What You Can Expect from our Teen Residential Treatment Center ?

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At our troubled teens residential program for at-risk girls, we strive for excellence in moral and value formation, emotional regulation, attitude, holiness, and service. We hope to instill into your daughter a sense of belonging to something bigger than herself and an understanding that a life of giving rather than taking will be what fulfills her. It is our goal to teach each troubled teen girl respect for the dignity of human life and a responsibility toward others.

Our all-girls Christian residential treatment center will work with both your daughter and your family to make changes that will help eliminate the problems that caused you to look to our inpatient mental health facility for help.

Our evidence-based therapies will teach your daughter skills that will help her have positive relationships in life and help her in communicating with others. We will strive to help her learn and apply everyday living skills and to adapt problem-solving techniques in meeting the demands life places on her.

Our staff will strive to be open in communication, honest in trying to work with you and your daughter, and trustworthy to strive to complete the task you have placed in our hands.

The Benefits of our Residential Treatment Center For Teen Girls

Our purpose is to change negative conduct, mold character and bring about results in your daughter that will dramatically improve her life. But unlike most other residential treatment facilities for girls, Trinity’s Christian residential treatment center for teen girls provides your family with distinctive programs based on the hope and love of God that are designed to develop specific behaviors.

After your child completes her mental health treatment in our All-Girls Residential Treatment Facility, you will likely notice she has:

  • Developed a strong sense of self, including an understanding of her strengths and weaknesses
  • Become more respectful to herself and others
  • Developed emotional regulation
  • Learned to control her anger, impulsivity, perfectionism and anxieties.
  • Learned to rely on the skills she learned and her newly developed moral compass when making decisions
  • Connected with others honestly
  • Begun to take responsibility and show accountability for her actions
  • Improved how she views and values herself
  • An increased desire for wholesome adolescent activities such as school, family time, work, healthy peer relationships and extracurricular pursuits
  • Acquired more motivation, self-discipline, self-reliance, self-esteem, dignity and confidence