Seen 'n Heard - Aug,
1998 Issue (page 3)
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WEST SHIELD GROWTH
Allen Cardoza, President of West Shield Adolescent Services, headquartered in Newport Beach, California, 800-899-8585, email@example.com,
specializing in crisis intervention and adolescent transport, announced in June they have 15 agents on-call in their Southern California
office, 7 agents on-call in their Salt Lake City, Utah office (both locations include licensed investigators), and one or more Back-Up
Agents each in San Francisco, CA, Sacramento, CA, Bakersfield, CA, Las Vegas, NV, Phoenix, AZ, Atlanta, GA, Nashville, TN, Austin,
TX, Houston, TX, Tampa, FL, Minneapolis, MN, Honolulu, HI, Denver, CO and New York, NY.
ASPEN YOUTH SERVICES ORGANIZED
Elliot A. Sainer, President and CEO of Aspen Youth Services, 562-467-5500,
headquartered in Cerritos, California, announced in June that the Youth Services Division of College Health Enterprises (CHE) has
been reorganized under the new name, Aspen Youth Services. “This newly formed corporation has the singular focus of providing education,
treatment and rehabilitation services to “at-risk” youth and their families. CHE will continue as a regional behavioral health delivery
system with its two College Hospitals and related programs.”
CEDU’S REFERRAL RECOGNITION PLAN
In the June/July 1998 issue, Volume I, Issue 6, of CEDU’s FAMILY MATTERS, The Parent’s Newsletter, the Recognition plan is explained
as a way “for encouraging current CEDU parents to help make a CEDU education available to other families.” “The Referral Recognition
Plan is a very simple one. We will make a $500 tuition credit available to current CEDU parents each time they refer a new family
to a CEDU program.” For further information or to get any questions answered, contact Renel Hanson, Director of Parent Services, 208-265-0607.
EDITH RESNICK RETIRES
In June, 1998, educational consultant Edith Resnick, M.Ed., of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, 810-626-0071, announced she is retiring
from the education consulting business and turning her practice over to Judith Stevenson, Educational Consultation Service, in West
Bloomfield, Michigan, 248-626-2081. Edith has been well known and respected in the field for a number of years, and has the greatest
confidence in Judith Stevenson’s abilities.
HAMPSHIRE COUNTRY SCHOOL
William Dickerman, Headmaster at Hampshire Country School in Rindge, New Hampshire,
firstname.lastname@example.org, 603-899-3325, announced for the second year they will
be enrolling boys only. Billing themselves as “A Small Boarding School” (25 students optimum size), they feel they work best for boys
who are “young for their age,” that are basically nice kids, but need a tremendous amount of adult involvement.
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