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NEW ADMINISTRATOR AT THREE SPRINGS OF NORTH CAROLINA
(Dec 30, 1999) As of Jan 2000 Richard Edwards will become the new administrator of Three
Springs of North Carolina, (919-542-1104), replacing Peggy Reeder-Moore.
NEW TEEN MOTIVATION AND CONSULTING GROUP FORMED
(Jan 2, 2000) Rich Schroeder M.A. and Lynn Taylor, B.A. have formed a group called TMO Teen Motivation and Program
Consulting, to be based in Albuquerque NM (505-797-2824) or email@example.com. They have
been program consultants for four years in northern New Mexico, and they run a monthly Parent Support Group for Struggling Teens.
Rich just finished a tour of wilderness and school programs in Utah and Arizona.
ICARE CHANGES NAME, ESTABLISHES RUNAWAY HOTLINE
(Jan 4, 2000) John C. Villines announced ICARE Youth Services Division’s name has been changed to “Center for Safe
Youth,” coinciding with their January, 2000 celebration, and marking the beginning of their 26th year providing adolescent escorts
and locating runaways. They have also established a toll free “Runaway Hotline,” accessible through their website.
RED ROCK CANYON SCHOOL ENROLLS STUDENTS FROM INTERNET
(Jan 6, 2000) Todd Hockenberry, Marketing Director for Red Rock Canyon School, St. George Utah, (RRC@southernutah.com
or 800-635-0994) a new treatment center, announced they now have fifteen new students, almost half of whom have been placed as a result
of the Internet, including the link from Woodbury Reports Online.
POSITIVE IMPACT HOSTS FAMILY CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION
(Jan 4, 2000) Over 70 people, including 12 families, visited the campus of positive Impact in Mexico during the Christmas
season. They enjoyed a pork loin buffet dinner and entertainment at an island restaurant on Christmas Eve. Families participated in
over 30 family therapy sessions, an experimental multi-family group on the Sea of Cortez shoreline, and boat tours of abundant wildlife
on Pelican Island.
“SUMMER PROGRAMS” LISTINGS ON WOODBURY ON-LINE
(Jan 8, 2000) Summers Programs can now be accessed by a special “button” on the front page of the Woodbury
Reports’ website. Visits to this award-web site have continued to increase, according to an independent tracking service.
LANDMARK COLLEGE SUMMER PROGRAM FOR LD, ADHD STUDENTS
(Dec 27, 2000) Landmark College, Putney, Vermont, or firstname.lastname@example.org,
announced a full summer schedule of classes for college bound high potential students with dyslexia, attention deficit hyperactivity
disorder (ADHD) and other specific learning disabilities. The daily schedule includes a tutorial with a faculty member, writing-based
English, study skills focusing on information and time-management strategies, and either mathematics of speech communication. Summer
courses are identical to courses described in the catalog for fall and spring terms.
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