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Is this the School for My Daughter with Teenage Behavior Problems?

Families often are unsure about which kind of therapeutic environment or school for their struggling or troubled children might be a necessary and potentially life-saving step necessary for their daughters with teenage behavior problems. We understand that this can be a difficult decision and we welcome the opportunity to help families consider this important step. Asheville Academy for Girls is one of the leading residential treatment centers for teens and pre-teens because of our ability to help with various conditions, including depression, OCD, ADD, ADHD, anxiety, low self-esteem, and many others. 

Too often, we have known families to wait– and the issues get worse– or select a program that does not have the right environment or is not developmentally appropriate. In order to avoid this we go through a process of identifying whether your child is right for our program or not. 

Our program is specifically designed to support families with 10-14 year-old girls who need to:

  • Build self-esteem
  • Develop resiliency
  • Become more capable in understanding feelings and needs and communicating them to family members appropriately
  • Learn to respect adults and work cooperatively with parents
  • Follow rules and expectations
  • Manage emotions
  • Improve social skills to be better equipped to read social situations including making and keeping friends

For more information about the type of young girl struggling with teenage behavior problems that is the right fit for Asheville Academy, please visit the Student Profile page.

The amount of money I invested in Asheville Academy paid off in my daughter’s happiness and well-being. Without this opportunity, I feel certain that her negative choices would have been far more costly both financially and emotionally for me and her.
Linda L, mother

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Call us today toll free at 800.264.8709 to learn if Asheville Academy is the right fit for your daughter and your family.

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