|Residential Treatment Centers, Wilderness Camps, and Boot Camps|
|Diamond Ranch Academy |
Licensed Youth Residential Treatment Center for troubled teens from ages 12 to 17, located on 200 acres, in Utah's beautiful color country. We integrate an accredited academic curriculum with a comprehensive therapeutic component.
|Adirondack Leadership Expeditions|
Located in Upstate New York, Adirondack specializes in helping young adults age 13 to 17 who are experiencing any of the following: family conflict, isolation, low self-esteem, substance use, defiant behavior, attention deficit, learning differences, school failure, and negative peer relationships.
Located in Montana, for teen boys and girls, ages 12-18, COLT is a Christian based program designed to help troubled teens overcome challenges ranging from drug and alcohol abuse, and behavioral problems as well.
|Falcon Ridge Ranch|
Falcon Ridge Ranch is located in Utah, within 10 miles of Zion National Park. Falcon Ridge Ranch is a state-licensed residential treatment facility for female adolescents, ages 12 to 17, who are experiencing behavioral and emotional problems that require a level of structure and care beyond that which is available in traditional outpatient clinics, but that does not require inpatient psychiatric care.
Christian Residential Program located in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri, for young men ages 16-20. Our desire is to train young men to put off childish behaviors and obsessions with the trivial distractions of this life, and to subsequently embrace the responsibilities and freedoms that come with true manhood.
Alaska State Directory of Teen & Family Support
|Parenting Guide to Teen Help|
|Implement a strict behavior management program in your home|
|Try using behavior contracts with your teen|
|Consider professional counseling and therapy|
|Residential treatment is an option for teens that need more intensive therapy|
|Boot Camps, boarding schools, or Wilderness Camps offer a very highly structured environment that focuses primarily on discipline|
|Hospitalization or Jail is the measure of last resort. Consider using these options if your teen has demonstrated that he is a danger to himself or to others|
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Statewide directory of health and human services information and referral.
|Alaska Al-Anon & Alateen|
12-Step fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics
|Alaska Attachment and Bonding Associates
Wasilla Advocacy through education for youth experiencing attachment and bonding problems
|Alaska Children's Services|
Anchorage Comprehensive program of treatment for troubled youth and their families. Services are provided to children, adolescents, and their families from throughout the state of Alaska.
|Alaska Department of Juvenile Justice Locations
||Alaska Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Programs|
|Alaska Family Directory
Community organizations for parents of children with special needs.
|Alaska Job Corps Center|
Job Corps is the nation's largest and most comprehensive residential, education and job training program for at-risk youth, ages 16-24.
|Alaska Military Youth Academy
The Alaska Military Youth Academy is designed to meet the life-coping skills and educational needs of 16 to 19 year old Alaskans.
|Alaska Public Health Centers|
Our goal is to work in partnership with individuals, communities, and systems to improve the health of Alaskans in a manner that promotes self-reliance, dignity, and cultural integrity.
|Alaska Youth and Family Network
Advocacy organization that supports and teaches family members with children and youth with emotional, or behavioral problems.
Health, tribal, and social services to residents of rural northwest Alaska.
|Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska
Statewide mentoring program that assists children and youth
|Catholic Social Services Alaska|
|Covenant House Alaska
|Denali KidCare (Health Insurance for Children & Teens)|
Free and low-cost health insurance coverage for children and teens through age 18
|Disability Law Center of Alaska
Legal advocacy services for people with disabilities anywhere in Alaska
|Hope Community Resources|
|Narcotic Drug Treatment Center|
Assists individuals to overcome both physical and psychological dependency on drugs and provides free, anonymous HIV testing.
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|Alaska Mental Health Consumer Web
Internet resource for mental health consumers.
|Counseling and Therapy|
Referrals to mental health professionals in your area.
| Alaska Brain Injury Network
Advocacy, education, and resources for the survivors of traumatic brain injury and their families.
|Law Project for Psychiatric Rights|
Provides a coordinated legal effort seeking to end the abuses against people diagnosed with mental illness through individual legal representation.
|National Alliance for the Mentally Ill in Alaska (NAMI)
Support, education, advocacy, and research organization working to improve the lives of those with mental illness. Affiliates hold monthly support meetings and provide educational meetings on various topics connected with mental illness.
|Mental Health Association in Alaska|
The Mental Health Association in Alaska (MHAA) is a Division of the National Mental Health Association and is dedicated to the promotion of good mental health, the prevention of mental illness and ongoing improvement in the care and treatment of the mentally ill through advocacy, education, referral, research, legislative input and the monitoring of existing programs.
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