In 1998, the T.E.A.C.H. Academic Program instituted a groundbreaking educational support system that combined residential treatment with classes at local colleges in Southern California.
The T.E.A.C.H. Program provided a much needed bridge for recovering students who wanted to continue their education and also receive ongoing clinical support for their recovery.
Students are accepted into the T.E.A.C.H. program on a “year round” basis so that they can start immediately taking tours of local academic institutions and participating in our recovery related process groups that focus on the the stress and anxiety surrounding academics.
With the guidance of their dedicated academic counselor and recovery counselor, the student will begin the process of compiling academic records from past institutions and begin enrollment into the appropriate next phase of education.
Our academic institute for recovering students includes academic counselors who help with the sometimes painful process of gathering past transcripts to gain a full understanding of the students current status and what their next academic milestone should be.
Our long standing partnership with local Orange County colleges, including Saddleback College and Irvine Valley College, has given the educators at those institutions the rewarding experience of seeing our combination of structured recovery and educational growth.
What Type of Academic Programs are Available?
High School Program
Who does it benefit?
What is included?
The T.E.A.C.H. Program is designed for students who are looking to attend college for the first time, current college students, and even past college students. T.E.A.C.H. helps with credit recovery, transfer applications, applying and reapplying to school, and re-enrolling after medical leave, academic probation, or expulsion.
Who does it benefit?
Schools clients attend:
Not all students want to the traditional college experience. We offer academic paths for vocational schooling for those who have career goals that can be met with vocational schooling.
Types of schooling can include: