“Because we loved you so much, we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well.”
1 Thessalonians 2:8
What To Expect
Addiction is a powerful thing. Substance abuse rehabilitation requires more than behavioral modification; it requires a heart change. Jesus is the one best qualified to change hearts, so He’s central to all we do at Clearfork.
Clearfork Academy is a family-style living environment set on a ranch overlooking Eagle Mountain Lake. Residents learn, exercise, eat, play, and pray together with the goal of helping each other beat their addictions.
Our staff uses a variety of therapies to address the variety of needs people in the grips of addiction face. Families join us for therapeutic activities on the weekend so we are able to provide an all-encompassing approach to recovery. It’s not always easy or comfortable, but we always have the residents’ best interests in mind.
How To Apply
We have a limited number of beds and want to be sure our therapeutic programs are a good fit for your teen boy. Start the process by filling out our contact questionnaire. From there, one of our clinicians will follow up with you to gather specifics about your teen’s current situation, your payment options, and to discuss when we anticipate having space available.
Signs And Symptoms of Addiction
It can sometimes be difficult to distinguish between normal teenage angst and the symptoms of a substance abuse problem. The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence gives us a list of signs and symptoms for substance abuse. Check the information below to learn more about them.
- Unusual smells on breath, body, or clothing
- Unstable coordination
- Slurred or incoherent speech
- Bloodshot eyes or abnormally sized pupils
- Poor hygiene or a disinterest in appearance
- Frequent nosebleeds
- Changes in appetite or sleep patterns
- An otherwise unexplained change in weight
- Seizures (without a diagnosis of epilepsy)
- Drastic drop in grades
- No longer enjoys or shows interest in extracurricular activities they formerly enjoyed
- Discipline problems at school or work
- Items like valuables, prescription medication, or money missing from the home
- Borrowing and stealing money
- Becoming more and more withdrawn
- Avoiding eye contact
- A sudden change in the people they hang out with
- An unusual change in personality
- Abrupt mood changes or angry outbursts
- Easily agitated
- Significantly decreased levels of motivation
- Appears fearful, withdrawn, anxious, or paranoid, with no apparent reason
We accept most major insurance plans, including:
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