DETERMINE YOUR CHILD’S NEED FOR PLACEMENT

Are you the parent of a troubled teen? Many times as parents, we wonder whether or not our teenager is in need of help. We have put together this test in order to give you an idea of the severity of your child’s behaviors and his or her need for help. This will help you start the process of making the decision whether your child is a candidate for the Turning Winds, boarding school for troubled teens.
Instructions: Answer the questions about your teens behavior.

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