Teen home

Duration: 9min 45sec Views: 256 Submitted: 19.09.2020
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The majority of schools around the country, including in Los Angeles, have closed their doors. In California, there is a strict shelter-in-place policy. Public health organizations such as the Centers for Disease Control CDC and the World Health Organization WHO have issued social distancing guidelines that ban gatherings of over ten people and recommend people stay six feet from one another other at all times. All of this means that millions of teenagers — more than 41 million students, in fact — are now stuck at home with nothing to do. While high school students may rejoice at the unexpected vacation for the first few days, by day three or four the novelty may have worn off. Add the fact that there are no movie theaters, amusement parks, restaurants, bowling alleys, or sports events to go to — and you get bored teenagers.

Group Homes for Troubled Teens

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No parent ever wants to imagine having to place their child in a group home. But sometimes, a residential setting is the best place for a troubled teen who needs intensive help. Group homes provide therapy, hour supervision and support to troubled teens in a home-like setting. Unlike large residential treatment facilities or psychiatric hospitals, group homes serve a small number of teens. They reside in a family-like setting with trained staff.

Teen Issues

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