When it comes to therapeutic boarding schools  for struggling girls and AFAB from Illinois and their families often choose North Carolina’s beautiful Appalachian mountains for their ideal climate, peaceful and quiet and reputation as a healing environment.   Your child will love and benefit from Asheville Academy’s private boarding school campus for struggling girls and AFAB from Illinois, located on 50 acres in a serene mountain valley. This therapeutic setting will give them the chance to escape the patterns and habits of their normal life, think about the path they are on, and receive professional guidance from our trusted team of staff therapists.   struggling girls from IllinoisWhat’s not to love? Surrounded by similar students seeking their own form of change, they’ll spend every day of every week in activities designed to awaken self awareness and new, genuine confidence. Every activity has a therapeutic, reinforcing angle, from volunteer work to academics and of course therapy, we are committed to seeing each child learn to cope with what bothers them and see through it to their potential for lifelong success.   Our team members combine decades of experience in the therapeutic boarding school approach, so whether it’s the academic, administrative, or therapeutic staff, they all contribute to Asheville Academy’s atmosphere of understanding, hope and compassion. It tears a parent’s heart up to watch their beautiful child struggle through the trials of adolescence. You don’t have to face it alone.  Asheville Academy is the therapeutic boarding school struggling girls and AFAB from Illinois and their families turn to. We have helped many just like yours, and we would love to help yours, too.   To learn more about how Asheville Academy can help your family, please call us toll free today at (800) 264-8709, or fill out the form to the right, and we will be in touch with you.

We help struggling adolescents from Illinois from places like:

Chicago, Springfield, Champaign, Rockford, Peoria, Joliet, Schaumburg

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