Residential Treatment Center

Compass Rose Academy’s residential program provides teenage girls ages 14-18 in crisis with guidance, structure and a new, more purposeful, direction. The general goal for teen girls enrolled in our school is to build emotional strength, develop and hone various skills and improve family functioning.

Our faith-centric residential treatment center provides both physical and emotional security to girls who are suffering from problems with school, home or family. The program is ideally suited for teenage girls struggling with problems such as abuse recovery, depression, identity or body image issues, conflicts with peers or authority, social isolation or rejection, mild self-harm and school problems.

Compass Rose offers a safe, positive and nurturing environment where teen girls are free to heal, mature and learn to love again. The program also delivers solace to families who are forced to make the very difficult decision to remove their children from their current situations in order to get the help they need.

Compass Rose is a nine- to 12-month program managed by experienced professionals who provide students with counseling, teaching and other relationship-building activities involving leadership and teamwork. A key goal of the Compass Rose Academy is for students to leave with their eyes opened to their own value, worth and dignity.

If you or someone you know may be interested in Compass Rose for a teenage girl between the ages of 14 and 18, please complete the form below so that we can provide you with more information by email or phone.