|As a part of it’s mission, Youth Foundation operates a Residential Treatment Center and a boarding School for teens. We strive to help turn around struggling teens and guide students to achieve their potential. Youth Foundation offers many different types of therapy, support groups and education plans for teens anywhere from 3rd grade through college, ages 13-18, including physical education requirements.Our school system is full accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission, and is completely self paced allowing student to completely master the material before continuing.
Our therapists are fully dedicated to working on any trouble the student may be facing or has to deal with in the past, and our support groups meet weekly to heal keep your teen on track and stay strong.
|Youth Foundation offers character building workshops, family and emotional growth seminars, and all students are supervised 24/7 by CPR and First Aid certified staff.Character building courses are essential to helping out students gain new insight, motivation, and direction here at Youth Foundation. Coupled with skill building and personal development courses, our students get the full treatment and learn how to better handle some of the struggles that they are dealing with in everyday life.
Youth Foundation seminars are all about getting through to your teen and building special bonds between family. The first few seminars the student works through without parental presence to allow time and emotional growth to maintain long lasting connections with their parents. Parents themselves are able to attend nearly identical courses and seminars through two locations (Las Vegas, NV and Atlanta, GA).
|Even better, Youth Foundation is non-profit. That means cost is significantly less. A non-profit school can cast as much as 30%. Nearly all tuition goes towards your teens education and success. We are fully dedicated towards helping your teen, not making a profit. A “For-Profit” school or treatment center are required to maintain the same services, staff ratios, and quality, yet they charge more than a Non-Profit. Why? Because it’s going in their pocket.|