Illinois Teens Enter Residential Programs for Troubled Youth to Cope with Trauma and Grief
Even for the typical teenager, adolescence is a challenging time of personal growth and development. Those teens dealing with trauma, abuse, family dysfunction, and grief have a particularly tough time navigating these years. Since many teens don’t have the resources to deal with these difficult issues on their own, they often turn to drugs, risky behavior, and self harm. Residential programs for troubled youth give Illinois teens an opportunity to temporarily get out of their negative environment and learn the skills necessary to cope with life’s challenges.
Solstice is one of the top residential treatment centers for teen girls. Located in Utah, this private, comfortable treatment center helps Illinois girls and assigned female at birth (age 14-18) suffering with mental and emotional challenges. Solstice addresses each individual’s personal struggles and inspires change through developing positive core beliefs.
For decades, Solstice has helped teenage girls and assigned female at birth and their families struggling with emotional and behavior issues heal and develop positive coping skills. These years of experience allowed Solstice to develop their unique treatment philosophy.
The philosophy consists of five key components:
- People, more than programs, create the most lasting impact.
- Intensive family focus to address the child’s most important emotional connections–family.
- Focus on internal change through value development, rather than external compliance.
- Holistic approaches that address both physical and emotional needs (mind-body connection).
- Female and assigned female at birth specific interventions; as girls and assigned female at birth have unique problems and needs.
Solstice hires the most committed, qualified staff and provides intensive training to create quality programming based on their specific treatment philosophy. To learn more about Solstice’s treatment philosophy, click here.
If you feel your Illinois teen is in need of residential programs for troubled youth, don’t hesitate to call Solstice at (866) 278-3345. Learn more about Solstice’s program for teen girls. Recovery for your teen is just a call away.
Who does Solstice help?
Solstice helps Illinois teens in a residential treatment center setting who are struggling with issues similar to those below:
– Impulse Control
– Adoption/ Attachment Issues
– Social Isolation
– Body Image Issues
– Low Self Esteem
– Grief and Loss
– Asperger’s Disorder
– Disordered Eating
– Nonverbal Learning Disorder
– Family Dysfunction
– Self Harm
Illinois Teens Successfully Transition Home After Receiving Care at Residential Programs for Troubled Youth
Residential programs for troubled youth are sometimes a necessary intervention for those with significant emotional and behavioral challenges. Entering a residential treatment facility gives teens a respite from an environment where they developed habitual negative coping skills and behaviors. When teens complete the program, however, they often return to the same challenging surroundings that caused so many issues.
Solstice, one of the leading residential programs for troubled youth, believes the transition home starts immediately upon your Illinois teen’s admission. Parental involvement and creating a structured environment are essential components to the long-term success of teens graduating from the program. Upon admission, parents are provided essential reading materials, an outline of the transition program and aftercare process, and information about family seminars covering a variety of topics.
Solstice believes your teen child can succeed in their recovery. They will prepare you for the next steps after their discharge using cost-effective, researched based transition options.
These three principles are essential to successful aftercare:
- Education: Teaching effective aftercare strategies helps your family realize the significance to your teen’s long term success. Family therapy and learning experiences teach successful aftercare.
- Community: Your entire family will work with Solstice therapists to create a positive support network for your teen.
- Innovation: Your family will learn new skills and processes specifically developed for your teen’s situation.
A transition coach will work with you throughout the treatment process. Shortly after discharge, they will travel to your home and consult with you about any issues or support you need.
Your teen will arrive back to Illinois with you prepared to give them an empathetic, supportive environment necessary for their recovery. Learn more about transition support.
If you have a teen child between 14 and 18 struggling with emotional and behavioral challenges, please call us (866) 278-3345. Learn more about Solstice’s residential program.
Resources for Illinois Families Seeking Help
Worrywisekids.org is dedicated to educating teens and their families about anxiety. There is plenty of user friendly information about identifying anxiety, effective treatments, and managing anxiety before it takes over your child’s life.
National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) provides information and a referral helpline for those struggling with eating disorders. Visitors will get information on accessing treatment and support groups. Programs are offered for those suffering with eating disorders and their families.
Solstice helps Illinois families from:
Some examples of cities from Illinois which may have families who may be interested in Solstice include: Chicago Aurora Rockford Joliet Naperville Springfield Peoria Elgin Waukegan Champaign Cicero town Bloomington Arlington Heights village Evanston Schaumburg village Bolingbrook village Decatur Palatine village Skokie village Des Plaines Orland Park village Tinley Park village Oak Lawn village Berwyn Mount Prospect village Normal town Wheaton Hoffman Estates village Oak Park village
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