This guide will help you find a therapeutic boarding school in Washington, Oregon, or Idaho for your child or teen. This listing will help you see what schools are near you and a quick overview of each. Find a school that will provide for your child’s needs and move him or her into a successful future.
If none of these schools seem like a good fit for you or you are looking for schools in a different area, try checking out our complete listing of therapeutic boarding schools by state. If you are unsure if a therapeutic boarding school is right for your child, or you need help deciding from between different options, consider reading our guide on therapeutic boarding schools and how to choose the best one for your youth.
- Washington Boarding Schools with Therapy
- Oregon Therapeutic Boarding Schools
- Idaho Boarding Schools with Therapeutic Programs
Listings are for information purposes and do not imply a recommendation.
Washington Boarding Schools with Therapy
This is a list of therapeutic boarding schools in Washington.
Excelsior Integrated Care Center in Spokane
The Excelsior Integrated Care Center is a part of Excelsior Wellness and provides a number of outpatient and inpatient programs for children and teens. Specifically they provide the LifePoint coeducational program for youth ages 17 – 21. This program is designed to support young adults in their pursuits of wellness and independent community-based living. The program offers recreational activities like visiting the movies or arcades, and also offers a number of amenities.
Penrith Farms in Newport
Penrith Farms is a Failure to Launch Program for young adults, both male and female. Located on 320 acres of timber and farmland in Eastern Washington, the program is designed to help young adults transition to adulthood. Here students will learn how to live as adults by living and working with their peers communally. The main goals of the program is to strengthen communication, cooperation and completion.
You can contact Penrith Farm through their website or by calling 509-447-0665
Secret Harbor in Burlington
Secret Harbor provides help for children and families through a number of support services, such as support for foster families, in-home support, and a residential program. Secret Harbors residential treatment is for young men and boys who have experienced significant trauma due to abuse or neglect, and they have usually been in multiple unsuccessful placements. The program works with these young men to help them develop strategies and interventions to use in their homes, schools, and in the communities.
You can find more information about Secret Harbor and their residential treatment program by checking out their website or by calling 360-755-5700
Oregon Therapeutic Boarding Schools
Below you will find a listing of structured rehabilitation schools that can be found in the state of Oregon.
Click here for a list of Christian Boarding Schools in Oregon.
Academy at Sisters in Bend
The Academy at Sisters empowers young women to find wholeness and achieve academic excellence. This boarding school for girls ages 13-18 provides a wide range of therapy options, include equine therapy. Contact the school through their website or by calling 800-910-0412.
New Leaf Academy in Bend
New Leaf Academy is a therapeutic boarding school for girls ages 10 to 15. The program addresses five areas of competency supporting girls to become competent and successful. These five areas are Life Skills, Emotion Regulation, Healthy Relationships, Academics and Self Development. New Leaf will work with you and your family to help your daughter reach a place where she can return to home life.
Contact New Leaf Academy by checking out their website or by calling 877-820-5050
Idaho Boarding Schools with Therapeutic Programs
Here is a listing of therapeutic boarding schools in Idaho.
Boulder Creek Academy in Bonners Ferry
Founded in 1993, Boulder Creek Academy remains a trusted name among therapeutic boarding schools. Serving ages 13 through 18, they weave coeducational and fully accredited academics into a relationship-based therapy program that welcomes struggling students. Each day students will practice social skills, exhibit leadership qualities, benefit from therapeutic learning and simply have fun.
Find out more about Boulder Creek Academy and the admissions process by checking out their website or by calling 877-348-0848.
Idaho Youth Ranch in Caldwell
The Idaho Youth Ranch is centered around Equine therapy for youth, meaning the youth work with horses as a central part of their treatment. Children and youth will be able to develop connections with the horses and interactions with them can be powerfully transformative. These programs can help with youth and children struggling with depression, anxiety, impulsivity, defiance, and more.
The Idaho Youth Ranch offers a co-ed residential structured care program for young people ages 9 through 24, alongside multiple outpatient programs. These services are provided at a few different locations across the state. They also offer a TeleMental Health virtual therapy program.
You can learn more about the services offered by Idaho Youth Ranch by visiting their website or by calling 208-947-0863.
Northwest Children’s Home in Lewiston
The Northwest Children’s Home offers a number of residential programs for children ages 11-17, one for boys and one for girls. Both programs provide individualized therapeutic residential care for teenage boys and girls with a need for a higher level of support and care. The programs use attachment theory and implement Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT). The programs also prepare students academically to transition back to their home districts.
Northwest Children’s Home also offers the Triumph House, a residential co-ed living program for young adults ages 16 to 21. This program is designed for youth who have either graduated residential care programs or have exhibited behaviors to step down to a lower level of care and begin the transition to the independence process.
You can learn about all of the different programs provided by the Northwest Children’s Home on their website or by calling 208-743-9404
By using this listing, you will find the schools that can provide the structure, treatment, and care that your child or teen needs. Be sure to reach out to the school of your choosing by checking out their website or by calling and find the necessary treatment your child needs to help them into their future.
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