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Where is a top therapeutic program for troubled teens in South Carolina?

Troubled Teen Search recommends programs for troubled teens.  This is what we do.  We recommend to parents ~or region~ only the top therapeutic programs for troubled teens.  Our Family Advocates will bend over backwards to help your family find the top therapeutic program ~near region.  Our job is to help you assess your situation, and then match your child up with the best program around South Carolina.  Our goal is to help you restore your family by helping you to find affordable programs that work.  Consider calling us to speak with our family advocate.  We can help you save thousands of dollars and get help now. Call 866-439-8112.

The top therapeutic programs for troubled kids work hard to help teens understand the importance of trust, responsibility and accountability while teaching communication skills to improve relationships, especially family relationships.  Throughout the therapeutic process teens and families are supported with "restoration" in mind.  Restoration to the family, to academic excellence, and to a prosperour future. The commitment to family Troubled Teen Search is so great that we have dedicated a full team of Family Advocates to help you find the right therapeutic program near South Carolina that will best serve your family and child.

 

Top Therapeutic Programs in South Carolina 

There are some teenagers who truly need an intervention from a therapeutic program in South Carolina.  This intervention is meant to save their life (drug addiction, substance abuse, eating disorder, depression, Autism, etc.).We are here to help you find the perfect therapeutic option specific to your child's needs. 

Please note: 95% of teens under the care of mental health professionals are not mentally ill.  Most are emotionally immature and keep making decisions that hurt themselves and others. Therefore, they need therapeutic assistance because they keep sabotaging their own efforts. Unfortunately, mental health professionals usually give these people a “disorder” so that they can bill and get paid. The downside is that having an disorder gives them an excuse, or something to blame others, instead of their own poor behavior. For more information for people who truly need therapeutic intervention, not emotional growth, contact our Family Advocate at 866-439-8112.

Family Quotes:  "I'm just glad I was able to return to some of that innocence and beauty I had as a child when I started my own family, and my children brought me back some of that spirit."   Angelina Jolie

"God's dream is that you and I and all of us will realize that we are family, that we are made for togetherness, for goodness, and for compassion."  Desmond Tutu

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Behavioral Health

Types: NATSAP - IECA

Wilderness Therapy

RTC (Residential Treatment Centers)

Therapeutic Boarding School

Transition
Education Consultants/Mental Health

IOPS
Intensive Outpatient Programs
Mental Health Counselor/Therapists
Kid is being worked with “at home”, local therapy. They want their client back

Focus on: (referral based)
Mental Health personnel
Educational Consultants

IOP patients

Addiction Treatment

Types: NTAAP - NAADAC - Foundations

Intervention:

Primary Care: 28 days

Extended Care: 60-90 days

Long Term Care: up to 1 year
12 step programs
Celebrate Recovery

Sober Living/IOP:

Monitoring:

Focus on:
Intervention programs
Mental Health facilities

Mental Health

Types: APA

911/Emergency: immediate crisis

Stabilization: up to 28 days

Psych Stay: 1-2 months

Structured Living:

Transition

Focus on:
Therapists
Guidance Counselors
Public Professionals
IOPs