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Seen 'n Heard - Oct, 1994 Issue (page 3).

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New Day Treatment Program In Las Vegas, Nevada
Desert Hills Center for Youth & Families, headquartered in Tucson, Arizona, opened a new Adolescent Day Treatment Program in Las Vegas, Nevada last August. With an enrollment limited to 20, it is designed to help young people ages 12-18 in transition to home and community from more intensive psychiatric care programs. For more information, contact Jan Culver in Nevada, 702-369-9960, or Tom Rose in Arizona at 602-622-5437. Desert Hills now has facilities in Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. 

Valley View School To Celebrate 25th Anniversary
Philip Bland, Associate Director of Valley View School in North Brookfield, Massachusetts announces they are preparing to celebrate 1995 as their 25th anniversary year. They started the school year very strong in September with 39 students out of a maximum of 42 students. The school has just completed the total renovation of Doane House, a dormitory housing nine boys, and are half-way through the completion of the building of a quarter million dollar theatre and office complex adjacent to the Dining Room. This will give them "a state-of-the-art facility to further enhance our ability to develop our drama program. 

Echo Springs Announces One Year Anniversary
Doug Kim- Brown reports ECHO SPRINGS Transition Study Center in N. Idaho is "alive and well!" The two-phase program for young adults focusing on life management skills and college preparation is nearly full. October marks the One year anniversary of the program. 208-265-0343. 

Carolyn Wolf Is Working With West Shield
Carolyn Wolf, formerly with the CEDU schools is now working with West Shield Adolescent Services, headquartered in Southern California. Carolyn is doing transports, and also is responsible for helping with the marketing. She plans to be at the IECA Conference in Boston this November to say hello to all her old friends she has worked with in the past, and of course to make new ones. She can be reached at 800-899-8585. 

Rocky Top Reports On Student Activities
Tom "Gregory" Finucane, of Rocky Top near Anaconda, Montana tells of his students taking a day compiling and reading the news for a Butte, Montana television station recently. 

Consulting Service Expands Business
Helen Denne, owner of Definitive Directions, a vocational and educational resource consulting service in Glendale, California, is expanding her business to include an "emphasis on educational support services including school placement for all ages of children and adults with a variety of needs." She can be reached at 818-547-4772. 

Pacific Northern Academy To Open
Tom Croke, recently in Anchorage, Alaska reports plans are well underway for Pacific Northern Academy to open September 19, 1996. Headmaster Jeff Woodworth has been in private education and business in the Boston area. The new school will initially include pre-primary through 10th grade, with the 11th and 12th grades and a boarding program added later on. For information, contact Jeff at 907-274-2300. 

Secret Harbor School In Puget Sound
Brian Carroll, Secret Harbor School's clinical director, is the interim Executive Director with the resignation of long time executive director Bill Monahan. Secret Harbor is on Cypress Island in Puget Sound near Anacortes, Washington. 

Copyright 1994, 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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