Treatment Center for Teens in Ohio

If your teen is struggling with a mental health illness, behavioral health issue, and/or a substance use disorder (SUD) in Ohio, you are not alone. The truth is that many kids nationwide are suffering from co-occurring disorders today so there is nothing to be embarrassed or ashamed about. We here at Turning Winds want to make sure you have the facts that will help you find a teen treatment program the best fits your child’s needs whether it be here at Turning Winds or another program, we want to make sure you choose the right place and get your loved one the help he/she needs!

How To Find The Best Teen Treatment

Your Goal

Your goal is to have a treatment plan that will help your teens behavioral, mental, and emotional health. The ultimate goal is to build a strong foundation that will foster happiness, healthy decisions, purpose, and long-term success. It is important to find a teen treatment center that not only supports that plan, but successfully achieves it.

Location, Location, Location

It can feel overwhelming when you start the search for a teen rehab center and many parents may think that keeping their child home is the best choice, but in our experience it can sometimes be detrimental to their overall care. Removing your teen from a space where there are negative environmental factors including negative peers influences, unhealthy school environment, or even, and often tough to admit, an unhealthy home  environment can have a critical impact on their long-term recovery. We sympathize with your struggle: sending your kid to an out-state program can be anxiety provoking, but we want to encourage you to look at the benefits this could bring to your child’s care and impact on their overall future. Try looking it as a great educational, emotional, mental, and physical wellness program that will help build not only your teen’s self-esteem, but also their perspective and outlook on life and help them to see how their actions have been hurting themselves and others. A new location that provides resources for them to learn new things, grow, heal, and explore new talents and hobbies could be the very thing that changes their future for the better.

Length of Stay

There are many kinds of teen rehab and treatment programs that you could choose from; there are outpatient programs such as Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) which are amazing for teens that are stepping down from an inpatient program, but in many cases should not be used as the first step in treatment for your child if you want them to succeed long-term. We at Turning Winds recommend a program that is anywhere from 3 months to a full year. The reason we suggest this is because we have seen countless successes among the kiddos we have worked with; many were previously in short term residential programs and struggled upon returning home and regressed before the family ultimately decided to send to a long-term program. If you send your loved one away to a program that is too short, there is great risk the child will not fully absorb, develop, and implement the necessary skills and tools and you are likely to end up having to repeat the same stressful, emotional, challenging process to find another program in hopes it will help. It’s best to start off with an aggressive approach to their care from the beginning so you can achieve true success. What your teen is going through is just as important as their physical wellbeing so we recommend not cutting corners on their care.

Insurance and Cost

You may have an insurance plan that will cover some of the cost of treatment, so it is critical to understand what coverage your policy has, specifically for your dependent son or daughter. Turning Winds will help parents navigate not just insurance coverage, but we will advocate for the best care while your child is with us. In addition, there are other ways for your family to navigate out-of-pocket costs and any quality, respectable treatment program should help provide resources so you can support the best care. We want to invite you to look at the cost like an investment into your teen’s mental health and their future.

Can Turning Winds Help?

Turning Winds is a mental health, behavioral health, and substance use disorder treatment center and boarding school for struggling adolescents located on 150 acres in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Montana. Whether you are looking for help in the state of Ohio or wanting to attend treatment out-of-state, we can help you find the right treatment for your teen.

It is very common to feel overwhelmed by the treatment process and that is why we want to make sure you are equipped with the facts so that you can make the best decision for your child.

For more information on how Turning Winds can help you, contact us now at 800-845-1380.

Turning Winds wants to make sure that you are able to get the help you deserve, so please feel free to utilize these free resources below.

Ohio Resources

United Way of Ohio is nationwide resources with a focus on health, education, and income. Their resources can be helpful for anyone looking for more information on how they can help and improve their life.

2-1-1 OH is free local information and resource center that provides 24/7 help in Ohio.

SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration) provides a free crisis helpline for anyone looking for information, resources, and services for treatment programs for those who don’t have insurance coverage or the funds to get treatment for any age.

AA Ohio (Alcoholics Anonymous) is a 12-step program that helps those who have a problem with alcoholism and alcohol abuse.

Al-Anon/Alateen OH is a 12-step program that helps those who have someone in their lives with alcoholism.

NA Ohio (Narcotics Anonymous) is a 12-step program that helps those who have a problem with drug addiction and drug abuse.

Nar-Anon OH is a 12-step program that helps those who have someone in their lives with drug addiction.

Ohio Youth Services provides crisis help, resources, and support for teens and families.

Ohio LGBTQ Resources is a statewide support organization that provides resources and information for the LGBTQ community.

Ohio Department of Education provides information for education information, resources, services, and more for the state of OH.

Heal With Turning Winds

Is your child or loved one struggling and lost? Have you tried all different means of help and support and nothing is working? Are you feeling overwhelmed and just not sure what you as a parent or guardian should do next? Contact us now and let us help guide you in the right direction that is best for your loved one and family. No family should have to face this journey alone so contact us today.

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