Featured Troubled Teen Programs

We know having a troubled child that is rebellious, defiant, and disrespectful can be very difficult and taxing as a parent. We offer a free service of giving you information on troubled teen programs and assist you free of charge in finding the perfect program to match your child's needs to succeed.

The first step to finding relief is determing what options are out there for you. The only service we provide is free consulting for exploring options such as troubled teen programs. Other options for a defiant teen could be counseling, family support, family therapy, boot camps, wilderness programs, residential treatment centers, boarding schools, and more. Every situation is different and not one program is the best situation for everyone. Let us help you explore possibilities and answer any questions you may have.

If you want your teen to succeed from displaying behaviors in the left column and start displaying behaviors in the right column contact us today for free information.

From Our Blog

Choosing a Troubled Teen Program for Your Child
Added January 15, 2015

A teen’s journey to adulthood will undoubtedly be eventful in terms of the struggles, power plays and emotional skirmishes. For some, the teen finally transitions into adulthood and these struggles are things of the past. Sadly, for others, the journey is more challenging. This is especially true if the teen has more than the fair share of teenage angst and rebellious behavior and has instead manifested himself as a troubled teen rather than a typical teen. As a parent, your job is ...Read More

Common Concerns You May Have
Added March 19, 2012

I’m afraid my child will hate me if I send them away to a program We recognize that this is a very real obstacle for many parents. If this is a concern that you have about sending your child, it is probably because your child has learned that guilt is one of your hot-buttons and has used guilt in the past to make you feel bad about your decisions that affect them even when your motives are good. Don’t fall into the guilt trap. If you didn’t want to help your child, you would n...Read More