Programs For Troubled Teens and Families From Oregon
Puberty isn’t pleasant for anyone, but for some people the inner turmoil it causes can ruin relationships, pull families apart, and cause severe distress for all involved. While most teenagers face similar struggles, some are more resilient than others and do not experience the same level of distress.
During this difficult period, many Oregon teens and their families may benefit from a nurturing program for troubled teens, like Asheville Academy that combines intensive therapeutic support and accredited academics. Specifically targeted at ages 10-14, Asheville Academy guides troubled Oregon girls on their journey through adolescence into young adulthood. We don’t believe these girls are troubled, but we understand that they’ve had trouble in different areas in their lives that have affected their relationships and emotional stability.
The foundation of Asheville Academy’s program is rebuilding family relationships. A lot of Oregon families have reached a breaking point when they reach out to Asheville Academy and worry that re-establishing their relationship with their daughter is hopeless. By the time families leave Asheville Academy, they’ve found ways to reconnect with their daughter by challenging that belief.
Our therapeutic boarding school can help your family from Oregon build confidence and find success. Call 800-264-8709 to learn more about how we can help your family today!
We Can Help Your Daughter Heal
Our therapists provide personalized treatment plans for each child
Asheville Academy Provides Help to Oregon Families
Asheville Academy takes a different, more personalized approach to helping troubled teens in our program. As a therapeutic boarding school, Asheville Academy integrates academics into our program for troubled teens to help them stay on track. Asheville Academy integrates academics and therapy to help Oregon girls get the most out of their experience.
Young girls learn more than just class curriculum in a school environment. Sometimes, however, things do not go according to plan. Bullying, academic troubles, low self-esteem – these factors are among the many that can turn the school experience from positive to negative. Compounded with lack of attention from teachers, a troubled Oregon girl can begin to lose touch and spiral out of control.
With small class sizes and dedicated, compassionate professionals, Asheville Academy ensures that every student gets the attention she needs. Our philosophy is based on the idea that your daughter isn’t troubled, but that she needs more support in developing the skills she needs to succeed. By recognizing their own strengths and needs, girls leave Asheville Academy prepare for a happier and healthier future. Asheville Academy helps Oregon girls ages 10-14 take back control over their lives. To learn more about our beautiful North Carolina campus and the support we provide, call 800.264.8709!
- The Real Walking Dead: Sleep Deprivation in TeensWhen our children are small, sleep and sleep habits are at the forefront of our minds. When will our baby sleep through the night? Is our toddler going through sleep regression? We keep track of sleep disruptions and naps because we know how important sleep is to our children. But... Read more »
- Under Pressure: Helping your daughter cope with teen stressCan you imagine being a teen today? Probably not. Beginning in elementary school, young people are expected to follow a specific track- one that leads to higher education, success, and a good job. Because of this, teen stress can seem almost unbearable. Guiding your teen through this stress is important... Read more »
- Helping Your Daughter with ADHD Struggling In An Academic SettingADHD symptoms can make focusing in school extremely difficult for your daughter. As a parent, you want your daughter to have academic success and perform to her fullest potential. While medication does play an important role in reducing ADHD symptoms, research reveals many non-medication methods that are beneficial to combating... Read more »