Therapeutic Boarding Schools in North Carolina

(3 Schools)

Featured North Carolina Therapeutic Schools

Wolf Creek Academy

North Carolina

Wolf Creek Academy is a therapeutic boarding school for girls and boys with behavioral or emotional problems.WCA is located in...   > > Continued

Type(s): Coed, High School, Junior High School, Religious

Other North Carolina Therapeutic Schools

Therapeutic boarding schools in North Carolina are specialized institutions designed to provide education alongside therapeutic support for adolescents with emotional, behavioral, or mental health issues. These North Carolina schools combine academic curricula with comprehensive therapy programs, including individual and group counseling, to address the specific needs of students. The supportive environment helps students from North Carolina and other states develop coping mechanisms, improve social skills, and enhance their emotional well-being. The goal of therapeutic boarding schools in North Carolina is to foster personal growth and academic success through structured routines, therapeutic interventions, and a nurturing community, making them a resource for North Carolina families seeking holistic support for their children's challenges.

Children’s Hope Alliance

North Carolina

Children’s Hope Alliance is the combination of Barium Springs and Grandfather Home for Children joining forces to serve children and...   > > Continued

Type(s): Coed, High School, Junior High School, Pre-Teen

CooperRiis

North Carolina

The first stage of recovery requires combatting hopelessness. CooperRiis provides a special place for people who should feel special. Data...   > > Continued

Type(s): Coed, Licensed

North Carolina Therapeutic Boarding Schools

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services operates the Division of Health Service Regulation, which uses the Mental Health Licensure & Certification Section to license and regulate 24-hour residential programs in the state.

Accreditation is optional for private schools in North Carolina and are not subject to rules and regulations established by the North Carolina Department of Education except for fire, safety, sanitation and immunization standards. Private schools in North Carolina are not required to hire certified teachers and there are no curriculum requirements. North Carolina private schools are required to administer national standardized tests in certain grades and test results must be made available. Residential programs in the state of North Carolina are regulated by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services at https://ncdhhs.gov which can be reached at 1-919-855-4800. The Attorney General in North Carolina is found in the North Carolina Department of Justice at https://ncdoj.gov which can be reached at 1-919-716-6400. The department that regulates education in North Carolina is the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction at https://dpi.nc.gov which can be reached at 1-919-807-3300. The five largest cities in North Carolina are Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Durham, and Winston-Salem.

Free 24/7 Assistance In Finding The
Right Program Or School Options

Call Toll-Free: 888-964-3654

(Inquiries by Parents/Guardians Only)

Should you need help finding therapeutic boys ranches, schools for troubled teenagers, boys homes, or troubled teen schools, please let us know. The best therapeutic programs and schools provide treatment for troubled teenage boys. This site includes a list of best therapeutic boarding schools for boys, best residential treatment programs for teens, best wilderness programs for boys, outdoor therapeutic and adventure therapy programs for boys, and programs working with troubled teens. These and other therapeutic boarding schools for boys and behavioral therapy schools help turn around troubled teens. Learn also whether military boarding schools are still a choice today.

MENU