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Programs For Troubled Teens and Families From Rhode Island

Rhode Island Girls Find Help Through Programs for Troubled Teens

While no one looks back on early puberty fondly, in some cases, the sudden intense physical and emotional changes that occur during this period can pull families apart, ruin relationships, and cause severe distress for all involved. Though this may sound familiar to a lot of families, most girls’ experience falls somewhere in the middle.

Programs for troubled teens, like Asheville Academy offer young girls from Rhode Island and their families the support they may need to make it through this difficult period. Specifically targeted at ages 10-14, Asheville Academy guides troubled Rhode Island 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.

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Asheville Academy prioritizes keeping families involved in every step of their daughter’s therapeutic process. Many Rhode Island families believe their relationship with their daughter is broken beyond repair when they reach out to Asheville Academy. 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 Rhode Island build confidence and find success. Call 800-264-8709 to learn more about how we can help your family today!

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Asheville Academy Provides Help to Rhode Island Families

Asheville Academy is a unique, innovative program for troubled teens. As a therapeutic boarding school, Asheville Academy integrates academics into our program for troubled teens to help them stay on track. Girls from Rhode Island have the opportunity to receive a proper education throughout their therapeutic journey.

Young girls learn more than just class curriculum in a school environment. However, a school environment can also be full of negative experiences, like bullying, academic troubles, and low self-esteem, for many young girls. Without appropriate support from teachers, Rhode Island girls may feel like they are spiralling out of control in a traditional school setting.

At Asheville Academy, small classes and a kind, professional staff guarantee that no girl goes without the attention she deserves. 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 guides struggling 10 to 14-year-old girls from Rhode Island on their path back to success. For more information, please call 800.264.8709!

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