Our Teen Therapy Resource Blog provides parents with the information and advice they need to cope and deal with the issues that arise from raising a troubled teen. We know how difficult the decision to enroll your son can be, but we want you to feel comfortable knowing that Ozarks Teen Challenge is a Christ-centered teen program with a heart to introduce your son to the life-changing power of a personal relationship with Christ.

Take a moment to browse our blog and learn more about the heart and mission of our staff as well as our 5 phase system, read about the different aspects of our teen therapy program including discipleship and mentoring, wilderness therapy, or learn about family support and the dangers of enabling. We hope you find our resource blog both informative and engaging as you navigate the ins and outs of our teen therapy program.

Whether you have a friend struggling to find a solution to help her troubled teen or you’re searching for a therapeutic boarding school to help your son, you’ll find all the information you need and much more on our Teen Therapy Resource Blog.

Still can’t find what you’re looking for? Give us a call today to talk to a member of our staff. We would love to answer any questions you may have and look forward to hearing from you.


Worried About Your Troubled Teen? 5 Ways to Keep an Eye on Them

The problems and temptations facing today’s youth are quite different from the challenges faced by past generations. Drug and alcohol use are more prevalent, there is pressure to live up to images in both the media and on social media, and the pressure from peers to fit in is as...

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Warning Signs Of Addiction

Addiction is a thief of joy. Teenagers are sometimes more susceptible to trying drugs and alcohol because of their age, surroundings, and influences. As parents and caregivers, it’s important to keep an eye on some signs that your child may be addicted or on their way to being addicted to...

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Rebuilding Trust

Rebuilding trust in relationships is a simple process, but not an easy one. Someone suffering from an addiction or uncontrollable behavior must build that trust from the very bottom and work their way up to the top. Think of rebuilding trust as a house. This house needs a foundation, floors,...

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Dealing with Peer Pressure

It’s inevitable that your teen will probably face peer pressure at some point in their life. When this happens, they’ll be much more confident resisting if you provide them with the advice and tools they need to say no and walk away. Peer pressure isn’t always the reason for someone’s...

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Why It’s Important to Not Get Discouraged

Watching your teen struggle with addiction can be one of the hardest experiences a parent can have. Whether your teen is in the midst of their addiction, going through rehab, or relapsing, it can be easy to get discouraged. This isn’t the time to be discouraged though. Instead, maintaining positivity,...

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Drug Abuse and Mental Health

Addiction is hard enough to deal with on its own. Adding another mental health issue to the mix just makes things more complicated. Addiction in and of itself is a mental health disorder, but it’s closely linked to other Currently, both pharmacological and psychotherapy have proven efficacy in the treatment...

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Ways to Prevent a Relapse

How to Prevent Relapsing For an addict, the battle against addiction continues long after rehab. An addict is always in danger of relapsing. In fact, many addicts who go to rehab are going because of a relapse. Sometimes, a person will have to go through rehab several times. This can...

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When Should You Stage an Intervention?

Is It Time for an Intervention? Sometimes, a loved one struggling with addiction doesn’t know how badly they’re hurting the people around them. They probably don’t even realize how destructive the habit is to their own life. Unfortunately, it’s extremely difficult for an addict to get better if they don’t...

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