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JCAHO FOR CATHERINE FREER
(February 21, 2001) Paul Smith, Program Director for Catherine Freer Wilderness Therapy Expeditions, 541- 926-7252, www.cfreer.com, announced the program has received accreditation from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). Smith hopes this difficult to obtain accreditation “may allow families to more easily utilize their healthcare benefits when accessing wilderness clinical services for children with substance abuse or mental health issues.”
POSITIVE IMPACT STAFF CHANGES
(February 22, 2001) Linda Schlegel, Admissions for Positive Impact, Kino Bay, Mexico, 877-236-1114, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.bahiadekino.com, announced Mark Lazich is moving from Bend, Oregon as a new counselor, Katie Lazich, with a M.S. in Environmental Education will be joining the teaching faculty, Josie Holland, with 22 years of CD treatment experience will be joining as the new Chemical Dependency Counselor. Michael Cummings has been promoted to Clinical Director.
WOODBURY REPORTS ARCHIVES UPDATED
(February 22, 2001) The online archives for Woodbury Reports’ Places for Struggling Teens, published since 1989, are now updated through December 2000. Every article and news brief since the newsletter’s inception can now be found online.
PAI RANCH ACADEMY TO OPEN
(February 22, 2001) Anthony Geraci announced the Pai Ranch Academy, in Taos, New Mexico (505-770- 7223) will open on June 1st. This therapeutic learning center will educate young men.
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