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The Maples

Strengthening Families 

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At The Maples, we focus on helping teenage girls who are struggling with their mental health, including trauma, disordered eating, and/or substance use.

Our Mission

To provide the highest and most effective level of care for teenage girls struggling with anxiety, depression, substance abuse, trauma and/or disordered eating with the intention of supporting the entire family to be successful in the home after treatment.

Vision & Values

Provide our residents and their families a safe place to work together on their unhealthy past decisions. The transformation by using respect, accountability, and self-love to encourage healthier choices while becoming the best version of themselves.

Guiding Principles

Family involvement in order to generate the most successful outcomes
Accountability for one’s decisions
Respect for oneself and others

Our residential program is staffed with trained mental health professionals that provide evidence-based therapies in order to process, support, and encourage your teenage daughter to start her journey to recovery.  We believe in treating the whole person, mind, body, and spirit. Therefore, we offer activities that support structure and accountability while having an environment that promotes creativity, mindfulness, goal setting, and self-care. We know that seeking residential treatment for your loved one can be overwhelming.
We are here for you and your family through every step of the way.

Treatment Types

Dialectical Behavioral


DBT is a methodical combination of mindfulness and behavior therapy, utilizing physical and cognitive skills to help clients regulate their emotions and relationships. DBT helps clients who struggle with depression and anxiety as well as clients who are sensitive to their environment, highly reactive, overwhelmed with emotion, and slow to return to a calm state.



Cognitive Behavioral Therapy treatment usually involves efforts to change behavioral patterns. These strategies might include: facing one's fears instead of avoiding them, using role playing to prepare for potentially problematic interactions with others, and learning to calm one's mind and relax one's body.



Motivational Interviewing is a collaborative, goal-oriented style of communication with particular attention to the language of change. It is designed to strengthen personal motivation for and commitment to a specific goal by eliciting and exploring the person’s own reasons for change within an atmosphere of acceptance and compassion.

The Twelve Steps

SMART Recovery (Self-Management And Recovery Training) is an abstinence-oriented, not-for-profit organization for individuals with addictive problems. SMART Recovery teaches scientifically validated methods designed to empower clients to change and to develop a more positive lifestyle.

Didactic/Process Groups

Both group types are offered to create a space for the clients to learn with and from one another in a therapeutic setting. Didactic groups are organized around an issue or a problem and are frequently psychoeducational in nature. Process groups allow clients to relate to one another over shared experiences and feelings in a safe, positive environment.

Equine Therapy

Equine Therapy incorporates horses into the therapeutic process. The clients engage in activities such as grooming, feeding, and leading a horse while being supervised by a mental health professional. This intentional interaction with the horses works towards helping clients develop skills such as emotional regulation, self-confidence, and responsibility.


Art and music therapy is a creative intervention towards healing that pursues a holistic approach to treating the body and mind. By tapping into creative and rhythmic outlets, the clients are able to continue their therapeutic work while also enjoying themselves through freedom of expression.


Yoga is proven to reduce anxiety and stress. Practicing yoga helps the body activate the parasympathetic nervous system which allows the body to physically function more efficiently than when under stress and operating from the sympathetic nervous system. Yoga is healing for the body and the mind.


The science supporting the incredible short and long term benefits of mindfulness is abundant. Studies have shown mindfulness can reduce anxiety and depression, boost clients’ immune systems, help clients manage pain, among other things —perhaps in as little as 8 weeks of practice.

Body Image

A therapeutic modality rooted in health-at-every-size and body liberation helping clients form healthy relationships with their bodies and self. Body Image is explored in individual and group therapy, helping clients gain skills to assist in combating the negative messages received about bodies from media and peers.

Nutrition Therapy

For clients with disordered eating, nutrition therapy helps clients challenge past negative food experiences, triggers and fears using a non-diet and health-at-every-size approach to nutrition and body.

Acceptance and
Commitment Therapy

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) helps clients connect with their values and make meaning out of their lives through using principles based in mindfulness and acceptance of emotions.


We work hard to collaborate with your insurance provider on an out-of-network option or single case agreement. Please call us and we will give you options and verify eligibility.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long is residential treatment at The Maples?

Length of stay from a residential treatment program can often vary from person to person. We recommend 60 days. We believe that the longer the adolescent stays in a structured nurturing setting, the chances of long-term change are higher. 

At The Maples, we treat teenage girls who are experiencing depression, anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder, mild eating disorders, drug and alcohol addiction, co-occurring psychiatric disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, trauma, personality disorder.

If this level of care is being suggested by a psychiatrist, psychologist, professional counselor, or social worker then we can do a free screening over the phone. During the free screening we will obtain specific information to make the best decision for your adolescent. Residential treatment programs offer a stable, safe and 24-7 monitored home-like environment.