Help LDS Youth

“For the power is in them, wherein they are agents unto themselves. And inasmuch as men do good they shall in nowise lose their reward.” -D&C 58:28

LDS Youth Treatment Services

Pornography Addiction/ Sexual Compulsion Help for LDS Youth (Latter-day Saint) Ages 13-19. 

Youth are being bombarded. The rapid advance of technology has provided a rampantly accessible stage where the God-given gifts of procreation and sexuality are being confused and twisted at an unprecedented level.

Youth living a porn free life.*Reports state that almost 100% of youth are exposed to porn by 18 years old, with first exposure average age of 11 years old. The largest consumer group of Internet Pornography is 12-17 year olds. It is not a matter of IF, but WHEN…and then what to do?

YES is dedicated to educating and preparing parents, teens, and ecclesiastical leaders to know what to do when your children come to you.

Please contact us to speak and present to your group.

Proper education can mitigate many young people from falling prey to these addictions; unfortunately, many already have and will. *(http://www.safefamilies.org/sfStats.php)

YES Youth Services specifically caters and helps Latter-day Saint youth heal. Recently, a parent stated,

“This (son’s addiction) just eats my heart more than anything. My heart just breaks for him because he wants to be clean so bad.”

Many youth are scared and afraid, feeling isolated and that no one could understand.

A young man stated,

“I just don’t think I can ever be part of this church because of my issue.”

YES is here to provide hope and healing through correct therapeutic principles combined with gospel teachings focused on faith and the Atonement.

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For $250, you can schedule an evaluation for your child and receive the treatment manual and understanding addiction book for FREE.




Contact us for more information:

801.901.0279

Understanding Pornography Addiction and How the Atonement and Recovery Work Together