Residential Treatment Centers for Teens & Adolescent in Wisconsin

Turning Winds is one of the leading teen treatment centers in America and we want to make sure your child gets the help they not only need, but deserve. If you have a teen that is struggling with any kind of mental health illness, behavioral health issue, and/or a substance use disorder (SUD), we want to help you take steps towards a better today and tomorrow for your teen. 

How To Find The Best Teen Treatment

Your Goal

Your goal is to treat your child’s mental, emotional, and behavioral health so that they may build a strong healthy foundation that will help create a life full of success and happiness. In order to do this, we recommend going out-of-state and attending a long-term residential teen program.

Location, Location, Location

You may think that enrolling your child into a teen program close to home is the best option, but we have found that this actually has the power to hinder their long-term success. Your environment is unfortunately unhealthy right now and so removing your teen away from negative peer pressure, broken relationships in the home, stressed school environment, and more can have a momentous impact on their care, and ultimately their life. We understand that having your child away from home so young can be emotionally challenging, but we encourage you to look at this as an opportunity to have your child receive the best treatment plan so that they may be successful long after they graduate from their care. Going to a teen center out of state can also provide your child with the opportunity to learn new skills, explore new environments, and find new and exciting hobbies and interests. A fresh perspective could be the very thing that catapults your child to full healing.

Length of Stay

There are a variety of teen programs to choose from across the United States, but you want to make sure that you pick the rehab program that is best for your child’s needs. Level of care and how long they remain in rehab could be the difference between relapsing and living their best life. We have been treating teens since 2002 and have found that treatment is most successful when the child is attending 3 months or more. Outpatient programs, like Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs, are excellent options for when your teen is stepping down from a long-term plan, but should not be the first line of defense when it comes to treating your teens behavioral and mental health struggles.

Insurance and Cost

You may have insurance that could have the potential to cover at least some of the costs of treatment, but chances are you will need to account for costs outside your insurance coverage if you are looking for a long-term center. We understand that this can cause anxiety, but we encourage you to look at this like any other medical necessity. You wouldn’t go with the lesser care option if your child was struggling from a serious physical illness, so don’t do so with their mental health care. An excellent program will help guide you through the financial process and advocate for your child to get the best care possible. There are also ways to help you financially accomplish this goal, so before you give up hope, contact Turning Winds at 800-845-1380 to learn more about the cost of treatment and ways you could help pay for your teens care.

Can Turning Winds Help?

Turning Winds is a mental health, behavioral health, and substance use disorder 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 Wisconsin or wanting to attend out-of-state, we can help you find the right treatment for your teen.

It is very common to feel overwhelmed by the 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.

Wisconsin Resources

United Way Wisconsin provides help for those seeking resources for health, education, and income.

2-1-1 services all income levels, languages, and cultural backgrounds in your local area.

SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration) provides a crisis helpline and treatment finder for those struggling with mental, behavioral, and/or addiction.

AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) is a mutual aid fellowship designed to help those who struggle with alcohol abuse.

Al-Anon/Alateen is a mutual aid fellowship designed to help those who know someone who struggles with alcohol abuse.

NA (Narcotics Anonymous) is a mutual aid fellowship designed to help those who struggle with drug abuse.

Nar-Anon is a mutual aid fellowship designed to help those who know someone who struggles with drug abuse.

Youth Services provides resources and crisis intervention for adolescents and parents.

LGBTQ Support & Resources provides support and a save space for all those in the LGBTQ community.

WI Family Services provides resources to parents and general information about Wisconsin education system.

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.

Related Content

Group Homes In Palatine, IL

Turning Winds is a top-notch residential treatment center specializing in a variety of therapeutic intervention strategies (CBT, DBT, behavioral therapy) and life skills development and experiential education for teens from Palatine, IL who may be undergoing trials such as video game addiction (gaming), alcohol dependence, and/or low self-esteem. One of the biggest threats today to young people from Palatine, IL is substance abuse. According to a survey conducted by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, around 9.4% of teenagers have used an illicit drug within the past month. This same study showed marijuana use is on the rise. Many adolescent boys and girls are falling victim to drug abuse/addiction (including marijuana) and alcohol dependence, leading them to make poor decisions that place their lives in danger. Parents in the Palatine, IL area who are searching for help for their teens often seek a group home. It is important parents educate themselves on what these facilities can and cannot provide their at-risk adolescent. The Group Home Environment Though there are likely good group homes in the Pal+atine, IL area, these state-run partnerships typically only provide housing for mentally and physically disabled children and adults who cannot live with their families or on their own. These

Read More »

Group Homes In Oak Park, IL

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 adolescent boys and girls from Oak Park, IL who may be experiencing obstacles such as pornography addiction (online or magazines), pain medication abuse/addiction, and/or gender dysphoria. One of the biggest threats today to young people from Oak Park, IL is substance abuse. According to a survey conducted by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, around 9.4% of teenagers have used an illicit drug within the past month. This same study showed marijuana use is on the rise. Many teenage boys and girls are falling victim to alcohol abuse/overuse and pain medication abuse/addiction, leading them to make poor decisions that place their lives in danger. Parents in the Oak Park, IL area who are investigating help for their adolescent boys and girls often seek a group home. It is important parents educate themselves on what these facilities can and cannot offer their struggling teenager. The Group Home Environment Though there are likely good group homes in the Oak Park, IL area, these state-run organizations typically only offer housing for mentally and physically disabled children and adults who

Read More »

Sign up to receive Turning Winds community news