Elk Mountain Academy for Girls - Idaho – Residential treatment center with behavior, academic & trauma recovery for girls ages 13-17. Safe and secure, with top therapy/academics.

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Residential Treatment Center for Girls
Elk Mountain Academy offers affordable, expert treatment for life-controlling issues and disorders in girls, including: attachment disorders, attention deficit, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, self-destructive or antisocial behavior behavior, and issues involved with adoption.
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Affordable Clinical Residential Treatment Center for Girls in Crisis

Helping Troubled Girls from Across America for A Quarter Century

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Helping Girls Find a Better Path in Life

troubled teen boarding schooltherapeuticElk Mountain Academy is a Joint Commission and CARF accredited residential treatment center designed to help young women solve difficult emotional issues such as: attachment disorders, attention deficit, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, self-destructive or antisocial behavior, and issues involved with their adoption. We can help your daughter get past her emotional struggles and trauma, as we have done for so                                 many others. Please inquire online or call us.

Accepted by insurance providers

Elk Mountain is far less expensive, and your insurance may cover part of our fees. We work with a number of insurance providers.

  • We Treat Self-Harm Behavior

    Cutting, burning, ripping off scabs, pulling out hairs, skin scratching, head banging, are all self-injury behavior. Self-injury is a coping mechanism to manage overwhelming emotional pain, feelings of anger, sadness, and emptiness. Self-injury is addictive as it releases the body’s beta-endorphins, giving the girl a general feeling of well being.

  • We Treat Trauma from Physical & Sexual Abuse

    Physical abuse is any act that results in physical injury to a child or adolescent, even if the injury was unintentional. Physical abuse often results from physical punishment that goes too far or when a parent or caregiver lashes out in anger, leaving long lasting emotional trauma.

  • We Treat Reactive Attachment Disorders

    Reactive Attachment Disorder begins before the age of five and often happens with adopted children. The girl may respond to caregivers with a mixture of approach, avoidance, and resist their comforting or may exhibit frozen watchfulness. On the other hand, she may also be excessively familiar with strangers. The parent-child relationship is not normal.

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