Residential Treatment Centers for Teens & Adolescent in Rhode Island

No parent wants to watch their child struggle and not know how to help them or where to turn to. That is why Turning Winds wants to make sure that parents are armed with the facts and information about the mental health field and what treatment options are available, so that you can get the best help for your teen. You are not alone and there is long-term hope and healing. Let us help you get there.

How To Find The Best Teen Treatment

Your Goal

Your teen may be struggling with a mental, behavioral, and/or substance abuse issues, so the type of care is going to be crucial when deciding on what teen treatment pro-gram you should send them to. Recovery is a process and takes longer than your aver-age 30 day stay treatment center. Your teen needs to work through unresolved issues so that they can break the cycle of their bad habits that have been holding them back unnecessarily. The primary goal is to find a teen treatment center for your child that will give lasting results so they may go on to live a productive and happy life.

Location, Location, Location

Turning Winds has helped thousands of teens and their families from all over the United States and we have found that treatment centers out-of-state offer the best opportunity for full recovery. Removing your teen from their home environment will allow them to put all their focus and energy on their healing, health, and self without any distractions. Turning Winds campus is located in the breathtaking Rocky Mountains of Troy, Montana and we have witnessed what nature and a caring therapeutic environment has done for these teens and their families. We fully understand that sending your child away to an out-of-state treatment program can be unnerving, but we want you to look at it is as the best chance for your child to not only recover life-long, but learn new talents, discover new hobbies, and meet new people all while building a fresh new perspective to live a life full of purpose, true happiness, and success.

Length of Stay

From our many years of experience, we strongly suggest a teen treatment program that provides a minimum stay of 3-6 months. Anything less could be a disservice to your child’s overall long-term recovery. The longer your teen has the chance to work on themselves, develop healthier habits and coping skills, while also working on self-esteem issues and building up their GPA, the better off they are at continuing to implement these new positive behaviors in their daily lives outside of treatment.

Insurance and Cost

Some private or commercial insurance companies will pay for part of the treatment care plan depending on what type of coverage you have. In many cases however, they will only pay for part of the care leaving the rest of the expenses up to the family to pay. An excellent program will help you navigate your insurance coverage, provide information and resources on how to fund for your teen’s treatment, and advocate for the best care possible for your kiddo. This can be an anxiety provoking process, so if you need help navigating what next steps you should take, please feel free to call our Admissions line at 800-845-1380. Sometimes the hardest step is making that first call, so let us help make that step easier.

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 Rhode Island 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.

Rhode Island Resources

United Way Rhode Island  is a non-profit nationwide organization that provides information, resources, and services.

2-1-1 RI is a local community based program that offers information and resources.

SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration) provides information and resources for state funded treatment programs.

AA Rhode Island (Alcoholics Anonymous) is a 12-step program for those who struggle with alcohol.

Al-Anon/Alateen is a 12-step fellowship for those who know someone who struggles with alcohol.

NA Rhode Island(Narcotics Anonymous) is a 12-step fellowship for those who struggle with drugs.

Nar-Anon Rhode Island is a 12-step fellowship for those who know someone who struggles with drugs.

LGBTQ Youth Resources offers support and resources for the LGBTQ community.

Rhode Island Coalition for Children and Families offers information , resources, and services those residing in RI.

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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