Youth Residential Treatment Centers From New Mexico

~clientshort~: at-risk adolescent boy from New Mexico wanting help from adventure therapy program for troubled teenagersWinGate is a premier Treatment Center that offers help for teens from New Mexico in need of treatment for behavioral, emotional and mental health concerns through our Treatment Center. We receive referrals from Residential Treatment Centers all over the country. Our goal is to guide troubled teenagers in overcoming their substance abuse and addiction problems so they can start a new life of sobriety. Though WinGate may be located outside of New Mexico, we enroll teens from any state in the US.

Although WinGate is not a Residential Treatment Center, we provide many of the same services, only in an outdoor setting. Our Wilderness Therapy Program takes struggling adolescents away from their peers in New Mexico and places them in the beautiful surroundings of the outdoors. With no outside distractions, teens can focus fully on recovery and changing their negative behaviors into positive ones.

Many parents have a difficult time fully understanding the issues their teen is facing. Depression, addictions, behavioral concerns, failure in school, and sexual promiscuity are often complicated by underlying mental health concerns. We work to address what is causing the behavior and then focus on gaining insight into helping adolescents change their habits.

We have found the best approach to bringing positive, lasting changes in a teen’s life is through honor, respect, and understanding, rather than confrontation. With the beautiful surroundings of nature, we nurture teens from New Mexico, and help them identify and focus on their strengths.

Parents who are searching for Treatment Centers for their troubled teenager should contact our WinGate representatives to learn how the outdoors can completely change a struggling teen’s perspective in life.

We are here to offer guidance, understanding and help so parents of teens in New Mexico can decide if our Wilderness Therapy Program will be right for their child. Call WinGate Wilderness Therapy at (800) 560-1599 and speak with one of our consultants today!

Substance Abuse Treatment Center for Teens From New Mexico

WinGate is a Wilderness Therapy Program for teens from New Mexico who are dealing with all types of addictions, behaviors, and mental health concerns. Through our Substance Abuse Treatment Program, teens can learn the valuable skills they WinGate: happy adolescent from New Mexico feeling upbeat at WinGate's adventure therapy programmust have for lifetime sobriety. Our adventure therapy program is a proudly affiliated member of the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs.

Frequently, adolescents become embroiled in pressures from their peers to try drugs and alcohol. At first, they may agree simply because they want to be accepted. Unfortunately, it does not take long for a teen to become addicted which further complicates any mental or emotional health issues they may be suffering from.

Through our Treatment Center, we instruct teens in New Mexico on gaining perspective on their substance abuse and addiction. We give them the key tools they need to embrace so they can live a sober life even when they return to New Mexico. Wilderness Therapy has been proven successful in treating troubled adolescents because it allows them the unique opportunity of getting away from it all and simply focusing on turning their lives around.

Parents are amazed as they watch their teen from New Mexico transform. As teens progress through our program, they soon learn they have the inner strength to face life’s challenges without succumbing to the defeatist behaviors that have held them back in the past. Suddenly, their eyes are opened, and they realize they can achieve their goals and live a sober life with meaning and purpose.

WinGate gives hope to the hopeless and challenges struggling teens from New Mexico to rise above their current issues and embrace learning new skills and nurturing new relationships. As they work with their peers and therapeutic staff, strong bonds are formed that help to strengthen the changes taking place in their life.

Adventure Therapy Program

WinGate offers Adventure Therapy through our Wilderness Therapy Program for teens in New Mexico. Based on the philosophies of the Arbinger Institute, we focus on identifying strengths and helping teens from New Mexico to understand there are natural consequences for every decision they make, whether positive or negative. Through our Adventure WinGate Wilderness Therapy: teenager boy from New Mexico undergoing transformation at WinGate's adventure therapy programTherapy Program, adolescents can overcome their substance abuse and addiction, so they are ready to set course on their new sober life.

WinGate’s Adventure Therapy Program allows teens from New Mexico to work side by side with their peers and therapeutic staff to reach their goals. The relationships they foster during treatment enable them to learn effective and appropriate communication skills.

Through our wilderness therapy program, teens can learn survival skills while being surrounded by the immense and calming beauty of nature. The adolescents that go through our program suffer from addictions and mental health issues that are holding them back from living a healthy and fulfilling life. Unfortunately, teens can become addicted to many drugs, both legal and illegal which often stems from substance abuse.

While in our program, teens are not exposed to cell phones, computers, social media, television or video games. They are truly able to clear their minds and gain a greater level of focus and understanding. The outdoors offers a natural openness that allows teenagers to feel comfortable sharing their thoughts, fears and issues with their peers and their therapeutic staff members. Through both individual and group therapy, teens in New Mexico begin to transform their mind and body.

Parents of adolescents in New Mexico are urged to contact one of our counselors who are standing by to help. We are here to offer help to those parents who feel there is no hope. Allow us to shine a light on the issues teens are facing so we can help parents make informed decisions for their child’s treatment.

Contact WinGate Wilderness Therapy at (800) 560-1599 today!

 National Resources for Parents and Teens

Mental Health America (MHA) – The purpose of this organization is to work for the mental health, wellness and victory over substance use and mental conditions through developing a coordinated citizens’ voluntary movement. They advocate for the improved treatment and care of people with addiction and mental conditions, and also advocate for improved methods in prevention, research, diagnosis, detection and treatment of substance use and mental conditions.

 

Resources for Parents in New Mexico:

New Mexico Department of Health (Behavioral Health Institute) - NMBHI is made up of five clinical departments, and serves a widespread variety of public needs. NMBHI maintains its purpose to promote both health and wellness while improving health outcomes and securing a "safety net" of services for the people of New Mexico.

New Mexico Human Services Department (Behavioral Health Division) - The principal role of the Behavioral Health Services Division (BHSD) is to assist as New Mexico's mental health and substance abuse authority.
BHSD achieves this by not only decreasing the influence of poverty on citizens living in New Mexico, but also by implementing care services that help families with breaking the cycle of dependence on public assistance. BHSD's multi-functional purpose is to address the local needs, community planning, health services, and quality control across the state systemically.

Daily Advice For Parents:

If children grow up with the idea that they can make decisions to create a life that works for them, the critical process of identity-building is underway. But if you continually intervene, run interference for them, and deny them the opportunity to decide personal preferences your kids can’t grow into adulthood being comfortable and separate human beings.

Some tips to help your teen or young adult understand the relationship between an honest day’s work and an honest day’s pay would be to talk about money, talk about the importance of taking care of needs first, not wants, then show them what you do at work and how you make the money.