C.A.R.E. is a combination of therapeutic programs for troubled teens. We offer four different facilities which consist of Lava Heights Academy, Mt. Pleasant Academy, Falcon Ridge Ranch and Red Rock Canyon School. Our goal is to help troubled teens change their long-term behaviors. C.A.R.E. schools cater programs to fit each individual to provide academic learning and personal growth. We are dedicated to restoring your child as you remember them before they took a turn down difficult paths by helping him or her develop added strength through life changing skills learned through our therapeutic programs.
Common Disorders of Troubled Teens
Attention deficit disorder
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Post traumatic stress disorder
Reactive attachment disorder
Oppositional defiance disorder
C.A.R.E. is a consortium of therapeutic programs for troubled teens. Under C.A.R.E., we offer four different facilities including, Red Rock Canyon School, Lava Heights Academy, Mt. Pleasant Academy and Falcon Ridge Ranch. At C.A.R.E., we have a reputation for turning children around and putting them on the right path in terms of making more responsible choices. Teens learn to become leaders, responsible citizen and problem solvers. They learn to take responsibility for their individual actions, but also learn how to function as a responsible person through the life changing skills learned at our schools. We offer an atmosphere of healing in a secure, safe loving environment with staff who really cares and is committed to meeting the needs of our troubled teens.
It's no good trying to get rid of your own aloneness. You've got to stick to it all your life. Only at times, at times, the gap will be filled in. At times! But you have to wait for the times. Accept your own aloneness and stick to it, all your life. And then accept the times when the gap is filled in, when they come. But they've got to come. You can't force them. D.H. Lawrence
Guilt reminds me of a stray cat. You chase it away and yet, it comes back when you least expect it. If you let yourself feel pity for it and feed the thing, it parks its ugly, puny, lonely-for-attention butt on your doormat and won't go away. Scat kitty cat, scat. I don't need you sitting around here like that. Lisa Schroeder