Teen Help Advice: New Website with Priceless Help for Your At-Risk Teen

Get sound, objective help for your teen.
Recently launched yet has helped over 30,000 families, www.TeenHelpAdvice.com offers over 25+ years of combined experience in the big business of teen help schools and programs.

Offering sound and objective advice, the Teen Help Advisors are experts in the "business" of the teen help industry.  The good, the bad and the ugly.  Many parents are duped on a daily basis when they have reached their wit's end.  They are feeling desperate - alone - and hopeless.

No more!  We have been there - I have been duped, my teen was abused and I am determined that this doesn't happen to other parents as they believe they are getting help.

The questionable decision to hire an Educational Consultant (EC) can be answered very quickly.

Just yesterday (and many times prior) I hear from parents that have spent at least $2500 to as much as $5000.00 for the services of an Educational Consultant.  Yesterday this desperate mother, located in the Northeast, hired an EC months ago for her troubled teenage daughter.  It was determine she needed a smaller program and the EC said that Utah was the only place - there weren't any options on the East Coast!  Now she is broke and her daughter still needs help.

Seriously?  There are options, but these options won't play politics in the Educational Consultant industry.  So they are cut off from parents that are on the East Coast that hire EC's and these parents honestly don't know any better.

Even on the West Coast - this happens.  The same programs are rotated through the EC Shuffled - and very likely you are spending an additional $15K-20K on a Wilderness program first.  Their philosophy - they need to break your teen down!  Isn't your teen already broken?  Why not start and finish at the same program?  Why put your teen through changing therapists and their peer support groups - not to mention their structure?  Don't our teens need some positive consistency?

YES - they do.

Contact www.TeenHelpAdvice.com to learn more. 

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