Michigan Families Finding Help For Troubled Teens

Michigan Troubled Teens Find Help at Red Mountain Colorado

Finding out that your child from Michigan is struggling with negative coping behaviors is a tough realization. You never want your child to be considered a “troubled teen”. But by accepting the reality of the situation, you’ll be better prepared to find your Michigan teen the right kind of help and support.

Your child really needs more help than you can offer at home. What he needs is a way to deep dive into unpacking his negative patterns and replace them with new, healthy behaviors. An ideal way to do this is by attending 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 Michigan

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One of the leading therapeutic programs helping troubled boys from Michigan is Red Mountain Colorado. Red Mountain Colorado helps teenage boys ages 13-17 that are struggling with the effects of anxiety, trauma, and depression.

Although Red Mountain Colorado is away from Michigan, we serve teens and families from across the United States, including Michigan.

At Red Mountain Colorado, your child from Michigan will be able to process his mental health challenges in order to achieve lasting recovery and happiness. And while there are other programs that can prevent teens from acting out in the short-term, Red Mountain Colorado ensures that our students have the skills and habits in place to help them find long-term success.

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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 how Red Mountain Colorado’s comprehensive approach to working with troubled Michigan teens can help by calling (877) 302-5022.

Michigan Teens Engage and Grow with Adventure Therapy

To truly heal, troubled teens from Michigan need to be engaged in both therapy and their overall 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. Each week, students will get outside and active with experiences like white-water rafting, skiing, and rock climbing.

These adventure activities are fun, appropriately challenging, and offer a variety of benefits. Teens develop communication skills, distress tolerance, and self-esteem. They understand how they can transfer problem-solving skills to future situations.

In addition to these transferable skills, Adventure Therapy exposes Michigan 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.

We are located just north of Denver, CO which gives us access to a boundless number of outdoor activities. And although Red Mountain Colorado is outside of Michigan, we serve adolescents from Michigan and all over the country.

At Red Mountain Colorado, a residential treatment center for troubled Michigan boys, your son can find the help and support he needs to achieve lasting healing. Using Adventure Therapy, your son will be able to move past the core beliefs that are limiting his potential and help him believe in his ability to succeed and thrive.

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