Parents with Troubled Teens Have Options Other than Boot Camps
Often parents feel that the only option for their troubled teens is boot camp, but this isn’t so. Waterford offers parents a viable and effective alternative. Our intensive outpatient program and therapeutic day school specializes in stabilizing troubled teens who may have behavioral issues, substance abuse problems, as well as underlying emotional disturbances. We want to help your teen learn coping mechanisms, giving them every opportunity to live long and successful lives. If you believe, like we do, that our program can help you and your family, call us today at 866-439-0355 or learn more here.
We are here to help
At Waterford, we offer a safe and clean facility with professional and well-trained staff. Our philosophy is multifaceted, offering an approach that blends Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Expressive Arts, Psychodrama, and Recreation Therapy, all in order to help your troubled teen overcome life’s difficulties. You’ll be able to see the progress your teen is making, as well as continue to build and strengthen the family dynamic. Waterford wants you to know that you are not alone, we are here to help. Call us right now at 866-439-0355 and speak with one of our knowledgable representatives today!
Contact Us Today
Fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Select Your State for More Information
The Not-So-Obvious Epidemic Prescription drug abuse affects millions of Americans every year in every demographic. However, young adults ages 18-25 are more likely to take prescription drugs for nonmedical purposes. While many may believe that prescriptions drugs are...read more
In America, “failure to launch” syndrome is unquestionably real. In affluent areas the problem is near epidemic. More and more parents are struggling with the difficult balancing act of showing your child love and affection and giving them discipline. The lack of...read more
Tragic Results from Trying Pink Grant Seaver and Ryan Ainsworth were two 13 year old friends from Park City, Utah that did things middle school boys were supposed to do: go to the movies on Friday night, learn how to use a locker, and talk to girls for the first time....read more