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Seen 'n Heard - Dec, 1995 Issue (page 3).

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Spring Creek Establishes Wilderness Component
Spring Creek Community (SCC) (406-827-4344) near Thompson Falls, Montana, has hired Dan Ward to establish and run their wilderness component. The 30 day program, starting with primitive living skills and continuing with wilderness adventure activities, will be used as an assessment and orientation for many of the students enrolling at SCC. SCC uses the addiction model in working with the children, with a strong arts program, and extensive on-campus family work. 

Aspen Health Services Hires Admissions Counselor
Caroline Wolf (800-283-8334) has been hired by Aspen Health Services as Admissions Counselor. The announcement was made by Aspen Health Services Vice President Mark Hobbins and that her emphasis will be to serve the needs of Educational Consultants for the Aspen Achievement Academy and the Aspen Ranch. She will be working with families and their children in all aspects of admissions and post placement needs. Caroline has over ten years experience in working with special needs students and their families. 

Buckeye Ranch Changes Its Name
The Buckeye Ranch (800-859-5665) has changed its name from The Buckeye Boys Ranch "to reflect a new era of services for boys, girls and families." 

Independence Center Celebrates 10th Year
INDEPENDENCE CENTER (310-202-7102), a totally mainstreamed residential program in West Los Angeles for young adults ages 18 and above, is celebrating its 10th year of helping learning disabled young adults learn the skills of independent living needed to succeed on their own. Judy Maizlish, Director, (310-202-7102) announced new grants have been received which will allow the Center to provide additional program scholarships. 

Benchmark Purchased 19 Unit Apartment Building
Executive Director Jayne Longnecker, M.Ed. announced that BENCHMARK Behavioral & Educational Services, Inc. located in Redlands, California (909-864-1385) has purchased a 19 unit apartment building. The apartments are located in a nice multi-family area close to the downtown and brings the majority of Benchmark students under "one roof". Benchmark is a transition program for young adults ages 18 and up. 

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