Student Profile for Elevations RTC


Elevations RTC, one of the top residential treatment centersserves teens of all genders ages 13 -17 who are struggling with a wide range of issues, whether it be mental, behavioral or academic issues.  Our team is full of highly experienced, trained and successful professionals who truly have a passion for helping teens and families in need.

Residential treatment centers offer help for teens struggling with a wide range of emotional issues that are not limited solely to any one disorder. Whether it be bipolar disorder, depression, or simply needing a break, bipolar treatment centers can provide your child with a chance to rediscover who they truly are.

Out of the many reasons to choose a residential treatment center for your child, perhaps the most important is the fact that residential treatment provides 24/7 professional support. A highly-trained, warm staff ensures that your child receives the best care possible during their Elevations adventure. At Elevations, your child is not simply another “patient” — they are a member of the family.

A stay at Elevations provides your child with an opportunity to experience numerous activities and make new friends, while embarking on their therapeutic journey. The skills learned and memories formed at Elevations last a lifetime.

Choosing a residential treatment center for your child can make the difference in helping them return to a healthy path. Although growing up can be hard, Elevations can make the transition into adulthood easier for the entire family. With the help of Elevations RTC, your child will be well-prepared to face the future.

At Elevations RTC, we strive to provide the best service to parents. If parents are in need of assistance arranging a transportation plan our team is available to help.

Steps to Get Help

Start the process of change:

  • Contact us
  • Complete Application
  • Determine Program Fit
  • Confirm Availability
  • Set Enrollment Date
  • Complete Enrollment Paperwork and Payment
  • Arrive. Start the Process of Change

Typical Students Struggle with:

  • Low Self-Esteem
  • Complex Clinical Issues
  • Family Issues
  • Mood Disorders
  • Defiance
  • Anger Outbursts
  • Anxiety
  • Self-Harming Behaviors
  • History of Trauma
  • Impaired daily Functioning
  • Identity Issues
  • Suicidal Ideation

  • Grief and Loss
  • Depression
  • Negative Relationships
  • Resistant to Treatment
  • Ongoing Psychiatric Support
  • ADHD
  • Academic Difficulties
  • History of Substance Use
  • Adoption/Attachment
  • Technology Addiction
  • Run Risk
  • Emotional Dysregulation


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– Possible biological and environmental factors
– Mixed and conflicting diagnoses to date
– Something wrong with “wiring”
– Might be lacking full developmental history

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– School suspension or refusal
– Alcohol, drug, and/or sexual experimentation
– Negatively impacting family dynamics
– Attention seeking and “annoying”

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– Socially immature
– Poor peer group or lacking in any interactions
– “Into the drama”
– Lacking self-regulation skills

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– Depression, low self-esteem
– Victim of bullying
– Lacking in motivation or goals
– Lying, deceitful

The 5 Peaks of Elevations