EIRMC's Teton Peaks Residential Treatment Center is a co-ed facility specifically designed to provide high-quality mental and behavioral treatment to 12 to 18-year-olds who are mentally, emotionally, or behaviorally impaired to the degree that they require long-term treatment in a secure environment.
Teton Peaks treats adolescents who experience:
- Mental illness
- Trauma/abuse issues
- Anxiety disorders
- Attention disorders
- Sleep disorders
- Emotional and behavioral issues
- Substance abuse issues
- Family crises
- Difficulties in their school environment
Adolescents troubled with severe sexual disorders, moderate to severe mental retardation, fire starting, predatory behavior and who have a primary diagnosis of Conduct Disorder may not qualify for treatment.