Group Homes in Ohio
As a premier therapeutic program for struggling adolescents from Ohio, Turning Winds provides valued assistance to teenagers experiencing clinical depression, adoption (attachment disorder), and/or academic failure.
While attending our group home, students will not only receive the specific treatment they need to achieve sobriety and rehabilitation, but they will also be taught the life skills they need to strengthen their character and facilitate long-term success in their recovery. Turning Winds' Group Home takes great care in the development of treatment and therapy methods, and together with the our accredited, premier academic curriculum, can help get the lives of teens from Ohio back on track.
Although Turning Winds may be located outside of Ohio, Turning Winds accepts enrollments from struggling teenagers from all over the US. Also, it is beneficial to have troubled teens receive assistance away from the harmful influence of their unsupportive peer group.
Turning Winds is a premier residential treatment center, specializing in a variety of therapeutic intervention strategies (CBT, DBT, behavioral therapy) and life skills development and experiential education for teens in Ohio; experiencing food addiction (binge eating, overeating), pain medication abuse/addiction, and/or bullying (or being bullied) issues. To find out more about our program, parents can contact of our licensed family advocates at (800) 845-1380 today!
Girls Group Home
While a girls group home is a great option when seeking treatment for struggling adolescents in Ohio, but when it comes to comprehensive, successful results, co-ed facilities are the preferred choice. Throughout the treatment process, exposure to one’s peers on a day to day basis can re-enforce any progress made in therapy, and also provides a healthy, supportive environment for teens to learn to interact with one another in a positive manner.
While group homes do aid in the restoration process by giving a safe place for teenagers to get counsel for their pain medication abuse/addiction, substance abuse (including marijuana) or mental health trials, co-ed facilities in particular are more advantageous when it comes to academics and personal development.
Boys Group Home
Recent research has shown that even as young as elementary school, children benefit from a co-ed learning environment – and these benefits are magnified when it comes to teenagers. In fact, private or independent facilities that offer a co-ed program not only achieve better academic results, but their social, critical thinking, and communication skills as bolstered as well. Additionally, teens of both sexes can learn from each other socially, and the diversity experienced not only better reflects society, but it helps those in recovery to avoid developing biases toward gender stereotyping.
At Turning Winds, we know treatment is not limited to substance abuse (including marijuana) or mental health issues alone. Adolescence is a difficult time, and ensuring our students are strong and well-prepared to assimilate successfully into the real world is part of our goal. We at Turning Winds know that a co-ed group home will not only help fortify the foundation of a teen’s life in sobriety, but it will also build their character and counsel them with learning the skills they will need for a successful future.
Mental Health Group Homes
Troubled teens from Ohio, experiencing pain medication abuse/addiction and substance abuse (including marijuana) are rarely free of additional co-occurring issues or disorders. Whether it is academic failure, behavioral trials, depression, or mental health troubles of any kind, treating one issue without treating the other inevitably hinders rehabilitation. We at Turning Winds are committed to remedying the whole person. Not only do we customize therapy according to an individual teen’s needs, but we also provide the kind of academic curriculum and therapeutic treatment options necessary for a full and complete restoration.
Restoration is key when it comes to healing, and some of the therapeutic treatments provided at our group home include basing our practices within the cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) methodology. Implementing the use of CBT in treatment still allows for counselors to utilize varying theoretical schools of thought for individualized treatment plans (when necessary), however at our core, we employ a humanistic - relationship-based Rogerian approach. This type of approach focuses on a person-centered mindset, which is why Turning Winds also delivers outdoor adventure therapy experiences to help re-focus troubled teenagers and help them regain their self-confidence.
When it comes to academics, our students excel far and above conventional expectations. On average, each student at Turning Winds will complete two years of schools during their 12-month stay and maintain a 3.5 GPA. It is also not uncommon for students to raise their GPA by a full letter grade during this same period, and we believe it is our devotion to smaller class sizes and our individualized, comprehensive learning model that provides such quality results.
Turning Winds is a renowned residential treatment center and therapeutic boarding school, committed to a variety of therapeutic intervention strategies (CBT, DBT, behavioral therapy) and outdoor recreation and adventure therapy for adolescents from Ohio experiencing behavioral misconduct, anxiety disorder, and/or clinical depression trials. Contact one of our experienced family advocates at (800) 845-1380 to get licensed assistance for your at-risk adolescent today!
National Organization for Parents of Troubled Teens from Ohio
Nation Association of Mental Health Planning Councils: The National Association of Mental Health Planning and Advisory Councils is a non-profit organization with a nation-wide membership that includes members of the mental health planning councils from Ohio. NAMHPAC provides assistance, policy development, knowledge products, and technical assistance to the nation’s Ohio-based mental health planning and advisory councils.
Ohio Resources for Parents and Troubled Youth
As one of the top residential treatment centers for a variety of therapeutic intervention strategies (CBT, DBT, behavioral therapy) and life skills development and experiential education in the nation, Turning Winds endorses the ideology of these premier institutions of volunteers and licensed therapists.
National Alliance on Mental Illness Ohio (NAMI) - NAMI Ohio was founded in 1982 by a humble, committed assembly of family members to offer shared assistance, training, and aid for Ohio residents and families who are experiencing serious mental, behavioral or ADD/ADHD (attentional disorder) issues. It is NAMI Ohio's mission to improve the quality of life and ensure dignity and respect for persons experiencing behavioral or clinical depression. NAMI Ohio is a mental health service with an excellent and rich history in guiding psychologically ailing individuals living in Ohio. Additionally, NAMI Ohio’s network of 55 local affiliates plays an active role giving assistance, education, and advocacy on a local level.
The Ohio Council of Behavioral Health - The Ohio Council of Behavioral Health & Family Services Providers is a private, non-profit organization, as well as a trade association. The Ohio Council is an embodying provider to mental health associations throughout Ohio, which accommodate behavioral health & family services to their Ohio districts. The Ohio Council was founded in 1979. Its association has grown to over 160 private, non-profit associations giving behavioral health & family assistances in Ohio. The Council is governed by a 15 member Board of Trustees, comprised of member organization chief executives. Elected by the Association, the Board implements strategic regulation for the Council and leadership to the organization's committee structure.
Turning Winds is the optimal choice for parents in Ohio who are seeking a premier Academic Institute to offer help for their troubled child experiencing substance abuse (including marijuana), behavioral misconduct, or clinical depression. Since it can be difficult to work with highly resistant teens, most programs rely heavily upon level systems, punishments, and other disciplinary tactics in order to manage a teen’s behavior. Here at Turning Winds, we recognize that the situation of one troubled child may not apply to all of our students. As a result, Turning Winds is committed to meeting the particular needs of each teenager with the utmost professionalism and compassion. Turning Winds’s therapists and field staff discourage the use of judgments and labels, and never condone one's diagnosis to interfere with a struggling teenager's sense of self or ability to form friendships with one another.
With decades of collective experience in the residential treatment center industry, our therapists can quickly identify and help pain medication abuse/addiction issues, challenges related to clinical depression, and the causes for academic failure. In short, Turning Winds knows how to support troubled teens with lasting restoration; and how to forge a new path for proper help and purpose in life. We are considered a premier Academic Institute, where we teach a variety of therapeutic intervention strategies (CBT, DBT, behavioral therapy) and outdoor recreation and adventure therapy that leads to a healthy, balanced life. If you are ready to take advantage of the leading Academic Institute that Turning Winds can offer, we encourage you to contact our family advocates; to begin the lasting change in your child's life. We give assistance to struggling teenagers from Ohio. Call us at (800) 845-1380 to speak with one of our knowledgeable family advocates today!