About Trails Carolina for Families in Virginia
About Trails Carolina for families in Virginia:
Is your child struggling and you don’t know where to turn? Have you tried traditional approaches and been unsuccessful? Do you want to get your child back on track and don’t know how to get them there?
Many Families considering the option of Wilderness Therapy in Virginia who are struggling with the stress troubled children find the solution they’re looking for at Trails Carolina wilderness therapy program. If you are one of these families Trails Carolina will change your child’s life and get them back on the right path.
Trails Carolina Therapeutic Wilderness Program is a program that helps struggling kids get back on track and learn how to apply themselves as well as recognize how to healthfully advocate for their needs. Trails Carolina has helped troubled children in Virginia that struggle in all areas.
Virginia Beach, Richmond, Norfolk, Williamsburg, Roanoke, Charlottesville, Alexandria, Chesapeake, Fredericksburg, Jamestown, Newport News, Manassas, Fairfax, Hampton
Who Does Trails Carolina Help?
Trails Carolina wilderness program works with young children from Virginia ranging from 10-13 years (youth) and 13-17 (adolescent). Our family focused, evidence based methods work well with:
- School refusal
- Family conflict
- Low self-esteem
- Social isolation
- Defiant behavior
- Gaming and technology obsession
- Substance abuse
- Attachment issues
- Manipulative behavior
- Poor academic achievement
- Learning differences
For additional information about Trails Carolina, our team, and the solution you’ve been looking for give us a call toll free at (800) 975-7303 or fill out a form to the right and we will get in touch with you.
Trails Carolina is currently licensed by the state of North Carolina as a residential treatment center. We are also a current candidate for Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) as well as a member of the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP).
I’m more accepting of the road ahead of me.
Audrey T., Student