Residential Treatment Centers | Troubled Teens | Pennsylvania
Residential treatment centers for troubled teens in Pennsylvania offer a secure, drug and alcohol-free atmosphere. Students can confront their drug addiction and underlying issues in a safe environment, under the guidance of trained and certified staff. Pennsylvania residential treatment centers can provide several different programs which include basic services such as psychiatric care, individual and group counseling and daily 12 step meetings.
Sunset Bay Academy can help guide parents that are considering Pennsylvania residential treatment centers for troubled teens. By calling one of our experienced family advocates at 1 (800) 724-2147, parents can get the help and answers they need. We have served hundreds of families and struggling teens and are prepared to help you through this difficult time.
Residential treatment centers for teen boys and teen girls can offer positive peer problem solving and discussion, a positive and supportive environment, and a positive educational experience. Sunset Bay Academy is one such palce. Where students feel free to work through their negative issues and family can feel free to restore their son or daughter.
Our campus is located on the Coast of the Pacific Ocean, an ideal place for healing and family restoration. At SBA students learn to push through the hard issues and move forward in a new and positve way. Sunset Bay Academy can offer excellent alternatives to Pennsylvania residential treatment centers all together. By calling 1 (800) 724-2147 parents of struggling adolescents can find out what our program has to offer your child. Let us take up some of the stress by answering the many questions you have.
Cities in Pensylvania that have been served by Sunset Bay Academy
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Erie, Upper Darby, Reading, Scranton, Bethlehem, Lower Merion, Lancaster, Bensalem, Levittown, Altoona, Harrisburg, Penn Hills, Wilkes-Barre, York, Chester, Bethel Park, Mount Lebanon, Ross Township, Norristown, Radnor, Williamsport, Shaler Township, Drexel Hill and Monroeville.