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SavingTeens Family Takes Next Steps

November 17, 2014 – SavingTeens in Crisis Collaborative (SavingTeens) has helped another family move from a wilderness program to a therapeutic boarding school.  We could not have accomplished this without the dedication and generosity of our partners.

The young man has successfully completed his stay at Second Nature – Cascades and is now moving on to Ashcreek Academy in Utah.  Through the continued pro-bono support of Dr. Judi Bessette of Compass Educational Consulting, the family negotiated successfully with their local school system to support their son in an out-of-system placement.  Coupled with a very generous scholarship from Ashcreek Academy, this family  continues to make progress.

SavingTeens collaborations allow us to offer support to troubled young people and their families.  One of our most significant partnerships is with our donors. Without this support we could not continue to fund families. Treatment for troubled teens is cost prohibitive for all but the most well-to-do families, so every donation of dollars and services is crucial.

About Compass Educational Consulting Founded in 2003 Compass Educational Consulting helps families find solutions for troubled teens and young adults…young people dealing with emotional problems, behavioral issues and/or learning differences

About Second Nature Second Nature was founded on the idea that struggling adolescents and their families deserve quality clinical treatment, combined with sensitivity and compassion.

About Ashcreek Academy   Ashcreek Academy has designed a residential treatment center for effective therapeutic intervention for troubled boys. From the approach in therapy, to the classroom, to the daily schedule, everything they do is designed and structured to meet the emotional and behavioral needs of troubled boys..

About SavingTeens Saving Teens In Crisis Collaborative is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed in 2004 to assist troubled teens and their families struggling with substance abuse and other emotional issues.

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