Residential Treatment Centers for Troubled Girls in Orlando, Florida
Troubled girls who come from Orlando, Florida will receive immediate assistance through residential treatment centers. These therapeutic treatment programs offer help to adolescents who are suffering from mental health, substance abuse and behavioral health issues. Parents who are searching for a residential treatment facility, please call 855-631-4424 to speak with a professional and learn of the opportunities available.
Trinity Teen Solutions is a Christian focused treatment program that serves struggling teenage girls. We believe that our students should be built up, loved, and nurtured with precise disciplinary measures of gaining rewards for good behaviors and losing privileges. We help teens learn Christian values through a biblical therapy approach, providing the tools for moving conduct from anger to positive action by combining personal/group/family therapy, academic recovery, counseling, and an active physical schedule. All this encourages life-changing decisions to assure productive and healthy lives. Trinity Teen Solutions is dedicated to offering help and hope to families in need by creating an environment for change.
Trinity Teen Solutions provides Treatment for Co-occurring Disorders
- Substance abuse
- Low self-esteem
- Grief and loss
- Family conflict
- Self-harm issues
- Eating disorders
Many parents in Orlando, Florida who are seeking help for for their daughter have usually waited until things have become so difficult that the family has suffered and they are desperate. Do not hesitate to call Trinity Teen Solutions. We can help your teen restore her life. Please contact our Admissions Director by call 855-631-4424, today.
“Sociopathy involves some interaction between the innate neurological wiring of individuals and the larger society in which they end up spending their lives.” - Martha Stout
“The pain of severe depression is quite unimaginable to those who have not suffered it, and it kills in many instances because its anguish can no longer be borne. The prevention of many suicides will continue to be hindered until there is a general awareness of the nature of this pain.” - William Styron