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Restore Troubled Teens - Troubled teens struggling with substance abuse at remedial treatment centerRestore Troubled Teens is an organization of professional family advocates, uniting parents of troubled teens from North Atlanta, GA with the best therapeutic programs. Are you wondering if a Group Home is the best option for your struggling teen? Many parents are unaware that Group Homes for Teens are the most basic program where students get minimal attention and care, especially in “state run” group homes.

These programs are sparsely staffed and while often partially funded for families, they are a poor substitute for actual mental and physical care. At Restore Troubled Teens, we know about the best Residential Treatment Centers and will work with each family to find the best one for you.

Residential Treatment Centers, where the child will receive individualized care, are a much better option. They provide group and individual therapy, and drug rehabilitation. Treatment centers also offer a full-fledged education, intent on getting your child back on track scholastically and ready for higher education. They have around-the-clock supervision and provide a caring, home-like atmosphere that is blatantly missing from group home setting.

When parents consider the expense of a Group Home versus a Residential Treatment Program, they might hesitate at the difference. The stark reality is that if the teen does not receive proper and lasting treatment, further costs will ensue as they enter the juvenile justice system in any capacity. It is a far better thing to prevent the larger issues as opposed to paying for them, then having to pay for treatment.

Call us at (866) 452-6321 to learn about the residential treatment programs that we have for you and start your child back on the path to recovery today.

Restore Troubled Teens - Adolescents experiencing restoration at therapeutic school for troubled youthResidential Group Homes for Teens

Parents often hear of “half-way” homes in connection with helping troubled teens, but these are also often state-funded, like group homes, and will only provide a temporary solution to a very long-term program. Residential treatment programs offer the substance abuse treatment in addition to their other excellent services, such as therapy and education.

Why do residential treatment programs for troubled boys and girls work? The answer is simple. When a group home is staffed with professional clinical people (therapists, psychologists, social workers, substance abuse counselors, Special Ed teachers, etc.) they become the top therapeutic option out of all the best available options.

For immediate help locating the best residential treatment programs call to speak with our Family Advocates. We can help you do the research and selection of the most affordable and ideal option.

Mental Health Group Homes for Children

Residential treatment centers provide help with drug rehabilitation after short or long-term substance abuse, but they also cover a plethora of issues that teens struggle with, such as:

Restore Troubled Teens - Happy teenagers feeling encouraged with transformation at program for struggling youth• Poor Family Relationships
Depression and Anxiety
• Rebellion and Defiance toward authority
• Poor Peer Relations
• Poor School Performance
• Autism or High Functioning Autism
• Asperger's Spectrum Disorder 
• Learning Disorders or Learning Differences
• Substance Abuse or Addictions
• Self-harming Behaviors
• Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
• Eating Disorders
• Sexual Compulsivity
• Digital Addictions

If your son or daughter struggles with any of the aforementioned issues, call us at (866) 452-6321 to speak with a family specialist today!


National Mental Health Resources for Parents and Teens:

NATSAP For Parents - As parents themselves, NATSAP realizes that parenthood can be a difficult and stressful time. Their hope is that the information on their website can assist you in getting help for your children. Matching the needs of each child to a particular program or service is one of the most important decisions to make for your child. There is a list of articles given to help you in this time of difficulty, and questions to ask before you make a final selection of placement. NATSAP isn’t a placement or referral agency, but they are a volunteer membership organization that supports professionals and programs in their efforts to assist young, troubled people.

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Restore Troubled Teens (RESTORE) represents a consortium of therapeutic schools programs that have 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 RESTORE recommended schools. Serving families from all 50 States.