The TeenPaths program is a non-profit organization whose sole purpose is to help families of troubled teens, struggling teens, defiant children, or out-of-control teens by helping them find a path for change. This program can help teens find the correct time-proven residential school, qualified program or alternative boarding academy. All of our promoted programs are specialized in helping teens deal with behavioral issues and social skills, as they focus on building successful relationships within the family. Many of our staff members have had teens in one of our programs, and are passionate about transferring their successful experience to your family.
Through the comprehensive and coordinated work of groups at the federal, state, and local levels, OJP’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) contributes to lowering teen crime and violence. OJJDP continues to strengthen the nation’s juvenile justice system, and supports early intervention prevention and programs that are changing the lives of teens and their communities. Other OJP components, including the Community Capacity Development Office, the Bureau of Justice Assistance, the Office for Victims of Crime, the National Institute of Justice, and they also provide programming information and research support for outreach to juveniles and their families.
This organization recognizes that people do not simply become parenting experts when their children are born the goal of Parenting Programs is to help every parent gain confidence in their parenting skills. The program honors parents’ natural strengths and aims to support all parents with in a judgment-free atmosphere. The programs top notch teachers have a wealth of knowledge to share; almost as much as the other parents who attend the classes.
This program recognizes that use of mood-altering chemicals during the teen years can have a huge effect on the teens normal development. They are also aware that avoiding long term effects the use of long term drug use should be avoided in these. In order to accomplish this, the Foundation has developed a treatment program for teen girls ages 13-18.
This site provides general information for providers that also gives quality information to Medicaid recipients on how they can utilize the services of Medicaid effectively
The Youth Dynamics or YDI program, is committed to helping Montana teens and children with mental health or behavioral issues. Their focus is on teens with severe emotional disturbance (SED) who are in most cases, are survivors of trauma and child abuse.