foundation of the program lies in relationship-based treatment—emphasizing high levels of family intervention, emotional safety, and healthy boundaries. AAG’s therapeutic boarding school provides girls with state-of-the-art treatment for girls struggling with anxiety or mood disorders, depression, low self-esteem, negative self-perceptions, learning challenges, and oppositional behavior. Asheville Academy offers a comfortable and safe environment for girls to learn new ways to interact with peers, adults, and their families.

BlueFire Wilderness Therapy
Phone: 844-413-1999
Email: rtreadaway@bluefirewilderness.co
Website: www.bluefirewilderness.com
BlueFire Wilderness believes that adventure activities such as hiking, horseback riding, and camping teaches teens confidence, broadens their perspectives, and strengthens family relationships. BlueFire Wilderness is a wilderness therapy program that focuses on the healing power of nature and adventure therapy. Their wilderness therapy program provides treatment for adolescents struggling with defiance, depression and anxiety, ADHD, school refusal, trauma, and unhealthy addictions. Founded and located in Boise, Idaho, BlueFire Wilderness combines the best of individualized clinical work, family therapy, adventure activities, and equine therapy to help boys and girls 11 to 17 years old.

Diamond Ranch Academy
Phone: 1-877-372-3200
Website: diamondranchacademy.com
Diamond Ranch Academy is a Licensed Youth Residential Treatment Center for troubled teens from ages 12 to 17, located on 200 acres, in Utah's beautiful color country. We integrate an accredited academic curriculum with a comprehensive therapeutic component. Through a real-life learning model, we shape behavior in a non-threatening environment. Self-esteem and emotional health grow naturally as positive behavior is encouraged and rewarded. This growth is nourished as it becomes an integral part of the individual. The use of natural rewards and consequences in the Real Life Transition Program helps teens in dealing with both success and failure. Certified teachers provide a student-paced curriculum within the structure of a traditional classroom environment. Our licensed therapists are on site, interacting with youth, groups, family units and staff on a daily basis. This support intensifies and compliments all activities and experiences of the program. Our unique atmosphere helps teens and parents build emotionally healthy relationships, thus healing families one youth at a time.

Discover Seven Stars
Phone: 844-601-1167
Email: tim@discoversevenstars.com
Website: www.discoversevenstars.com
Discover Seven Stars is an assessment center and therapeutic program offering students and their families the opportunity to build lifelong skills and confidence through their comprehensive facilities and treatment plans. Discover Seven Stars works with children ages 13 to 18 struggling with neurodevelopmental disorders and other mental health issues. The program utilizes the best in residential, wilderness adventure, and outdoor environments to develop personalized and strengths-based approaches to help students achieve success. Located in Syracuse, Utah, this top assessment center combines residential treatment with wilderness adventure therapy to offer a tremendous opportunity to learn, practice skills, build awareness, mindfulness, and self-efficacy.

Elevations RTC
Phone: 855-290-9681
Email: tfoy@elevationsrtc.com
Website: www.elevationsrtc.com
Elevations RTC is a leading co-educational residential treatment center addressing an adolescent’s need for physical, emotional and mental outlets through structured community service learning, fitness activities, outdoor education, experiential education, and leisure education opportunities. Elevations RTC co-ed setting for adolescents 13 to 18, provides teens with an environment similar a traditional high school, while also incorporating clinical and therapeutic approaches necessary for long-term success. Located in Syracuse, Utah, the highlights of its clinical program include: weekly clinical and therapeutic services, expertise in ADHD, Executive functioning, Trauma focused therapies, Substance Use, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Art Therapy.

Equinox RTC
Phone: 877-279-8925
Email: kyle@equinoxrtc.com
Website: www.equinoxrtc.com
As a residential treatment center, Equinox RTC provides a nurturing, balanced, and healthy lifestyle for boys through their positive and inspiring environment just outside of Asheville, North Carolina. Their program emphasizes family therapy, adventure therapy, physical fitness, and nutrition to help boys and their families learn to believe in themselves and have hope for the future. Equinox RTC is a residential treatment center that specializes in the emotional and behavioral struggles of teen boys ages 14 to 18. The therapeutic program includes accredited academics, psychiatric services, and outdoor adventures that leads boys on a path towards success.

Foundations Asheville
Phone: 828-817-9520
Email: aray@foundationsasheville.com
Website: www.foundationsasheville.com
Foundations Asheville is a transitional living program that helps young adults who are struggling to find independence and set goals for themselves. Foundations Asheville Therapists, teachers, and mentors work collaboratively to help students meet specific goals, learn life skills, and become active members of their community. Specifically, for young men 18 and older, Foundations is in Asheville, North Carolina. Foundations transitional living program offers a variety of educational opportunities including life skills classes, service learning, vocational training, and adventure excursions. At Foundations, students are exposed to real world experiences while living in a structured, supportive environment.

NATSAP
Phone: 301-986-8770
Email: info@natsap.org
Website: natsap.org
The NATSAP organization oversees many of the aspects which involve the ethical and professional treatment of youth in their member programs. The oversight and commitment of NATSAP allows parents peace of mind in the choices they are making about their childs future. Whereas each of the member programs are independent of each other and offer various types of treatment and approaches to recovery. These programs adhere to strict guidelines of conduct to be members.

Pacific Quest
Phone: 808-937-5806
Email: mark@pacificquest.org
Website: pacificquest.org
Pacific Quest is a unique, internationally recognized wilderness therapy program for struggling teens and young adults, located on the Big Island of Hawaii. We go beyond traditional wilderness therapy and teach sustainable life skills, not hiking and survival skills. Our wilderness program model provides students an opportunity to view the working farm and sustainable agriculture as a mirror for life’s challenges and rewards. Owned and operated by a veteran team of professionals, we offer a holistic, yet highly clinical approach to treatment that is individualized for each student. Our small, exclusive program offers the most innovative wilderness therapy curriculum in the industry. Through experiential education, a unique approach to health and wellness, and sustainable gardening, Pacific Quest provides a structured yet flexible wilderness therapy environment that serves the individual needs of each student, cultivating an experience with personal meaning and importance.

Shelterwood
Phone: (800) 584 5005
Email: info@shelterwood.org
Website: www.shelterwood.org
Shelterwood is a licensed Christian residential teen treatment facility. Our counseling program is dedicated to helping troubled teenagers find restoration through Christ-centered relationships. We believe that every interaction is a therapeutic opportunity that helps teens change their behavior from the inside out. Shelterwood provides individual, group, and family therapy along with an accredited school and mentorship program.

Solstice East
Phone: 855-672-7058
Email: becca@solsticeeast.com
Website: www.solsticeeast.com
Located outside of Asheville, North Carolina, Solstice East specializes in helping teen girls ages 14 to 18. As a top residential treatment center, Solstice East provides treatment for multiple issues including: anxiety, trauma, mood disorders, low self-esteem, addictions and other unhealthy coping mechanisms. Their residential treatment center is unique because it has a therapeutic focus on the Hero’s Journey, which includes themes found in literature, theatre and film. At Solstice East girls see their own advances through personal challenges as a journey for becoming their own hero and true self.

Steve Bozak MA CEP
Phone: 518-373-8069
Email: steve@bozak.org
Website: www.school-placement.com
Professional Boarding School Placement. We specialize in helping you find and select and enroll into the most suitable boarding schools to meet your child's needs. Placing all kinds of Students Nationally.

The Academy at Trails
Phone: 888-387-2457
Email: admissions@trailsacademy.com
Website: www.trailsacademy.com
The Academy at Trails Carolina is a therapeutic boarding school designed with unique academics and clinically sophisticated services set in a personal environment to provide the specific needs of their students. As a top reviewed therapeutic boarding school, their program for young men between the ages of 14 to 18 is purposely small, with an average of 16 to 22 students, to allow for an individualized and integrated program of treatment. Their therapeutic boarding school encourages teen boys to address their problems, prepare for life’s challenges ahead, and realize their potential as students, family members and individuals.

The Pinnacle Schools
Phone: (256) 518-9998
Website: www.thepinnacleschools.com
The Pinnacle Schools adventure programs provide diagnostic, assessment and intervention services supplemented by a clinically supported outdoor challenge. The programs feature physician directed medication management, clinician facilitated group/individual therapy, accredited academic curriculums and state certified educators. The Pinnacle Schools addresses the needs of many students, common issues include but are not limited to: alcohol/drug use & abuse, defiance, poor school performance, obesity, ADD, ADHD, Aspergers etc. The therapeutic intervention provided by our programs stops negative behavior patterns and assists teens in discovering their strengths, talents, and potential. The wilderness experience promotes esteem-building, new thought processes and communication skills development. These assets become the tools necessary to build productive, self-confident and goal-oriented teens.

Trails Carolina
Phone: 800-975-7303
Email: dlank@trailscarolina.com
Website: www.trailscarolina.com
Trails Carolina helps youth work towards long-term change through evidence-based therapies, wilderness practices, and experiences in nature. Their wilderness therapy program helps youth struggling with a variety of issues including: school refusal, substance experimentation, social and emotional issues, and neurological challenges. Treatment is provided for children between the ages of 10 to 17. Each of the program therapists have different areas of expertise which allows the program to provide everyone with the care they need based on age, gender and type of issue. The mission of Trails Carolina is to empower students to make lasting changes and prepare them and their families for life after Trails.

Turn About Ranch
Phone: 1-800-842-1165
Website: www.turnaboutranch.com
Few images capture the imagination more strongly than that of the American Cowboy - this powerful icon of the American West captivates and inspires teens who have become jaded and hostile toward authority. The Ranch setting takes defiant teens out of their comfort zone and reminds them that success is achieved through teamwork and cooperation, not through entitlement and manipulation. They learn that while they might feel entitled to get what they want, when they want it, in the real world rewards come through dedication and hard work.

Viewpoint Center
Phone: 855-290-9682
Email: rnelson@viewpointcenter.com
Website: www.viewpointcenter.com
Viewpoint Center is a small, intimate, personalized co-educational assessment center for teens ages 12 to 18. It is highly specialized in therapeutic stabilization, assessment, and diagnosis for adolescents and their families struggling with a variety of mental health disorders. Their top reviewed assessment center provides individual, group, family, and medical consultations by combining intensive therapy, psychiatric care, and medical care 24/7. The goal of Viewpoint Center is to help clients receive a more accurate and comprehensive diagnosis and treatment plan to further their journey towards success.

Wilderness Treatment Center
Phone: 406-854-2832
Email: ben@wildernesstreatmentcenter.co
Website: www.wildernesstreatmentcenter.com
Wilderness Treatment Center is a family owned 60 day, inpatient chemical dependency addiction treatment facility for teens/young men between the ages of 14 and 24. We combine a conventional 30 day inpatient stay with a 16-21 day wilderness therapy expedition. As always, each of the expeditions is staffed by one of the addiction counselors and a wilderness instructor for the duration of the trip. The two components and length of stay allow Wilderness Treatment Center graduates to be further in the addiction recovery process than those leaving other programs. Since it's inception in 1983, Wilderness Treatment Center (WTC) has successfully treated young men/male teens from all over the world. Our treatment center's primary goal is to introduce male teens & young adult males to a new way of life free from drugs and alcohol with increased self-esteem and a feeling of empowerment. Rugged challenging activities such as backpacking, cross country skiing, rappelling, ranch work, and a wilderness expedition, offer adventure in a disciplined setting that leads to effective change for these young men.


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