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Tyler Ranch

Residential Treatment Center

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Location: Washington
Gender(s) Treated:Boys
Ages: 6-18
Cost: $2,500/mo.
Est. Total Cost: $37,500.00
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Overview of Tyler Ranch

Tyler Ranch is a residential treatment program for troubled teenage boys ages 6 to 18 who are struggling with self-esteem, academics, responsibility, anger, or defiance.

Tyler Ranch is located in Spokane, Washington, and was founded in 1978. Therapy is composed of many different parts such as individual, recreational, group, and family therapy.

Within the program a treatment plan is created for each boy to help redirect attention toward activities that encourage positive communication, constructive goals, and a positive self-image. The program involves a point system in which teens can earn privileges for good behavior. Students are assisted by feedback from staff and are given immediate training when needed.

The program is balanced by plenty of recreational therapy including snowboarding, rock climbing, and hiking.

Tyler Ranch has developed an educational program with the public school system that holds teens accountable for their work, helps them excel through study sessions, and provides as much one on one tutoring as needed.

Families have the opportunity to participate in regular family therapy with their teen and a counselor. Tyler Ranch also assists families in creating a smooth transition back to family life and ensuring that their teen has the support he needs when returning home.

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