Orange County Teen Residential Detox

Anna Demianenko

Teen drinking, teen alcoholism and teen substance abuse can end young lives before they even begin. If your teen is currently dealing with a substance abuse or addiction problem, no matter how much you love them, it may not be getting through. The good news is, there is help available, and it may just save their life. FIND OUT HOW.

Teen Rehab and Recovery That Really Works

When your teen is having a hard time overcoming addictions, there isn’t any member of the family who isn’t affected. It’s heartbreaking to see your loved one go willingly down a path of destruction, and it’s easy to feel hopeless about the prospects of them getting back to normal.

The trouble is, in this day and age, dabbling in drugs is not just harmless experimentation; there are prescription drugs and designer drugs that have the potential to kill with just one dose. Even scarier – there is no way for them to know that what they are taking is what they think it is, and most have no regard for the consequences anyway.

The disappointment you have in your child’s behavior is nothing compared to the grief of having to arrange their funeral – or worse, seeing them suffer for the rest of their life with debilitating and irreversible nerve or brain damage from an “accidental” overdose.

Overcoming Teen Addictions Can Prevent Permanent Brain Damage

Studies have proven that adolescent drug and alcohol abuse causes permanent changes in the developing brain, increasing the risk of addiction later in life. This can also lead to:

  • Poor memory and recall function
  • Poorer verbal learning
  • Impaired spatial skills
  • Decelerated learning
  • Difficulty in focusing attention
  • Decreased ability to inhibit inappropriate behaviors
  • Less confidence in performing tasks

All of these unfortunate side-effects can result in fewer opportunities for your teen to progress and succeed in their adult life.


Before most teens even graduate from high school:

  • 73% have used alcohol
  • 48% have used drugs
  • 23% will develop an alcohol or drug dependence by the time they reach the age of 20

From these findings, it is easy to conclude that there are an alarmingly high number of children who won’t come back from their ‘experimentation’ with drugs and alcohol, instead going on to use or drink more heavily in order to compensate for neural deficiencies.

Teensavers is here for you

If your child is out of control, using drugs and/or alcohol, exhibiting destructive and concerning behavior or has been in trouble with the police, it’s difficult to separate your fear from your anger, and you shouldn’t have to go through this alone.

Teensavers is a community of ex-addicts, parents and professional caregivers with more than three decades of experience treating addictions as well as emotional and behavioral issues in young people. We are committed to saving young lives, and helping you and your teen return to a loving place.

If you are ready to get your child back, residential detox and recovery may be the key to their future. Each teen entering our program receives a treatment plan that is specifically tailored to their needs, helping them rediscover the joy and promise of the future, and giving them the support they need to reignite their enthusiasm for life. Call now to find out more about our programs and admissions process.