Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder ADD/ADHD
Does My Child Need to Lose Weight?
Obesity Greater in the U.S.
New Programs and Schools for Troubled Teens by State
Identify and Learning About Childhood Disorders
Getting Public School to Pay for Program
Medications – Why and When?
Weight Loss Camps
Children at risk for Obesity and Asthma
Military Schools for Teens
Solutions and Help for Parents of Troubled Teens
The Mission of National Youth Network is to educate parents of troubled teens on child behavior including eating disorders like anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder as well as ADD, ADHD, drug abuse, teen depression, and other issues affecting teens and adolescents. Information provided on this site also includes intervention programs such as eating disorder treatment programs, residential treatment programs, wilderness therapy programs, therapeutic boarding schools, weight loss camps, and other adolescent programs.
National Youth Network provides an abundance of educational and treatment resources for parents who are struggling to find help for their child and family. If the decision for your child and family is therapeutic intervention, we encourage you to thoroughly evaluate all programs and schools that interest you to ensure an appropriate match based on your family situation. In many instances you may want to seek the assistance of an Educational Consultant or a licensed mental health professional to guide you.