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Introducing Cayman's House of Hope

Cayman’s House of Hope is a faith-based nonprofit boarding school designed for boys that are defiant, disrespectful, dealing with truancy, anger issues, drug/alcohol experimentation, ADD, ADHD, ODD and mild depression.

It is a small 26-bed facility with a 1:6 staff to student ratio. The boarding school offers the comforts of home with a structured atmosphere where troubled teenage boys can focus on personal growth and family restoration.

Each of the staff is trained in CPI, First Aid, CPR, Level 1 Medical Aid, and all have passed an extensive background check. Our staff are highly trained in Trauma Informed Care.

The 9-18 month residential program is designed to provide troubled boys with the tools and training top help them become productive members of society. We help boys that are having difficulty with a wide variety of emotional and behavioral. We teach them the intrinsic values of respect, good work and discipline. Individual therapy, group therapy, and family therapy are all provided.

 

Should you need help finding troubled teen schools, schools for troubled teens, or troubled teen schools, please let us know.

If you are searching for boys homes, troubled teen schools or troubled teen boarding schools for boys, this is the place. Homes for troubled teenage boys and boarding schools for boys don’t typically offer teen counseling and therapy for behavioral disorders and misbehavior, but we do.Among the top therapeutic schools for boys, our therapeutic boarding schools provide professional counseling. Our residential treatment center is one of few residential treatment centers and residential schools for teens that is affordable. While this program is not a military school, military schools are often a parent’s first thought when their boy is in trouble. Military schools can change teen behavior temporarily (out of fear), but lasting change rarely happens. Military high schools rarely enroll troubled teens, and while they can change a boy’s actions, they do not change hearts and minds. Intimidation is the main motivation for change at military schools, not therapy, counseling nor spiritual renewal, so military schools fail to uncover and work on the core issues of why a boy is misbehaving or self-destructing. For a troubled boy, rather than seeking military schools, better and longer lasting help can be found from programs like this one.