Admissions

Are You Struggling With Your Teenage Son?

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Meet Ben’s parents.  They are real people who found themselves in a place they never imagined… searching online and calling friends to find a place that could help their son.Watch their video and listen as they candidly talk about: 

  • Their situation with their son
  • Deciding if they should send Ben to a long- term program
  • Where they are now
Watch Ben’s parents (part 2) as they describe PAYH staff, campus, program, overall experience, and why they chose Paul Anderson Youth Home.
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We are a Christian residential home for troubled young men; youth that simply need a second chance! We offer a fresh start for troubled teenagers who need to change their lives and have reached a “dead end.”With over a 90% success rate for those young men who graduate the PAYH, we are a sanctuary for parents and young men who need a second chance.

Common Questions

PAYH Logo SquareAdmissions CriteriaBoys who are appropriate applicants
GreenCheckBoys who are between the ages of 16 and 20 (We will receive applications if your son is at the age of 15.6 months but we cannot accept them into the home until they are 16 years old.)
GreenCheckBoys who have become unruly in the home, school, and community.
GreenCheckBoys who have legal charges or who are at risk of legal charges. While some form of court intervention is preferable it is not required. We have found that partnering with the court is a powerful tool to keep your son at the PAYH through our program. Statistics show that longer term programs drastically increase the chances of your son’s success.
GreenCheckBoys who have chemical dependency issues, that involve alcohol and drugs but do not require detoxification.
GreenCheckIQ above 85
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PAYH Logo SquareDenial CriteriaBoys who are not appropriate applicants
RedXAge does not fit in appropriate age category (younger than 16 or older than 21)
RedXBoys who have a history of fire setting, who are obsessed with fires or pose a significant risk for arson.
RedXBoys who have been aggressive perpetrators of sexual offenses.
RedXBoys who are acutely suicidal or acutely psychotic which has led to extremely aggressive and violent behavior towards themselves or others.
RedXIQ below 85
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