For Youth

This is a place of new beginnings. It is a safe place. The environment is respectful, nurturing, tolerant and positive for all. We emphasize a strength-based, youth empowered philosophy to help you succeed. Our Woodland Hills: Juvenile Justice and Cambia Hills: Mental Health programs promote behavioral, emotional and physical health to guide you toward reaching your full potential.

Youth empowerment is a powerful tool that:

  • Allows you to become a partner in healing
  • Helps you learn new value systems
  • Supports the development of the things you are good at so that you can be successful in your life

We know you want to find out what we’re all about and what you can expect. We also know that you will have a lot of questions. To explore more about us click here.

For Parents & Families

We know how hard it can be when your child’s needs and behavior become too much for you to handle. We know the decision to seek treatment is never easy. We want you to know that we specialize in residential and day treatment services for adolescents with significant behavioral, substance use and mental health issues. Our goal is to create a place that is safe, respectful, nurturing, tolerant and positive for all. Our programs promote behavioral, emotional and physical health and guide youth toward breaking down barriers and building up their self-esteem so that they can reach their full potential.

We serve children and young adults in several ways:

  1. Two Residential Programs.
  1. Day Treatment Program.
  1. Community Based Services
  2. Neighborhood Youth Services: Drop-In Center Services.
    Unlike our residential and day treatment programs, this program is a community drop-in program. It is located in downtown Duluth’s Washington Recreation Center. It is designed to be a place for kids, ages 5 to 18, to find themselves. Taking part in the activities program is free and voluntary. This is a safe place to learn, play and connect with community, friends and family.



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