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

The Huge Advantages in Choosing a Military Boarding School for Your Teenager
Added August 09, 2017

Being a part of our nation’s military is a great way to develop inner character, physical fitness, mental fortitude and sacrificial service. For many teens, there is no better way to develop these characteristics than to enroll in a military boarding school for high school. This an option often left unexplored because many people wrongly believe signing up for a military boarding school program means automatically enrolling in a career in the military. This is not true. You can reap the be...Read More

How to Pack Your Teen for Summer Camp
Added July 25, 2017

The place has been chosen, and all the forms are signed. Your teen has been pestering you to go for ages, and you’ve finally decided a fun adventure away from home in a teen summer camp is just what your kid needs. What’s the next step for your excited camper? It’s time to pack! Here’s a list to make the first trip to summer camp a success. Trust the “suggested packing list.” This list contains information from people who’ve worked at the camp. Ask th...Read More