Solutions and Help for Parents of Troubled Teens
The Mission of National Youth Network
is to educate parents of troubled teens on child behavior
including attention deficit disorder, ADD, ADHD, drug abuse,
teen depression, behavior modification or intervention programs
such as wilderness therapy programs, therapeutic boarding schools, residential
treatment centers, weight loss camps, and other adolescent programs.
National Youth Network provides an abundance of educational
and treatment resources for parents who are struggling to
find help for their child and family. If the decision for
your child and family is therapeutic intervention, we encourage
you to thoroughly evaluate all programs and schools that interest
you to ensure an appropriate match based on your family situation.
In many instances you may want to seek the assistance of an
Educational Consultant or a licensed mental health professional
to guide you.
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The treatment programs, boarding schools, residential treatment programs, wilderness programs and camp links listed on the National Youth Network
website do not necessarily constitute any endorsement or recommendation. National Youth
Network’s content and intent is solely informational and educational and is
not a substitute for engaging an appropriately licensed professional.
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Shepherds Hill Academy -- Christian therapeutic program and school for teens.
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