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This Holiday Season, SavingTeens & Partners Help Two More Struggling Teens

Through the combined generosity of our Educational Consultants, Programs, and Donors, SavingTeens has recently matched two struggling teens with appropriate therapeutic boarding school placements.

Over Thanksgiving weekend, the fourteen year old boy transitioned from wilderness to The High Frontier in Fort Davis, Texas. Educational Consultant Michelle Grappo referred this young man’s parents to SavingTeens after a long relationship. A generous scholarship from The High Frontier, along with SavingTeens funds, made the difference for this family, enabling them to stretch their dollars enough to place their son.

The fifteen year old girl transitioned to a therapeutic boarding school in Arizona the week before Thanksgiving, after an extended stay at wilderness and a step-down program. Educational Consultant Gail Curran referred this family to SavingTeens after extensive intervention. The program is partnering with SavingTeens to provide a scholarship to the family through the length of their stay.

These partnerships could not happen without the generous donations raised through our Annual Appeal. Funds raised through end-of-year giving are crucial in supporting our scholarships into 2016. Please give as generously as you can; the need is great.

About The High Frontier: The mission of The High Frontier is to provide a positive environment for social learning, teaching care and concern for oneself and others through adherence to the Positive Peer Culture Treatment Model.
About SavingTeens: SavingTeens is a philanthropic organization dedicated to assisting troubled teens and their families struggling with significant emotional and behavioral challenges including anxiety, depressions, addictions and other risky behaviors. Working in close collaboration with the therapeutic community, SavingTeens provides financial and other support to families of teens in crisis.
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