Benefits of our Residential Treatment Program
What You Can Expect from The Troubled Teens Program at Trinity Teen Solutions
At our troubled teens program for at risk girls, we strive for excellence in education, 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 at-risk youth program 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 troubled teens program for help.
We will strive to provide the best care possible for your daughter while she is at our unique wilderness treatment program, as well as an atmosphere in which she can grow physically, mentally, emotionally, socially and spiritually.
Our experiential learning model 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 that your Daughter will Receive from Trinity Teen Solutions’ At Risk Youth Program
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 wilderness treatment for girls, Trinity’s troubled teens program 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 stay, most parents will notice that through our experiential learning model their daughters have:
- Developed a strong sense of self, including an understanding of her strengths and weaknesses
- Become more respectful to herself and others
- Developed and improved her relationship with God
- Learned to rely on the Holy Spirit and her conscience when making decisions
- Connected with others honestly
- Begun to take responsibility for her own 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