I doubt any jump start will work. If it did, insurance would pay for it. Certainly you may try a program of your choice, but I suspect it will do more to alleviate your guilt that you cannot do anything and tried everything. She is actually getting a lot of services now. If you want to help, get help for brother to help him cope.
We have no association with Dr. Phil. NONE.
You could petition the court as her being out of control.
Just "jump starting" for teens seldom works.
I have no recommendations for specific facilities but look up "Residential Treatment Center" in Google. Southern California and Utah.
I wasn't suggesting you throw her under the bus but she is getting an impressive amount of services now.
I would recommend a comprehensive evaluation by an independant psychologist.
Sorry I came off harsh.
We have no connection with doctor Phil, who is credentialed to do nothing. Be glad. I wish residential treatment was more effective. When I was in early career, RTC's were in favor. The research did not bear out effectiveness. Much of the reason is they are a "captive audience" so when they are released, they go back to same environment. Treatment has been found to work best when delivered in setting close to home environments. RTCs also make claims with no Data, so it is very hard to evaluate individual facilities. I am not say nothing will work, just that there aren't really "jump starts" for this. You are certainly welcome to get literature and evaluate on own. If you want me to look at at specific site, I will be glad to do you that courtesy. Much of the problem is she clearly has biological issues (with ADHD, depression). Most RTC's are lucky if they provide 1 hour of group therapy and 15 minutes of psychiatry time.
I like adolescents. I recently applied to a residential school in Idaho. It seemed nice. It cost 70K per year to send kid and any therapy was additional cost. I withdrew after I discovered how much they lied to me about job. I am still concerned about her brother. And she needs good psychiatrist. She has a conduct disorder and neurological problems - a tough thing to treat. I hope you get lucky with finding help