Adventure-Based Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Center for Teenage Boys — Teen Challenge Adventure Ranch was the first Teen Challenge rehab for teenage boys. It remains a highly staffed, practical, progressive addiction recovery program for boys. While recovering from drugs or alcohol, your boy will continue his education and catch up on or retake educational credits to improve his grades.
Teen Challenge Adventure Ranch is a LegitScript Certified licensed addiction and behavioral recovery facility. It is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). The energetic addiction therapists here encourage the boys to apply appropriate solutions to addiction and other life problems. They endeavor to help troubled boys become mentally sound and drug-free for a lifetime, not just for the short time they are on campus.
If nothing else is working for your boy today, and he is involved in substance abuse, enrolling him in this residential program will help him before he becomes an out-of-control and addicted adult. Our program uses adventure and outings in the wilderness to help provide an atmosphere for change.
Teen Challenge Adventure Ranch is designed to help your boy when:
Teen addiction recovery services and licensed drug and alcohol addiction counseling are a regular part of this program’s recovery since misbehavior and substance abuse usually go hand in hand. Multiple outcomes studies have proven that this program’s recovery rate and long-term success rate tops the substance abuse recovery industry.
These insurance carriers and others will cover much of the cost:
Teen Challenge Adventure Ranch has a 31-acre campus surrounding the beautiful Ozark Mountains.
Rehab for teenage boys with affordable substance recovery and addiction recovery for adolescent boys in and around Northwest Arkansas, including Fayetteville, Rogers, and Springdale in Washington and Benton Counties, Fort Smith in Sebastian County, Tahlequah in Cherokee County, Van Buren and Alma in Crawford County, Sallisaw in Sequoyah County, and Muskogee and Clarksville in Johnson County.