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Our Message to
Parents of Troubled Boys

 

You are not alone and we can help! If your son is self-destructing: lying, skipping classes, defying authority, depressed, angry, abusing drugs and alcohol, hanging out with the wrong kids, he is most likely struggling at home and at school, resulting in troubling behavior. Contact us because we can help you.

 

If your troubled teen is acting out, emotionally immature, making one poor choice after another, we have the solution. Its as simple as this: speak with some of our former or current families and find out exactly how effective we are. We will help you to contact our former or current students and/or families and we encourage you to listen to their stories of success and restoration.

 

If you are a parent needing help with your troubled teen, please take action now and give us a call at 1-855-587-1416. Our goal is to provide parents of troubled teens with therapeutic support and academic services to help their struggling boy.

 

At Liahona Treatment Center, we believe that some troubled boys need to be removed from their current environment (removed from negative friends and poor influences). Sometimes a clean break and a fresh start is needed to receive help. We have found that some troubled boys cannot progress or improve without a total break and fresh start.

Assess your
struggling teen's behavior
  How do I know if my child needs a Residential Treatment Center for troubled boys? Are you unsure or unaware of the signs and symptoms of troubled teens? Let us help you assess and verify your child's specific situation. Allow our professional Admissions Counselors to help you determine the best course for your family.
troubled teens behavior
we help with
 
  • Problems at home (lying, defiant toward parental authority)
  • Poor Academic performance (skipping class, poor grades, missing credits)
  • Behavioral or emotional issues (anger outbursts, isolated, withdrawn, anxious, shutdown)
  • Substance Abuse or Addictions
  • ADD/ ADHD
  • Depression
  • Threatening suicide
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Parent Testimonials
Susan P
from Tennessee
It is not an easy decision for a parent to place a child in someone else’s care and custody. After conducting two weeks of personal research, I chose Liahona as the best facility for my son’s needs.
I recommend Liahona Academy and Clay AhQuin to any parent struggling with a troubled teen. They are honest and sincerely concerned about the boys in their program. The staff are the most compassionate and caring people. Thank you for everything you did!
Kenny G
Former Governor of Nevada
Gloria
from Texas
I quickly chose Liahona Academy, for the following reasons:1) it was an all boys school, 2) the program runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 3) the location was distant from the bad influences, and 4) with my son being cared for properly.
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Liahona Treatment Center
Hurricane "East" Campus
385 West 600 North,
Hurricane, UT 84737
Hurricane "West" Campus
325 West 600 North,
Hurricane, UT 84737
Corporate Offices
144 East 2580 South Cir
St. George, UT 84790
Requests for School Transcripts
(435) 635-0920 - fax
marsha@liahonaacademy.com
Employment Applications and Questions
(435) 656-2227
jade@liahonaacademy.com
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