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SUWS OF THE CAROLINAS ADMISSIONS
(January 4, 2001) Reid Treadaway, Admissions Director for SUWS
of the Carolinas, is now located at Old Fort, North Carolina, 888-828-9770.
NEW ADMISSIONS AT CROSS CREEK MANOR
(January 4, 2001) Karr Farnsworth, Director of Cross Creek Manor, LaVerkin, Utah, 801- 635-2300, announced Jeni Salmi
will be handling admissions for the school replacing Marie Peart.
EXPLORATIONS WEB SITE
(January 5, 2001) Penny and Lorne Riddell, of Explorations, Trout Creek, Montana, 406-827-3863, announced they have
a new web site at www.explorationsmt.com.
ANY WORD OF TIM & JENNIFER SMITH?
(January 5, 2001) Does anyone know the whereabouts of Tim & Jennifer Smith? Woodbury Reports Inc. has been unable
to contact them by phone, and letters to all known addresses have been returned with no forwarding address.
LOCAL RESOURCES DIRECTORY ONLINE
(January 5, 2001) As the newest addition to Woodbury Reports Online, the Local
Resources Directory, is an ambitious project to list as many resources for parents of struggling teens online as possible. Starting
with 1,000 resources, the Directory is designed to cover a wide range of resources parents can call on to help their children. It
includes day schools for children with Learning Differences, Learning Centers, specialized treatment programs, adolescent psych units,
adolescent counselors and therapists, parent support groups and many other categories. A sophisticated search engine is included that
can bring up lists of schools and programs for a variety of behaviors, diagnoses and geographic locations. Suggestions for resources
that should be included will be very much appreciated and can be easily entered online following simple instructions. Suggestions
for making the categorization scheme more useful are welcome. The Local Resources Directory is a useful tool for anyone working with
children with problems. As it grows it will increase in value to all of us.
CATHERINE FREER RECEIVES FULL JCAHO ACCREDITATION
(January 9, 2001) Shirley Rex, Admissions Director of Catherine Freer
Wilderness Therapy Expeditions (541-926-7252) in Albany, Oregon, reported that their provisional JCAHO accreditation has just
been upgraded to the status of full accreditation. The Catherine Freer program conducts a three week expedition that blends wilderness
expeditions with traditional psychotherapy techniques and a modified 12-step program.