If you've reached the end of your rope, you need Northwest Behavioral Healthcare Services
When the arguments, the betrayals, the sleepless nights, the attitude get to be too much, Northwest is here for you. With seasoned, skilled staff who care, Northwest has become a leader in dealing with the serious problems your child is facing. Our unique treatment program can put the pieces of your child's life - and your family back together.
Northwest's consistently high success rate in healing troubled children is your best hope. Our proven methodology will provide your child with a path of self-discovery combined with loving guidance, support, and discipline. We will empower and motivate your child to take responsibility for their actions and thereby improve their lives emotionally, socially and academically.
Your role is integral - parents participate frequently in family therapy and after-care. Attending and celebrating their progress through our levels will become very important to your child. Our families frequently network to support each other while their children are at Northwest.
Your child's success begins simply - you as a parent must make the first step towards treatment. Reading about our philosophy, our staff, and our program is your initial step. Northwest will work to return to you a more responsible, more respectful, more mature child.
The decision to put your child in a residential treatment program can be scary - but not as frightening as the consequences of leaving unacceptable behavior unchecked. Northwest is a recognized leader in youth services. It was founded to provide treatment to adolescents experiencing emotional, behavioral, and addictions problems. Operating on a year-round basis, our program helps children develop positively by providing therapy and education in a structured environment. The atmosphere is well disciplined, nurturing, optimistic, and conducive to bringing out the fullest potential of each young person. Counseling and caring are interrelated as your child builds self-confidence, problem solving skills, and personal responsibility. But the healing doesn't end with your child - parental involvement is a key to our success.