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We assist you with comparing treatment -> transition facts & options for your kids.
This directory is a step in finding the range of interventions, treatment types/levels, or locating an Expert for your troubled teen, young adult + family system.
Ages 9 - 13 treatment options ranging from varying levels of residential treatment interventions to family coaching to in-home interventions.
Ages 13 - 18 treatment options ranging from residential treatment interventions to family coaching to in home interventions.
Deciding to intervene on your pre-teen, teen or young adult's unhealthy/dangerous behavior and finding the 'right' setting or intervention is a process. Start your research on All Kinds of Therapy because these advertising partners are revealing the facts about their treatment program. Don't forget to create an account to compare the treatment options side-by-side. And always remember to ask admissions questions, consult a professional, & visit any treatment program to assess clinicians, treatment approach, community, academics and overall structure that is practiced 24/7. You need to know the treatment provider should there be a problem during your child's treatment. You need to trust the process & the program.
Within Family Choice Behavioral Healthcare interventions industry (FCBHI), there is a large continuum of care for troubled teens to young adults. Most teen treatment programs have accredited high school academics with dynamic clinically based and/or milieu-driven treatment. And most treatment centers include family, individual, and group treatment. Find options for your young adult who may need stabilization, assessment or residential treatment, or help them step into community-based treatment, with residential or telephonic support. Learn the facts about each program's options and compare your treatment choices.Search
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