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There are 8 comments on Mentoring Troubled Teens

  1. This article has been amazing, very well written, and definitely inspiring. It is nice to see that the BU community is doing their job to make the world a better place. If every student was like Posing, we could bring about a large change to our community. I hope to do the same and carry out a great tradition of hard work as a BU Alum.

  2. Addiction is very dangerous but becoming common problem in teens. Alcohol, drugs, smoking, chemical substances abuse are mostly found addictions in troubled teens. Treatment centers offer high quality and effective programs for teens that prevent addiction disorders. 

  3. There are many schools in country that offer high range of residential treatments for teens , in which they offer variety of treatment programs with homely environment. They also offer parent counseling programs which is very effective programs for the betterment of troubled teens.

  4. It is good that the community is helping troubled teens. Teenagers needs to guided with professional assistance which brings guaranteed results after any struggling teenagers programs.

  5. There are several great troubled teen schools that can help the MA Department of Youth Services. In Maine, there are some for-profit schools for troubled teens. The one I know of is:


    They have a great reputation and strong counselors that can really turn around the type of kids that are on the verge of making bad decisions.

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