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New Perspectives - Jun, 1993 Issue #21 

Crisis Intervention

Richard Armstrong, Founder
Moyie Springs, Idaho

Boundarylines, Inc. is now offering an Interim Care Service and a Vocational Apprenticeship Program as of June of 1993. This is building on the Transport and Intervention Service of the last three years.

The Interim Care Service is based out of a two story ranch house on 25 acres on the Moyie River. It is located 140 miles northeast of Spokane, Washington and is from 1 to 100 days, or more when appropriate.

Five full and part time professional counselors with over 60 years combined experience in working with at risk teenagers are ready to assist students in learning to make healthier decisions.

Vocational programs offered are for young men 17 and older providing on-the-job training. These are designed to enhance the individual's learning ability and increase life skills. The duration of the workshops are 8-10 weeks, with the opportunity for students to stay longer if steady progress is demonstrated. Basic carpentry skills, good work ethic, educational growth and having fun are all encompassed within their full-time job.

Students will be held to a strong work ethic and day to day responsibilities. They will learn applied math, science and communication skills, be paid minimum wage, and be housed in residential facilities. The students will be responsible for cooking, cleaning, personal hygiene and other daily chores.

Copyright 1993, Woodbury Reports, Inc. (This article may be reproduced without prior approval if the copyright notice and proper publication and author attribution accompanies the copy.)

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