Group Homes in Utah

Group Homes for Teens Utah UT

As a superior treatment facility for troubled youth from Utah, Turning Winds gives valued support to adolescents wrestling with self-harming behavior, separation anxiety, and/or narcissistic behavior.

Image of Happy adolescent from Utah feeling hopeful at Turning WindsWhile attending our group home, students will not only receive the specific rehabilitation they need to achieve sobriety and remediation, 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, superior academic curriculum, can help get the lives of teenage boys and girls from Utah back on track.

Although Turning Winds may be located outside of Utah, Turning Winds accepts enrollments from at-risk adolescent boys and girls from all over the US. Also, it is beneficial to have struggling teenagers receive support away from the harmful influence of their unsupportive peer group.

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Turning Winds is a superior residential treatment center, specializing in a variety of therapeutic intervention strategies (CBT, DBT, behavioral therapy) and life skills development and experiential education for teenage boys and girls in Utah; wrestling with video game addiction (gaming), alcohol abuse/overuse, and/or hypochondriasis obstacles. To find out more about our program, parents can contact of our licensed intake counselors at (800) 845-1380 today!

Girls Group Home

While a girls group home is a great option when investigating treatment for troubled youth in Utah, but when it comes to comprehensive, successful results, co-ed facilities are the preferred choice. Throughout the rehabilitation process, exposure to one’s peers on a day to day basis can re-enforce any progress made in therapy, and also gives a healthy, supportive environment for teenage boys and girls to learn to interact with one another in a positive manner.

While group homes do aid in the recovery process by providing a safe place for adolescent boys and girls to get assist for their alcohol abuse/overuse, pain medication abuse/addiction or mental health challenges, co-ed facilities in particular are more advantageous when it comes to academics and personal development.

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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 adolescent boys and girls. 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, teenage boys and girls 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 pain medication abuse/addiction or mental health obstacles 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 teenager’s life in sobriety, but it will also build their character and assist them with learning the skills they will need for a successful future.

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Mental Health Group Homes

Struggling teenage boys and girls from Utah, wrestling with alcohol abuse/overuse and pain medication abuse/addiction are rarely free of additional co-occurring obstacles or disorders. Whether it is narcissistic behavior, behavioral challenges, depression, or mental health troubles of any kind, treating one issue without treating the other inevitably hinders remediation. We at Turning Winds are devoted to transforming the whole person. Not only do we customize therapy according to an individual teenager’s needs, but we also give the kind of academic curriculum and rehabilitative therapy options necessary for a full and complete recovery.

Restoration is key when it comes to healing, and some of the therapeutic treatments delivered 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 clinicians to utilize varying theoretical schools of thought for individualized rehabilitation plans (when necessary), however at our core, we employ a humanistic - relationship-based Rogerian approach. This type of approach focuses on a person-Image of Happy teens feeling hopeful at Turning Windscentered mindset, which is why Turning Winds also provides outdoor adventure therapy experiences to help re-focus struggling adolescent boys and girls 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 commitment to smaller class sizes and our individualized, comprehensive learning model that gives such valued results.

Turning Winds is a choice residential treatment center and therapeutic boarding school, devoted to a variety of therapeutic intervention strategies (CBT, DBT, behavioral therapy) and outdoor recreation and adventure therapy for teens from Utah wrestling with poor academics, gender dysphoria, and/or self-harming behavior challenges. Contact one of our expert intake counselors at (800) 845-1380 to get licensed support for your troubled teen today!

National Partnership for Parents of Struggling Adolescents from Utah

Nation Association of Mental Health Planning Councils: The National Association of Mental Health Planning and Advisory Councils is a non-profit partnership with a nation-wide membership that includes members of the mental health planning councils from Utah. NAMHPAC gives support, policy development, knowledge products, and technical support to the nation’s Utah-based mental health planning and advisory councils.

Mental Health Counseling in Utah for At-risk Youth

: The Utah Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (DSAMH) was instituted as the State of Utah’s mental health and substance abuse authority. The mission of DSAMH is simple: to cultivate health, hope and healing while overseeing the publicly subsidized treatment and prevention policies. If you, a friend, or a family member is struggling with a mental health problem, or an issue with alcohol, tobacco or substance abuse, there is assistant available to you.

Families from Utah, investigating support for their struggling child, trust the assistance that Turning Winds provides for adolescent boys and girls who may be experiencing pain medication abuse/addiction, poor academics, or self-harming behavior. Here at Turning Winds, our licensed therapists have a deep and wise understanding of the issues that struggling teenage boys and girls from Utah are wrestling with every day. With dedication and expertise, our team gives assistance to our at-risk students, so they may recognize and deal with their alcohol abuse/overuse or narcissistic behavior in a way that is both healthy and productive. Our successful a variety of therapeutic intervention strategies (CBT, DBT, behavioral therapy) approach is based on a solid trifecta of trust and respect. Through this approach, we inspire an internally motivated recovery that lasts a lifetime.

Our therapists are devoted to not only providing support to our students in need, but also the whole family; with the care and commitment required for full recovery. It is our desire to assist, guide, and coach parents from Utah, with a at-risk child, through a very difficult time. Turning Winds is here to serve! There is hope... and you are not alone. The vision of Turning Winds is to bring forth peace while transforming emotional health for struggling adolescent boys and girls from Utah.

Contact Turning Winds today at (800) 845-1380; and allow our intake counselors to answer any questions about our enrollment fees, insurance affiliations, or proximity to Utah. Make Turning Winds and their therapeutic boarding school a life-changing and memorable experience for both your family and your at-risk child!

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