Aftercare Treatment is a Must Have for Troubled Teens From East Dallas, TX
Are you the parent of a troubled teen from East Dallas, TX and looking for an after care program? Have you tried to help your son or daughter adjust back into normal life—without much success? Waterford can help.
Please call us at 866-439-0355 to schedule an interview.
Aftercare at Waterford is intended to support both the teen and their parents to create a plan that will enable them to continue making the progress they may have started in a residential treatment program. Aftercare is often essential in helping your child to fully recover from whatever addictions or troubling behaviors they were experiencing before. Our program will help them transition back into school, home, family, and friends to ensure their continued success.
Waterford is ideal for East Dallas, TX teens and their families who:
- Have completed a residential treatment program or wilderness therapy
- Have not completed such a program and are in need of further and different help
- Are striving to continue emotional and physical success and want further support
- Need additional help completing high school
- Are in need of more life skill and vocational training
- Would benefit from both individual and family therapy
Waterford has three programs that are highly successful, and we can help to find which one is best for you. Waterford has the Partial Hospitalization Program, where the teen is placed under constant surveillance and helped both medically and mentally as they overcome addictions. There is also the Intensive Outpatient Program that helps the teens continue their sobriety by therapy, education, and frequent drug tests. The final program is the Therapeutic Day School that helps teen focus on the academics they may have missed through incarceration, suspension, or treatment. They can finish school through the program or get back on track to finish at a public high school at home.
Waterford has a high success rate in helping teens and their families from all over the United States. Happy clients have told us many times how grateful they are that Waterford was an option when they had no idea what to do. We are confident in our abilities to help you, to give you the support and education your family is looking for.
Call Waterford Academy today at 866-439-0355.
East Dallas, TX – On 9 September 1882, the area was incorporated into a city called “East Dallas” (though many thought it should be called “Gaston”) on a tract of 1,400 acres. The small town used an aldermanic form of government and in 1883 it passed a tax ordinance to raise money for civic services. In 1883, the first schools in the area were built for 400 white students and 60 black students. In 1886, the first all-brick schoolhouse in Dallas County was constructed in East Dallas. In 1887, the State Fair of Texas and Dallas Exposition at Fair Parkopened, giving the area further growth. By the late 1880s, East Dallas had 6,000 residents and by 1889, 90% of the homes in the city had running water.
As hard as it is for you to realize your adolescent is growing into an adult, the hardest thing is living with them while they’re getting there. While moodiness, irritability, indifference, and hermit-like behavior can all be normal, they can also be signs of something more. Keep watch of your child and if the behaviors are completely out-of-control, seek help.
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