Compass Rose Accepting Troubled Teens Assisted by Adoption Subsidiary
Therapeutic Program for Teenage Girls
Compass Rose provides a positive, nurturing environment for teenage girls ages 14-18 struggling with depression, anxiety, ADHD, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, and bipolar disorder with a variety of acting out behaviors including self-harm, risky sexual behavior, defiance, sneaking out, drug experimentation, and inappropriate use of technology and social media. Students must have an IQ of 80 or above.
Compass Rose accepts students whose adoptive parents are assisted by the Adoption Assistance Program (AAP). Benefit amount will be negotiated based on the needs and circumstances of the family. Adoptive parents may submit a Request for Adoption Assistance Program form (AAP 1) to us if an AAP agreement was not signed before adoption finalization.
If you or someone you know may be interested in Compass Rose for a teen girl ages 14 to 18, please complete the form below so that we can provide you with more information by email or phone.