May 28, 2017

Mission Statement

Here at Providence Pass, our Mission is to:

Encourage personal-growth and positive internal values in a Christ-centered, therapeutic environment through effective and evidence-based help to bring about powerful life change. To empower individuals through a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ to fulfill God’s purpose and calling in life.

I will give up whole nations to save your life, because you are precious to me and because I love you and give you honor. – Isaiah 43:4

What We Believe:

We believe that God is in control of all things, He is sovereign. Divine providence does not destroy our freedom. Rather, divine providence takes our freedom into account and, in the infinite wisdom of God, sets a course to fulfill God’s purpose in our lives.

We are not affiliated with a religious organization. We encourage a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, the Son of God, through communication and prayer. Clients participate in weekly chapel services and attend youth group at a non-denominational church.

Should you need help finding schools for troubled teens, schools for troubled youth, boarding schools with therapy or therapeutic boarding schools, please let us know. Providence Pass is a therapeutic boarding school for troubled teenage girls offering teen counseling for girls with adoption issues (reactive attachment disorders), self-harm (self-mutilation) or cutting, or eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia, anorexia nervosa). Other behavioral issues we deal with include: depression, post traumatic stress and anxiety. If you have an out of control girl, please consider this school for troubled girls that offers teen counseling and teen counselors for troubled girls. We offer counseling for troubled teens and out of control teens. We especially work with RAD girls and troubled girls who are adopted. Homes for troubled teens and boarding schools for teens don’t typically offer teen counseling and therapy, but we do. Among the best therapeutic schools with counseling – also referred to as “schools for troubled teens”.

Mission Statement