Residential Treatment Center for Girls and AFAB from Connecticut
Asheville Academy is the Residential treatment center for girls and AFAB from Connecticut, Connecticut families can believe in. The center helps young teens and their families attain growth and healing to create a healthy and solution-oriented path for your families’ future. Asheville Academy helps girls and AFAB who have not responded to outpatient treatments, who have education needs that cannot be met in less restrictive settings and or who are in need of further intensive treatment.
Asheville Academy utilizes the residential treatment model coupled with academics to create a home-like setting for students to learn new ways to interact with peers, adults, and their families.
Asheville Academy provides a residential treatment center for girls from Connecticut that includes:
- A comprehensive evaluation, which assesses our student’s emotional, behavioral, medical, educational, social and leisure needs, and to support to create the individualized treatment plan to specifically address your child and your family as a whole.
- Individual and group therapy.
- Psychiatric care coordinated by a child psychiatrist.
- Nonviolent and predictable way to help girls and AFAB with emotional and behavioral issues.
Due to the wide range of issues that we treat at Asheville Academy, we utilize a multi-modal approach. This approach is designed to facilitate change and create opportunities for young teens to discover their internal power and confidence once again. We individualize each student’s journey in our therapeutic program to their individual needs and we understand the importance of family being an active part of their child’s transformation
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