Venture Academy’s Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program for troubled teens in Canada provides substance use treatment, counselling, and educational support services to male and female teens ages 13-18 who are experiencing difficulties managing their lives due to alcohol or drug use as a contributing factor to the overall problem.
Typically, Venture Academy’s Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program helps teens who may have a history of substance abuse and related issues such as family difficulties, school suspensions, negative peer relationships, clinically diagnosed disorders such as ADD, ODD, and other significant behavioural challenges.
Our goal is to help youth eliminate substance use so that they can lead healthy, productive lives and make positive choices that do not include drug and alcohol use.
Venture Academy provides the resources and opportunities to help teens overcome substance abuse and prepare them to become confident, responsible, and successful individuals of character.
Why Venture Academy’s Drug and Alcohol Residential Treatment Program?
- Immediate Response – We accommodate client admissions at the earliest possible date. Typically no wait lists. Your child is immediately off drugs.
- Individual Placements – Minimized exposure to other youth who may have similar or more serious behaviour problems or drug problems.
- Customized Services – Individually developed treatment plans to address “client specific” needs.
- Impact – Individual therapy and substance use counselling with approaches resulting in closer, more therapeutic relationships with our counsellors and improved relationship with parents.
- Results – Our supported residences are located in real communities, which is essential for skill transference. No transition from an isolated or artificial environment triggering a relapse.
- Accountability – We track and measure outcomes in order to remain accountable and prove client achievement.
- Confidential – Your son or daughter’s enrolment in Venture Academy is your business. No government involvement required.
Our residential treatment programs for troubled teens are typically chosen by parents as an alternative to boot camps for boys or boarding schools for girls in Canada.