Youth Homes for Troubled Teens Both Boys and Girls
Strugglingteens.co represents parents seeking youth homes for their troubled child. What is a group home? Basically, youth homes are licensed therapeutic facilities that are based in a family setting. Youth homes may be privately-owned therapeutic home providing residential treatment care to troubled teens and who are placed by parents or other caregivers.
Privately owned and operated youth homes are typically superior to what you would find at local city or county run group homes. Group homes for troubled teens (both troubled boys and troubled girls) are typically government-based programs (city, county, or state). They are also typically underfunded, under served, and staffed by non-professionals who do the best they can under the circumstances they are given. Typically, the government-base homes do not provide a Christian experience.
For parents seeking a more intimate experience the best option is to look at privately owned youth homes specializing in residential treatment of troubled boys or girls. Parents searching for placement for their struggling teen should look to privately run youth homes instead of government run facilities. This type of program is typically supported by a local church, or owned and operated by a caring owners. When parents are looking for help for their troubled child there are specific options that will work. Let our family advocates help you with the best options for your child. Call StrugglingTeens.co at 86-439-4818.
What is a Youth Home for Troubled Teens? Do they exist in North Carolina?
Privately-owned therapeutic youth homes and government-based group homes for troubled youth are totally different from one another in every way. There are both types of programs for troubled teens in North Carolina. Both programs serve the same population, struggling teen boys, struggling teen girls, and/or drug addicted teens needing out of home placements. Both types of group homes are uniquely created in a family-based milieu. Both types of group homes are designed to produce results through an "independent-living" and a family-style atmosphere.
But the privately owned group home in North Carolina is directly accountable to the parents of the children in the program. Since the parent is paying for the service and is essentially the client, there is a greater level of expectation and accountability so better services are offered. In a government-based program the parents are not usually directly involved (the accountability is to the probation officer or juvenile courts). Privately owned homes tend to foster a sense of independence and self-accountability. Moreover, privately owned group Homes for struggling youth are safer, family-like settings where trusting and intimate relationships fosters submission to authority and resentment of authority.
The unique value of a privately owned Youth Home
- A Family Experience (therapy and education)
- Individual and Group Therapy
- Family Involvement and Family Counseling
- Involvement in Community Service - Outreach Projects
- Healthy Community and Recreational Activities
- Staffed by heartfelt people who are wholly devoted in helping teens
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