Group Homes for Troubled Girls From Alabama

Group Homes for Troubled Girls Alabama AL

Group homes for troubled girls from Alabama are specialized facilities that provide a home-like setting where teenage girls from Alabama can rehabilitate from a wide array of behavioral, mental, and emotional issues.

Similar to that of other residential treatment programs for troubled youth, group homes provide a structured therapeutic environment to behaviorally treat girls who act out in self-defeating behaviors

Elk Mountain Girls Academy Serving Girls & Families From Alabama

Elk Mountain Academy is a residential treatment center for teenage girls troubled with life-controlling issues or misbehavior that may be threatening their future.

Our therapists work with girls who are acting out or making inappropriate decisions due to emotional issues stemming from: major trauma or loss in their life, physical or mental abuse, death of a loved one, or attachment disorders related to adoption. We also specialize in treating eating disorders and self-harming.

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A Top-Rated Christian Boarding School, with Christ-centered therapy and exceptional education in one place.

Unfortunately, time is of the essence when it comes to locating treatment for a dangerously out-of-control teenage girl, and waiting for a vacant bed in a group home may not be the safest or most pragmatic of options.

Luckily for parents from Alabama, there are provenly more effective alternative treatment options to consider that restrictive and often overly expensive group homes.

Elk Mountain Academy for Girls

Elk Mountain Academy for Girls is a reputable treatment program, group home-alternative that - with over a quarter of a century's worth of experience in serving troubled, female youth - provides out-of-control girls (ages 12-17) with an individualized treatment plan specifically designed to treat their medical, emotional, and psychological needs.

"Our multi-disciplinary staff is dedicated to helping each resident choose a new and more productive path in life."

Elk Mountain's nationally recognized and fully accredited facility boasts a top-tier staff made up of various behavioral, psychiatric, general healthcare, and academic professionals including:

  • Psychiatric specialists
  • Primary care physicians
  • On-campus dentists
  • Licensed psychotherapists
  • Teachers
  • Expertly trained residential staff

Our clinical staff includes a psychiatric specialist, a primary care physician, a dentist, and licensed psychotherapists as well as teachers, mentors, and residential care staff. Each student receives coaching and one-on-one mentoring. Recreation opportunities include snow and water skiing, snowboarding, hiking, boating, swimming, camping, snowshoeing, sledding, rock climbing, and river rafting.

For more information please call us at (909) 499-2748.

Help for Believers from Alabama

24/7 Crisis Lines for people living in Alabama: If any Christian man, woman, or child is dealing with alcohol and drug abuse, anorexia, binge eating, bipolar disorder, Borderline, BPD, bulimia, cutting, depression, sexual abuse, runaways, or self-injury.

List of hotlines for people from Alabama (see below). Help for people from Alabama who have found themselves in bad situations should Dial 911 immediately, or call:

Overcome Abuse in Alabama

National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

Stop it Now! 1-888-PREVENT

United States Elder Abuse Hotline: 1-866-363-4276

National Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-4-A-CHILD (422-4453)

Child Abuse Hotline / Dept of Social Services: 1-800-342-3720

Children From Alabama In Immediate Danger: 1-800-THE-LOST

Stop Exploitation of Children from Alabama: 1-800-843-5678

Missing Children From Alabama Help Center: 1-800-872-5437

Alabama Suicide Hotlines

Alabama Suicide Hotlines: Alabama Suicide Hotlines: If you would prefer to call an Alabama suicide hotline instead of a national hotline, there are several Alabama suicide prevention hotlines available. However, unlike most national options, some Alabama hotlines may not be staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Alabama suicide hotline numbers include:

NAMI Alabama: 800-626-4199

Northwest Alabama Mental Health Center: 205-387-0541

AFSP Alabama: 205-355-1876

Alabama Crisis Center: 205-323-7777

Crisis Services of North Alabama: 800-691-8426

Alabama 211: 211

Elk Mountain Academy offers affordable, mental health treatment for life-controlling issues and disorders in girls from Alabama, including attachment disorders, attention deficit, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, self-destructive or antisocial behavior, and issues involved with adoption.

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