Residential Treatment Center For Troubled Teens Ages 12-17
Help Your Teens Find The Path To Joy, Fulfillment & Maturity
A family in crisis comes in many forms. Maybe your teen has started acting out, losing interest in life, taking drugs or self-harming. Other parents may be dealing with truancy, entitlement issues or defiance at every turn. While these behaviors aren’t uncommon in teenagers, they are damaging to a family’s health and wellness, capable of undermining the trust that bonds us together. While communication and empathy are crucial during times of stress or turmoil, in many cases, simply talking to your teen or disciplining them won’t work. If you’re at your wit’s ends trying to get your child back on track in life, we can help.
Fire Mountain is a residential treatment center in the Colorado Rockies where troubled teens are given the tools they need to transform into more thoughtful, responsible and confident young adults. Our program combines the latest rehabilitation innovations with proven traditional methods to help at-risk teens redirect their lives to a more positive path, becoming the best version of themselves they can be. Our goal is to help troubled teens and their families achieve the long-term healing, success and recovery they deserve.
The Start of Something Better
Fire Mountain was founded to help troubled teens and their families. There was a demand among parents for specialized programs that empower teens to work toward a better future, but not a lot of options available in northern Colorado. Our goal was to change that, and a new residential treatment center was born. Since then, we’ve grown into a large therapeutic facility on 40 acres of land in the Rocky Mountains, expanding services to help teens struggling with a wide variety of issues. Guided by a treatment philosophy grounded in hope, accountability and mutual respect, our holistic approach invites positive change and gives teens the opportunity to see their thoughts, feelings and behaviors in a new light. By giving them the tools they need to become healthy, happy people, those in our program learn how to cope with the difficulties of growing up and emerge as more confident, considerate and mature teens.
Who We Help
Good teenagers can head down the wrong road for many reasons. Peer pressure, impulsiveness, mental illness, traumatic events and injuries, and low self-esteem are just a few of the triggers that can spark problematic behaviors, leading to delinquency or problems at school and home. Many of the issues that troubled teens deal with are rooted in something deeper going on, and identifying the underlying cause is crucial to achieving lasting recovery. That’s where treatment comes in.
Fire Mountain is equipped to handle at-risk teens with a variety of emotional, behavioral or substance abuse-related problems. With a highly-trained medical and clinical staff, licensed counselors and experienced care managers, our programs are appropriate for youth aged 12 to 17 who have gone off track in life. Some of the concerns we treat include:
- Addiction and substance abuse
- Mental health disorders (anxiety, depression, ADHD, etc.)
- Self-harm and suicidal ideations
- Family conflict
- Entitlement issues
- Attachment issues
- Anger problems
- Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress
- Low self-esteem
- Delinquent behavior
- Excessive gaming or internet use
- Communication and relationship problems
Our goal is to help parents as much as their kids – we know that families want their best for their teens, and that means helping them make the right choices and work through their issues. With the right treatment, our program can awaken confidence, acceptance and responsibility in teens, setting the stage for a meaningful recovery experience that supports a productive, fulfilling life and healthier family dynamic.
The healing journey for your teen begins with a single phone call. If your child is struggling with mental illness or substance abuse, behavioral problems, delinquency or other concerns that signal something’s wrong, don’t hesitate to reach out for help. Our team is ready to help your teen get back on track and achieve a life of true recovery. Contact or call us today at 303-443-3343 to learn more about our programs and enrollment at Fire Mountain.(303) 443-3343
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