We know what you are going through…we really do. With 20 years experience of working with troubled and defiant teens, we know your child. Your home has become so unmanageable; you’re not sure what to do next. Your teen is out of control, perhaps experimenting with drugs, alcohol, sex, or hanging around the wrong crowd, and having trouble in school. Your child may be diagnosed with OCD, ODD, ADD, ADHD, or a myriad of other disorders. Possibly; you’ve already tried counseling, and that hasn’t helped. Now, a new strategy is necessary to get the help you need for your son or daughter. That’s what Shepherds Hill Academy New Creation Residential Treatment Wilderness Program is all about.
Unlike short term teen boot camps, or military schools, long term residential treatment therapy is more effective in modifying negative behaviors with positive character changes that last a lifetime. Shepherds Hill Academy residential treatment program provides a loving, safe environment for your child, while they continue their academics. We have a student to staff ratio of 5-1, which surpasses most residential treatment facilities. Your child will have constant residential care from our professional, loving, caring staff – 24 hours a day, and 7 days a week during their entire stay. Our devoted Resident Treatment Counselors and Education Team are committed to helping troubled teens get their life on the right path.
So, if you are experiencing chaos in your home from a teenager who has gone down the wrong path, consider Shepherds Hill Academy residential treatment program. We understand your child, and what your family is going through, we genuinely do. Allow us to help you find peace and comfort for your family in your home again.
To learn more about Shepherds Hill Academy Residential Treatment Facility, please complete the online inquiry form, or call us at (706) 779-5766. Though most of our residents come from states in the southeast like Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Texas, we enroll teens from throughout the U.S. and Canada.