Residential Treatment Centers | Therapeutic Boarding Schools | Troubled Teens | Boys & Girls

C.A.R.E. ,the Center for Adolescent Recovery & Education, presents four very unique residential treatment centers for troubled teens. The C.A.R.E. consortium of therapeutic residential centers for struggling teens is best described as therapeutic boarding schools for troubled teens, both boys and girls. For immediate help call 866-492-9215.

C.A.R.E Mission Statement
"Providing a standard of excellence in an environment of safety and security, wherein caring professionals advocate a culture of responsibility, values, and education, all devoted to healing the troubled child... and reuniting the famiy..."

Red Rock Canyon School , serving boys and girls ages 13 to 17, was the first of the four C.A.R.E. residential treatment programs for troubled teens. Red Rock Canyon offers residential treatment for gifted, bright, yet unmotivated rebellious troubled teens who need intensive therapeutic intervention with academic support.  More specifically, Red Rock Canyon is best known as the premier residential program designed as a therapeutic boarding school for troubled boys and troubled girls.  Red Rock Canyon School is located in St George, Uath. For more infomation about Red Rock Canyon School please call 866-492-9215 and speak with an Admissions Specialist.

Falcon Ridge Ranch is a fully-licensed residential treatment center for girls 13-17 years of age.  Their equine therapy boarding school for troubled teens is located on the outskirts of Zion National Park, in the small idyllic community of Virgin, Utah. Falcon Ridge Ranch has 12 acres of the most beautiful south western landscape you will ever see. At the heart of Falcon Ridge treatment center for troubled girls is their equine therapy program. Falcon Ridge Ranch, through equine therapy, present a therapeutic experience that bring a new light of life to the students. Working with horses teaches self-discipline and relationship skills in a way that no other therapy can. Falcon Ridge provides a unique and specialized form of equine assisted psychotherapy which is unsurpassed by others.

Mount Pleasant Academy is a residential treatment center designed to assist adolescents who are struggling with compulsive sexual behaviors, sensitive sexual issues, and/or digital addictions. It is a 16 bed facility for males ranging from ages 12 - 18 years. Mt. Pleasant Academy takes a holistic approach in treating adolescences with sexual behavioural issues. We combine evidence-based therapy with, academic support, positive peer culture, enrichment activities, physical and mental well-being. Mount Pleasant presents a professional clinical team who not only cares, but is trained to identify and address complex sexual issues in a group home setting.

Lava Heights Academy is our newest residential treatment program, is located in a brand new state-of-the-art facility in Toqerville, Utah. Lava Height a therapeutic academy of performing and traditional arts for boys and girls, ages 13 to 18. Lava Heights Academy is designed to guide students in their journey to self discovery and healing. We awaken hearts and minds through the joys of dance, theater, art and creative adventure. There is no other therapeutic boarding school quite like Lava Heights Academy.

 

Recognized as a leader in the Behavioral Health Industry - Serving troubled teens and their families for 12 years

Recognized as a leader in residential treatment for teens, C.A.R.E. consortium of schools operates residential treatment and theapeutic boarding schools and programs in St. George, Utah, Virgin, Utah, Mount Pleasant, Utah, and Toquerville, Utah.

The parents who contact one of the four C.A.R.E schools and programs have a troubled boy or girl and they need immediate professional intervention before it is too late. Parents contacting C.A.R.E. have tried everything to stop the downward spiral associated with teenage rebellion. However, traditional counseling, clinical therapy, and residential treatment centers have not worked, and the rebellious child seems to have gotten worse. 

Residential Boarding Schools for Troubled Teens

All four C.A.R.E. schools are designed to get the struggling student back on track emotionally and academically. The C.A.R.E schools are best known for emotional restoration, academic restoration (second chance to improve GPA and catch up on credits), and family restoration. Many parents recognize the C.A.R.E. programs as a "Therapeutic Boarding School", which is an academic-based residential treatment program. Parents and students of the C.A.R.E. boarding schools recognize the four programs as theraepeutic boarding schools with a major commitment toward clinical services, therapeutic intervention, and academic counseling. 

Therapeutic boarding schools for gifted, talented, yet rebellious kids. When students of C.A.R.E. schools join the parents and the staff in beoming strong college-bound leaders they experience the miracle of total restoration. Our goal is to assist troubled teens toward "total restoration" with his/her family, academic excellence, and the restoration of their future. Every student of the C.A.R.E schools are seen as a successful college-bound young man or young lady. Therapeutic boarding schools for struggling teens.

C.A.R.E. - Residential Treatment in a Therapeutic Boarding School Setting

The typical C.A.R.E student is a young man or young lady who has rejected his/her parental authority and is in rebellion. These troubled boys and troubled girls refuse to follow the family rules, is enamored by the material trappings of this world, is caught up in peer acceptance, is emotionally immature, self-centered, and self absorbed. The typical student has experimented with drugs (alcohol and marjiuana), is sneaking out and lying about their whereabouts, is becoming more and more isolated from the family, displays outburts of anger, and is making many poor choices. These teenagers are focused on having fun, they don't seem to care about school, they are very moody, and they have a whole new group of friends that are also going in the wrong direction.

Recent studies prove that the most successful therapeutic intervention for troubled teens is found through a long-term, out-of-home placement similar to what you would find through therapeutic boarding schools. At the C.A.R.E schools and programs our students regain their destiny and begin to see themselves as successful college-bound students. Before enrolling into one of the C.A.R.E. schools our students "lived for the day", refused to take responsibility for their choices, acted as victims, and despised accountibility. After completing our program, students prove to be empathic, caring, willing to serve others without complaint, take responsibility for their choices, and hold themselves and others accountable. Our students regain a vision for their life, a life that has purpose and significance.  Therapeutic boarding schools for troubled boys.

The typical troubled teen that we serve cares only about his/her friends, having fun, and hates to be corrected, disciplined, or held accountable. We describe these troubled teens as a young person who lacks "emotional intelligence". C.A.R.E. therapeutic schools and residential treatment centers are a powerful academic-based boarding program designed to restore troubled teens (boys and girls seperate programs). Our secondary goal is to restore each student back to a powerful and productive future through academic success. 

C.A.R.E. schools and therpaeutic programs are all about "credit recovery" and "grade repair," especially for troubled teenagers who have floundered, and need to get back on track emotionally, spiritually, and academically. For more information about our academic restoration boarding school program please contact our Admissions Counselors at 866-492-9215

Typical C.A.R.E Student - Troubled Boy or Girl who is....

   Academically Unmotivated, failng grades, poor attendence (skips class, doesn't cares)

   Rejecting authority

   Rebellion against parents and parental authority (yells, screams, lots of anger)

   Refuses to follow the family rules (disrespectful toward parents)

   Enamored by materialism and acts entitled (has disease of "Entitlementitis")

   Easily influenced by negative peers (follow the wrong crowd)

   Emotionally immature, self-centered, self-focused (plays victim, blames everyone)

   Lazy, lying, sneaking out, and covering up (marijuana, drinking, cocaine, oxycotin)

Assessing and Evaluating the Student Candidate

The following areas of concern are a part of our evalution and assessment of the prospective student. Our students exhibit and demonstrate some or all of the following behaviors:

   History of emotional problems

   History of running away

   Poor self-esteem

   Lack of coping skills

   Lack of anger management skills

   Depression and/or anxiety

   Poor impulse control

   History of drug/alcohol abuse and/or addiction

   History of school problems, such as poor academic performance

   Mild to moderate learning disability

   History of abuse

   History of failed attempts in less restrictive treatment

Our students successfully progress through one of the C.A.R.E. schools because of our highly supportive and structured therapeutic environment, staffed with trained caring professionals who are dedicated to the effective treatment of struggling teens.

 

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Restore Troubled Teens (C.A.R.E.) represents 4 therapeutic programs with the goal to help troubled teens overcome a wide variety of issues from which many of today's adolescents suffer. We work with families of teens who are struggling with emotional, psychological and behavioral problems that require a residential setting to effectively treat these issues. Mood disorders (depression, bipolar, suicidal thoughts), anxiety, sexual addictions, eating disorders, adoption issues, substance abuse and addiction, various learning disabilities, ADD & ADHD, oppositional defiance, attachment disorders, psychosexual disorders, and PTSD are some of the more common issues that are treated by our C.A.R.E. schools.