Maryland Families Finding Help For Troubled Teens

Maryland Troubled Teens Find Help at Red Mountain Colorado

Finding out that your child from Maryland is struggling with negative coping behaviors is a tough realization. You don’t want your kid to be labeled a “troubled teen”. But by knowing the truth of the situation, you’ll be better equipped to get the right help for your Maryland teenager.

Your teen likely needs more help than you can provide at home. Your son needs the chance to really look at both his behaviors and what is underlying them, while also developing new ways of being. An optimal way to do this is by having him attend a residential treatment center. At a residential treatment center, he will have access to evidence-based therapies, a positive peer group, academics, and the skills he needs to succeed in the long run.

 

Red Mountain Colorado is located near Denver, Colorado but we help teens from Maryland

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One of the top treatment programs for troubled Maryland teens is Red Mountain Colorado. Red Mountain Colorado serves teens ages 13-17 that are struggling with trauma, depression, and anxiety.

While Red Mountain Colorado is outside of Maryland, we work with adolescents from around the country, including teens from Maryland.

At Red Mountain Colorado, your Maryland teen will be able to work through the issues that brought him here in a way that leads to sustainable growth. While many options can help teens stop engaging in negative behaviors in the short-term, Red Mountain Colorado equips teens with the skills they need to lead a happy and productive life.

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Red Mountain Colorado can help your child build a brighter future. Contact our admissions team to learn more about providing your child with the solutions they need

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Learn more about Red Mountain Colorado and our holistic approach to helping troubled teens from Maryland by calling (877) 302-5022 today.

Maryland Teens Engage and Grow with Adventure Therapy

To really heal, your troubled Maryland teen needs to be an active participant in their own therapeutic journey. Though there is definitely a place for traditional talk therapy, a teen-specific residential treatment center allows for more experience-based approaches including Adventure Therapy.

Adventure Therapy is an active, hands-on approach that Red Mountain Colorado uses to reach teenage boys that are struggling with behavioral and emotional issues. Every week, students will get outdoors and moving with activities like rock climbing, skiing, and whitewater rafting.

Red Mountain Colorado’s adventure activities are intentionally challenging, fun, and offer a host of benefits. Teenagers improve their communication and distress tolerance skills, as well as increased self-esteem. Students learn how to use problem-solving skills in new and sometimes complicated situations.

In addition to these transferable skills, Adventure Therapy exposes Maryland teens to new hobbies and leisure activities. Frequently our students share that up until Red Mountain Colorado, acting out was the only ways they knew to have fun. Adventure Therapy exposes them to safe, exciting, and fun activities.

Our location just north of Denver, Colorado allows for a diverse variety of outdoor activities throughout all the seasons. And while Red Mountain Colorado is located outside of Maryland, we work with teens from around the United States, including Maryland.

At Red Mountain Colorado, a residential treatment center for struggling Maryland teens, your child can get the care and support he needs to thrive. By engaging in Adventure Therapy, your son will work through the internal strugglings and negative beliefs that have held him back, which will help him unlock his potential to grow and succeed.

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