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Residential Treatment Centers in Spokane, Washington

Residential Treatment Centers in Spokane, WashingtonResidential Treatment Centers in Spokane, Washington Offer Treatment to Girls Suffering from Emotional Distress, Eating Disorders, Attachment Disorders, and Self-Harm.

Clearview Horizon is such a residential treatment center, run by experienced psychotherapists who help troubled girls who are struggling with life. We care for 20 girls in a gorgeous log home style mountainside facility that was once a prestigious corporate hunting lodge. Our personnel includes a psychiatric specialist, a primary care physician, a dentist, and licensed psychotherapists as well as teachers, mentors and residential care staff.

Residential Treatment Centers in Spokane, Washington

While not found in Spokane, Washington, we hope you will take a look at Clearview, because it is much more reasonably priced than residential treatment centers in Washington.   Clearview  is located in the awesome mountains surrounding the year-round resort town of Sandpoint, Idaho. Girls attend from every state, including from Washington. Enrollment is year-round and our fees are nearly half the national average for this kind of clinical care.

At Clearview, young women from Spokane, Washington, and other cities are led to face their issues and conquer them, while also continuing their school studies. For the teens who come to our residential treatment center, we offer: academic instruction, professional therapy, animal-assisted therapy, individual and group therapy, a focus on creativity through art (music and writing), trauma recovery, physical fitness, outdoors adventure therapy, and much more.

Residential Treatment Centers in Spokane, WashingtonResidential treatment centers like Clearview Horizon offer therapy for girls with emotional issues that are leading them to poor choices and broken relationships. Our staff specialize in working with adopted girls with attachment disorders or those who are participating in self-harm or have had major loss or trauma in their life.

Teenage girls in our residential treatment center attend individual, group, and family therapy sessions with our staff of therapists. Art therapy at Clearview gives girls another way to release their emotions. And animal and equine therapy is a part of our therapy, featuring dogs and miniature horses. Finally, through round the clock interactions with our trained staff, the girls receive constant feedback and assistance in their thinking and actions.

Residential Treatment Centers in Spokane, Washington

Clearview’s Fees are WELL BELOW other Residential Treatment Centers in Spokane, Washington, with a Superior Level of Care and Therapy

Our fees are lower, but our staff are among the most qualified and experienced in the nation. Our campus is located in a remote area of the Pacific Northwest because an important part of the therapy is for girls to get as far away as possible from past influences.

Girls come to our residential treatment center from Spokane, Washington, and across the nation. 

Will you take a few minutes now to browse through our website to learn more about our residential treatment center for girls, even though we are not located in Spokane, WA. 

Please Contact Us for More Information and the Tuition Rates for the Clearview Horizon Residential Treatment Center for Girls, though we are located in the Pacific Northwest, not in Spokane, WA.

More about residential treatment centers for girls in or near Spokane, Washington:
Spokane is a city located in the Northwestern United States in the state of Washington. It is the largest city of Spokane County of which it is also the county seat, and the metropolitan center of the Inland Northwest region. The city is located on the Spokane River in Eastern Washington, 110 miles (180 km) south of the Canadian border, approximately Convert from the Washington-Idaho border, and Convert east of Seattle.
David Thompson explored the Spokane area and began European settlement with the westward expansion and establishment of the North West Company’s Spokane House in 1810. This trading post was the first long-term European settlement in Washington and the center of the fur trade between the Rockies and the Cascades for 16 years. In the late 19th century, gold and silver were discovered in the Inland Northwest. The Spokane area is considered to be one of the most productive mining districts in North America. Spokane’s economy has traditionally been natural resource based; however, the city’s economy has diversified to encompass other industries, including the high-tech and biotech sectors.
The city of Spokane (then known as “Spokane Falls”) was settled in 1871 and officially incorporated as a city in 1881. The city’s name is drawn from the Native American tribe known as the Spokane, which means “Children of the Sun” in Salish. Spokane’s official nickname is the “Lilac City”, named after the flowers that have flourished since their introduction to the area in the early 20th century. Completion of the Northern Pacific Railway in 1881 brought major settlement to the Spokane area. Spokane is also known as the city that founded Father’s Day, a holiday celebrating fatherhood every year in the month of June.
With a population of 208,916, according to the 2010 Census, Spokane is the second largest city in Washington, and the third largest in the American portion of the Pacific Northwest, behind Seattle, and Portland, Oregon, and is the 100th largest city in the United States. Spokane is the principal city of the Spokane Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is coterminous with Spokane County. As of 2010, the county had a population of 471,221.
Directly east of Spokane County is the Coeur d’Alene Metropolitan Statistical Area, composed entirely of Kootenai County, Idaho; the combined population of the two counties was estimated at 609,715 in 2010 census. Spokane’s Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is expected to be officially combined with Kootenai County by the federal government and the U.S. Office of Management and Budget once the 2010 Census is tallied. The new MSA is likely to be named “Spokane-Coeur d’Alene Metropolitan Area”. It is expected that by that time, the area will have upwards of 650,000, and this change will occur no later than 2013.
Excerpt about residential treatment centers in Spokane, Washington, used with permission from Wikipedia.

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