Residential Treatment Programs for Troubled Youth
When parents are forced to considered a residential treatment programs for their troubled youth there is normally a great deal of turmoil, chaos, and pain associated with the situation. Parents often report that they feel all alone, lost, and paralyzed. Regardless of the exact circumstances the decision to seek out a residential treatment program is often a difficult one. We are here to help. Call and speak with our Family Advocate. We can coach, teach, and assist you through the process.
While residential treatment programs are the favorite option for families of troubled teens, not many parents can afford the top residential treatment programs. Therefore, there are parents who are looking for a lower cost option. Lower cost programs are usually less-restrictive, shorter-term, and less clinical (less therapeutic services).
There are residential treatment programs where troubled youth are in a hospital setting. These treatment programs are very expensive and driven by the parent's insurance coverage. The problems is that there is no standard description of these programs. The hospital-based programs are usually privately owned and operated but highly regulated by the State and Federal governments, and many are not subject to state licensing or monitoring.
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