An at-risk youth is generally defined as a child who is less likely to transition successfully into adulthood. Studies have shown that household income and poverty are significant risk factors in determining a child's success.

Many behaviors may help identify a child that is considered to be 'at-risk', such as; alcohol & drug abuse, sexual deviance, running away, teen pregnancy, eating disorders, electronic device addiction, as well as behavioral & mental issues.


Treatment can cover a plethora of services & programs. They can include in-patient treatment, such as a residential treatment center or a group home, out-patient treatment, and even outdoor behavioral or wilderness treatment programs.

Our custom insurance programs support organizations dedicated in helping those striving to overcome life's challenges.

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