There are many residential programs for teens whose behavior has become so problematic that serious intervention, away from the tension and upset the family; seems like the right answer.
They go by several names, such as "Therapeutic Boarding School", "Boot Camps for Troubled Teens," and "Residential Boarding Schools". You can also look for the program for troubled teen boys.
Each institution has its approach, but almost all of them emphasize discipline, structure, and teach children to be responsible for their actions and stop blaming others.
Also, they tend to look beneath the surface to try to determine the cause of the anger and challenging, although this is less true of the "boot camp" because they are shorter term.
"Boot Camps" are generally shorter periods is usually 3-6 weeks. They focus on adolescent rebellion and can be compared to a military boot camp where a physical challenge to instill the values of respect and reliability.
The emphasis on physical challenges and physical fitness may lead to new insights and replacing negative behaviors with positive ones.
The idea is that in some cases, all of the needs of children are a reality. It is less likely to happen if a teenager has proved a great anger and challenge for a long time.
Even if the negative behavior is a fairly short-term, short-term results of boot camp may not last, and the child may require follow-up counseling to stay on the straight and narrow.
Most troubled teens need structure, guidance, and therapy, and to find the consequences of the behavior.