Seen 'n Heard - Aug,
1995 Issue (page 3).
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CEDU Names Co-Directors
With Ranel Hanson returning to the CEDU Family of Services, we now have the team of Saul Rudman and Ranel Hanson as co- directors
of CEDU Family of Services Consultants Relations. Their primary focus is to serve the needs of consultants. Saul can be reached at
800-444-2338 and Ranel can be reached at 800-858-1933.
U.S.Drug Enforcement Agency Statistics
According to U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency statistics, in 1993, Idaho consumed the most Ritalin per 100, 000 population of any state
in the country. 2nd was Michigan, 3rd was Georgia, 4th was Indiana, and 5th was Wisconsin.
NorthStar Center Sends Out Another Mailing
Jeff Johnson and Dennis Crowell of NorthStar Center in Bend, Oregon send out another mailing reminding everyone that they have no
affiliation with the North Star Wilderness in Utah which has been receiving extensive media attention for the death of one of their
participants. Jeff and Dennis point out that their program is in a different state, do not do wilderness survival therapy nor short
term crisis intervention. They are eager to talk with anyone about this issue and can be reached at 503-385-8657.
Echo Springs Announces Successful Operation
Doug Kim-Brown, owner of Echo Springs located in Bonners Ferry, Idaho, a transition program for young people ages 18 and older, announced
they are starting their third year of successful operation. Their new phone number is 208-267-1111, their new fax number is 208-267-1122,
and their new address is Route 4, Box 5640, Bonners Ferry, Idaho 83805. In the last year, they have developed an expansion to a two
phase program which includes independent living and automatic entry into the North Idaho College mentoring system, expanded avenues
for internships and volunteerism, and computerized individual budget program reviewed weekly. They now have six students in Phase
23rd Annual International Conference
The Association for Experiential Education will have it's 23rd Annual International Conference at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin on November
9-12, 1995. Entitled Seeds For Change, information can be obtained by phoning Dan Creely at312-794-2982 or Chris Lupton at 608-256-1546.
Spring Creek Community School Reports
Steve Cawdry, Headmaster of Spring Creek Community School in Thompson Falls, Montana reports that he has had 11 students this summer,
both in long term and for short term family intensives. Steve says his ideal student is one who knows he/she is addicted and wants
a school where he/she can be totally immersed in recovery, and can benefit from an emphasis on developing his/her artistic side through
play-writing, acting, music, etc. This is along with academics and gaining self-knowledge from emotional growth.
Turn Around Program For The Entire Family
Peter J. Huber, PhD, announced that The Center For ReUniting Families: at Camp Osceola (25 miles from Big Bear Lake, California) is
offering a very effective, low-cost, hands-on, experiential 28 day residential Youth-at-Risk Turn Around Program for the entire family
(Parents on some extended weekends).... In the middle of a natural forest, admissions are scheduled on a regular basis. Contact Peter
in Angelus Oaks, at 909-794-3800.
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