Michigan Troubled Teens in Need of Substance Abuse Rehabilitation

Are you tired of trying to deal with substance abuse alone? Cedar Ridge Academy is here to help. We offer a safe and unique program for teens who are struggling with substance abuse. Through Shotokan Karate, we teach teens about self-control. They learn about respect, for themselves as well as for others, and about confidence. Our method also targets any underlying issue that was the cause of their addictions. We take the negativity and turn it into a positive and constructive force. Our methods have, time and time again, been proven successful.

Let us show you a different way.

You can either continue down a destructive path, or you can get the help you need. Cedar Ridge Academy believes we can offer that help, and more importantly, we want to help you and your family. Call one of our expert representatives today and let them answer any questions you might have. Call today at 866-471-6624.

Substance abuse programs for trouble teens from Michigan.

There are a lot of substance abuse rehabilitation programs out there for troubled teens, so much so that it can be difficult to pick the right one. Cedar Ridge Academy wants to make that choice easier. We offer a unique treatment program that has proved successful over the years. We use Shotokan Karate, and through it we teach troubled teens about respect, self-control, and confidence. Throughout the program we target the underlying issues of their addictions, we give them the tools to overcome life's obstacles, and put them on the path to living a drug and alcohol free life.

Let our success be your success.

Instead of feeling frustrated and alone, let us help you and your family. We know you have questions, so call us today and speak with one of our admission specialist to find out if Cedar Ridge Academy is the answer you've been looking for. Call us at 866-471-6624.

 

It’s important to let your teen know that anytime he or she starts to use abusive or violent behavior that you will immediately separate from him or her, and that you will not talk or engage again until he or she is calm and respectful. Let them know you will call 911 if there’s any physical violence and be prepared to follow through.

Be specific with your teen about what abusive behavior is that will force you to separate yourself from him. It could be any physical violence or aggression with family members, property or pets, yelling or screaming at people, wearing at people, name calling or hurtful words, and any threatening behavior.