Day Treatment
This is a treatment style in which an individual will attend therapy during the day and return home at night instead of staying at the facility.
Deception
When a person deliberately misleads someone. Often those engaging in substance abuse will try to employ deception to hide their actions from those around them.
Developmental Disorders
These are disorders that impact the mental and physical development of an individual. Often, these result in serious psychological issues.
Drama Therapy
A type of treatment that uses elements of dramatic performance to help individuals deal with mental health problems.
Drug abuse

/Drug/ /a·buse/
n.noun

Drug abuse is defined as the habitual taking of addictive or illegal drugs. Once considered as a taboo, drug use and abuse is now a rising dangerous and fatal epidemic that affects the entire nation. Drug abuse has made it's way into our youth's pop culture and has destroyed the lives of countless teens. Hard drugs such as, cocaine, heroin, ecstasy, ketamine and methamphetamine are becoming increasingly more popular among teens.

Teens, who participate in drug abuse, are unaware of the long lasting effects and consequences that drug abuse brings. Teens who abuse harmful substances generally have the mindset of " I'm just having fun, I'm not an addict." Drug abusing teens feel as though they are simply participating in a phase of their life where it is acceptable to 'experiment' and they can quit whenever they choose to. This, however is hardly ever the case. Teens who abuse drugs as adolescents are only preparing to live the life of a drug addicted adult.

If teens, who abuse drugs, don't receive proper treatment, their lives will eminently deteriorate and fall to shambles. Not receiving proper rehabilitative treatment will exponentially increase a drug addicted teen's chances of dying at an early age. Parents can trust in the services of residential treatment for rehabilitating their addicted child.