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BOULDER CREEK STUDENTS INVITED TO PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION
(April 22, 2008) Paul Johnson, Executive Director, Idaho Educational Services, Bonners Ferry, ID, 208-267-7522, announced eight Boulder Creek Academy students and teacher Claude Bisson, participated in the Presidential Scholars Program in Washington, DC, which offers students a "backstage pass" to the inner workings of our federal government. In addition, these BCA students and staff have received a special invitation to attend the inauguration in January 2009.

FINAL GAO REPORT FOR LEGISLATION
(May 2008) The United States Government Accountability Office report to the Chairman, Committee on Education and Labor and House of Representatives found improved data and enhanced oversight would help safeguard the well-being of youth with behavioral and emotional challenges

CONGRESSMAN MCKEON'S STATEMENT ON HR 5876 MARKUP
(May 14, 2008) Republican Howard P. "Buck" McKeon, ranking minority member of the House Education and Labor Committee, issued a statement on Markup of HR 5876, the "Stop Child Abuse in Residential Programs for Teens Act".

BURTON RECEIVES ICCW AWARD
(May 21, 2008) Elizabeth Flynn, Marketing Director for Florence Crittenton of Montana, Helena, MT, 406-442-6950, announced Barbara Burton, Executive Director of Florence Crittenton, received the 10th annual Interagency Committee for Change by Women (ICCW) Excellence in Leadership Award from Lt. Governor John Bohlinger at the State Capitol. Burton was nominated by the staff at Florence Crittenton Home where she has worked as the Executive Director since July 2006. Burton has worked at the Home for the last nine years.

JAN MOSS COURTNEY TO RETIRE
(May 27, 2008) Jan Moss Courtney, Executive Director for the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP), Prescott, AZ, 928-443-9505, announced she advised the Board (of NATSAP) of her intention to retire in early 2009. Jan has served on the founding Board of NATSAP for almost ten years, six of which she served as the Executive Director.

MONTANA ACADEMY ON CONG. MILLER
(May 27, 2008) John A McKinnon, MD, CoFounder of Montana Academy, Marion, MT, 406-858-2339, submitted a letter to parents that addressed House Bill H.R. 5876 and Congressman Miller. The letter is online StrugglingTeens.com.

ASPIRO'S MOMENTUM WILDERNESS EXPERIENCE
(May 27, 2008) Josh Watson, Admissions Director for Aspiro, Riverton UT, 888-266-5136, announced Aspiro's new 30-day wilderness adventure "Momentum", a multi-element course, began its first expedition in June.

NATSAP LAUNCHES DIRECTOR SEARCH
(May 27, 2008) Jan Moss Courtney, Executive Director for the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP), Prescott, AZ, 928-443-9505, announced the Board of Directors will begin a search for a new Executive Director. The position will be posted on the NATSAP website within 30 days.

IECA TO STUDY MILLER BILL
(May 28, 2008) Mark H. Sklarow, Executive Director for the Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA), Fairfax, VA, 703-591-4650 ext. 12, announced the IECA Board will study the bill sponsored by California Congressman, George Miller (HR 5876), after which they will explain the bill and its direct impact on IECA members. IECA will also suggest appropriate actions that members can take.

ARMBRUSTER LEAVES MONARCH SCHOOL
(May 28, 2008) Patrick McKenna, Founder of Monarch School, Heron, MT, 406-847-5095, announced Lori Armbruster resigned to pursue new opportunities. Lori joined Monarch School in September 2004.

CORE SOLUTIONS MARK TWO YEARS
(May 28, 2008) Randall Cook, Operations Manager for Core Solutions, Winchester, CA, 877-271-4427, announced Core Solutions celebrated its second anniversary. Core Solutions monitors and maintains private, secure online bulletin boards for school websites where parents access their student's schools online community, as well as the discussion forums for Woodbury Reports and NATSAP.

NATSAP SOUTHEAST REGIONAL DATES
(May 28, 20008) Sandy Schmiedeknecht, Aftercare & Alumni Coordinator for Eckerd Youth Alternatives, Clearwater, FL, 800-554-4357, announced the 2008 Southeast Regional NATSAP Conference will be held on Friday, October 24th. There will be a welcome reception held the evening of the 23rd.

OLIVERIAN SUMMER SESSION II
(May 29, 2008) Mike Doherty, Admissions Director for Oliverian School, Haverhill, NH, 603-989-5100, announced the second session of the Oliverian summer program begins July 20, 2008.

NATSAP PRESENTS TALKING POINTS
(May 30, 2008) Jan Moss Courtney, Executive Director of the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP), Prescott, AZ, 928-443-9505, submitted a letter from Donelyn Gamble, Parent Member of the NATSAP Alumni Advisory Council, which contained an introduction to HR 5876 and talking points that specifically covered parental concerns regarding the content of the bill. The letter can be found on StrugglingTeens.com.

APPRECIATION FOR FRIENDS OF FAMILIES
(June 1, 2008) Catherine Jennings, Executive Director at New Leaf Academy of North Carolina, Hendersonville, NC, 828-697-5029, announced she wrote a letter of endorsement for Friends of Families, an organization devoted to assisting the families of children in crisis, founded by James H. Powell, PhD, and Brandi Elliott. The letter is available on StrugglingTeens.com.

BECKET HOUSE AT WARREN TO OPEN
(June 2, 2008) Julie Gaffey, Marketing and PR for Becket Family of Services, Orford, NH, 603-359-5951, announced Becket's plans to open a new 8 - 10 bed residential program called the "Becket House at Warren." The program will be located at the current site of the Warren Village Inn in Warren, NH.

SCULLY JOINS SANTIAM CROSSING
(June 2, 2008) Kirsen Rostad, Director of Milieu Services at Santiam Crossing, Scio, OR, 503-394-4294, announced David Scully, LCSW, CADC, is the new Clinical and Family Services Manager at Santiam Crossing. David previously worked at Catherine Freer Wilderness Therapy Programs as the Coordinating Therapist.

BENCHMARK STUDENT HONORED
(June 2, 2008) Shelley Skaggs, Marketing & PR for Benchmark Young Adult School, Loma Linda, CA, 800-474-4848, announced Benchmark student, Morgan D., was recognized for his academic achievement this year with a Crafton Hills College Outstanding Student Award during a recent Honors Convocation ceremony. Morgan also serves as Benchmark's Student Government President, a peer leadership role in which he facilitates communications between staff and students at Benchmark.

ART THERAPY PROGRAM AT ECKERD BLUE RIDGE
(June 3, 2008) Tim McMahon, Director of Eckerd Academy of the Blue Ridge, Suches, GA, 706-747-1082, announced Eckerd Academy of the Blue Ridge is incorporating Art Therapy into their program, including visual art and land art with natural site-specific installations. Adrienne Cox directs this program and holds a BFA in Painting/Art from East Carolina University and a MFA in Visual Arts Painting from Clemson University.

EX-EMPLOYEES SUE THAYER LEARNING CENTER
(June 3, 2008) The Kansas City Star reported five former employees of Thayer Learning Center, Kidder, MO - who were previously sued by Thayer Learning Center in a case that was dropped - have sued for alleged malicious prosecution. Allegations of child abuse at Thayer Learning Center came to light when a 15-year-old teen died November 2004.

ARMBRUSTER AT SECOND NATURE
(June 3, 3008) Leah Halverson, Admissions Director for Second Nature, Duchesne, UT, 866-205-2500, announced Lori Armbruster joined the Admissions Team at Second Nature.

TIMBER RIDGE STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN RELAY FOR LIFE
(June 4, 2008) Virginia Short, Admissions Director for Timber Ridge Preparatory School for Girls, Clark Fork, ID, 208-777-1615, announced the girls at Timber Ridge Prep participated in the American Cancer Society Relay For Life in June. Girls requested pledges from friends and family to sponsor them in an overnight walk/ jog-a-thon and bake sale to help raise funds.

MUSINSKY RETIRES
(June 4, 2008) Bonny Musinsky of Musinsky & Associates, Weston, MA, 781-899-5759, announced her retirement, after being in practice for 20 years and a member of IECA since 1990, to care for her ailing husband. She wishes to thank her fellow IECA members for their generosity and friendship and support.

BLUEPRINT PARTNERS WITH PACIFIC QUEST
(June 5, 2008) Marmy Kodras, MBA, MPH, Marketing Director for Blueprint Education, Phoenix, AZ, 800-426-4952, announced Blueprint Education has partnered with Pacific Quest, Hilo, HI, to provide print-based curriculum to students.

NEW HAVEN FAMILY TRIP SUCCESSFUL
(June 5, 2008) Ari Terry, Admissions at New Haven RTC, Provo, UT, 801-794-1218, announced New Haven students and parents completed their seventh annual family river trip, which included rafting the Green River, exploring Native American petro glyphs, family therapy and camping for three days in the wilderness.

BLUEPRINT EDUCATION RE-ACCREDITED
(June 5, 2008) Marmy Kodras, MBA, MPH, Marketing Director for Blueprint Education, Phoenix, AZ, 800-426-4952, announced the accreditation by the Commission on International and Trans-Regional Accreditation (CITA) re-approved Blueprint for an additional five years. In addition, Blueprint Education announced that the organization was approved to offer high school courses in Montana for state-approved credit.

SUNRISE/ NEW HAVEN OFFERTRANSITION/ AFTERCARE
(June 5, 2008) Ari Terry, Admissions at New Haven RTC, Provo, UT, 801-794-1218, announced Sunrise and New Haven joined together to offer aftercare and transition services. Sarah Engler, LCSW will be the Director of Transition Services. Sarah has a BS in psychology from Brigham Young University, a double Masters in Social Work and Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

DAVENPORT/ FAHNESTOCK/ COWAN JOIN NEW HAVEN
(June 5, 2008) Ari Terry, Admissions at New Haven RTC, Provo, UT, 801-794-1218, announced additions/ promotions to the staff at New Haven. Janette Davenport, CTRS, CPCI, a primary therapist, graduated from BYU in Therapeutic Recreation, and has a Masters in Counseling Psychology and School Counseling from Central Washington University. Amanda Fahnestock was promoted to Lead Supervisor for the Sacagawea House on New Haven. Amanda graduated with a degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Colorado State. Finally, Ashley Cowan, TTRS, joined New Haven as an experiential therapist. She graduated from BYU with a degree in Therapeutic Recreation.

DAVILA OPENS AFTERCARE PRACTICE
(June 6, 2008) Mark Dávila, LICSW, Cambridge, MA, 617-771-0810, announced the opening of his private practice in psychotherapy. Dávila is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist and an Associate in Psychiatry in the Harvard Medical School. He has completed fellowships and advanced training programs with the Program for Psychotherapy at the Cambridge Hospital and with the American Psychoanalytic Association. Mark is a former graduate from Rocky Mountain Academy, a former CEDU school and a graduate of the Smith College School of Social Work in Northampton, MA, where he obtained a master's degree in social work. He graduated summa cum laude from Boston University in Boston, MA, with a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology.

SHORT VISITS WOODBURY REPORTS
(June 6, 2008) Virginia Short, Admissions Director for Timber Ridge Preparatory School for Girls, Clark Fork, ID, 208-777-1615, stopped by the Woodbury Reports office for a visit.

LIFE DEVELOPMENT SELECTED AS SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE
(June 6, 2008) Rob Crawford, CEO of Life Development Institute, Glendale, AZ, 623-773-2774, announced the Life Development Institute was selected as one of 17 National Schools of Excellence by the National Association of Special Education Teachers.

KNIGHT VISITS WOODBURY REPORTS
(June 6, 2008) Janice Knight, MEd, LPC, LSAC, Clinical Director of Wilderness Quest, Monticello, UT, 435-459-9223, stopped by the Woodbury Reports office while in north Idaho visiting local programs.

FUTURE MEN PARENT LETTER POSTED
(June 6, 2008) A thank you letter was submitted by a parent regarding Future Men, Kirbyville, MO, 417-546-4171. This letter is available in the Letters To The Editor on StrugglingTeens.com.

WINGATE WILDERNESS THERAPY OPENS
(June 9, 2008) Brad Matheson, Director of Admissions for WinGate Wilderness Therapy, Kanab, UT, 801-376-2880, announced WinGate Wilderness Therapy, a wilderness program for struggling youth ages 13-17, opened in June and is accepting applications. The WinGate Partners include Shayne Gallagher - Program Director, Scott Hess, LMFT - Clinical Director, Clark Hammond, PhD LMFT - Primary Wilderness Therapist, Amy Jeppesen, LCSW - Primary Wilderness Therapist, Brad Matheson - Admissions Director, Sheri Gallagher - Director of Operations and Tim Dupell - Founding Capital Partner.

RACZ VISITS WOODBURY REPORTS
(June 9, 2008) Devon Racz, National Outreach and Admissions Specialist for Bellefaire JCB, Shaker Heights, OH, 216-320-8317, travelled to Idaho to visit the Woodbury Reports office and staff, as well as other north Idaho programs.

REMUDA RANCH PUBLISHES BOOK
(June 9, 2008) Remuda Ranch, Wickenburg, AZ, 800-445-1900, announced they have published a book, Eating Disorders: A Handbook of Christian Treatment, a guide and handbook on eating disorders, which is available through Remuda Ranch.

BECKET STUDENTS HELP FISH AND GAME
(June 10, 2008) Julie Gaffey, Marketing and PR for Becket Family of Services, Orford, NH, 603-359-5951, announced Becket students recently helped NH Fish and Game stock local water supplies with Atlantic Salmon Fish Fry. Students volunteered as "bucket runners" carrying over 140,000 salmon fry (baby fish) to areas of the river that they are most likely to thrive.

ECKERD ACADEMY STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN YOGA
(June 10, 2008) Tom Denham, Director of Communications for Eckerd Youth Alternatives, Deer Lodge, TN, 727-461-1236, announced Rebecca Dennis, Director of Laughing Bodies Yoga and Pilate's studio, recently visited the Eckerd Academy at Deer Lodge campus to lead a class of yoga for students and staff members, as part of their wellness curriculum.

TURNABOUT/ STILLWATER RECEIVES NASET RECOGNITION
(June 11, 2008) Marilyn Prettyman, Principle at Stillwater Academy, Salt Lake City, UT, 866-359-4600, announced Stillwater Academy, an accredited private school linked with Turnabout, received recognition as a National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET) School of Excellence--the highest honor awarded a private special education school by NASET. Only 40 schools have been chosen as NASET Schools of Excellence for 2008-2009.

ALLDREDGE RECEIVES JCAHO ACCREDITATION
(June 11, 2008) Ashley Auchterlonie, Director of Marketing for Solacium, Orem, UT, 281-414-3026, announced Alldredge Wilderness Journey, Davis, WV, 281-414-3026, became one of the first wilderness programs in the country to receive a comprehensive accreditation from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).

EYA ACHIEVES NATIONAL ACCREDITATION
(June 12, 2008) Tom Denham, Director of Communications for Eckerd Youth Alternatives, Deer Lodge, TN, 727-461-1236, announced Eckerd Youth Alternatives (EYA) achieved national accreditation from the Council of Accreditation (COA) and Praesidium, the national leader in abuse risk management.

BENEFIT HELD FOR CHILD TO ATTEND WELLSPRING
(June 16, 2008) The Citizen Times, a news source in Ashville, NC, reported a local restaurant hosted a benefit titled "Table Talk, City Walk" a meal and walking tour, with proceeds going to an Ashville teen to attend Wellspring's health camp program.

CHEROKEE CREEK INTERNATIONAL STATUS
(June 16, 2008) Betsy Deane, Admissions Director for Cherokee Creek Boys School, Westminster, South Carolina, 864-647-1885, announced Cherokee Creek Boys School was approved for I-20 status by SEVIS (Student and Exchange Visitor Information System).

O'DONNELL RETURNS TO SUWS
(June 16, 2008) Kathy Rex, Executive Director at SUWS Adolescent and Youth Program, Shoshone, ID, 208-886-2363, announced Justine O'Donnell, a Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology, completed her doctorate at Pacific University and is returning to SUWS. O'Donnell previously worked at SUWS for six years.

CONGRESSIONAL STAFF VISIT SILVERADO
(June 16, 2008) Denise Westman, Director of Admissions at Silverado Boys Ranch, Panguitch, UT, 435-676-8482, announced Michael Empey, Southern Utah Field Representative for Congressman Jim Matheson, and Bryan Thiriot, Southern Utah Area Director for Senator Bob Bennett visited Silverado Boys Ranch. They met with Kreg Gillman, Silverado's Executive Director, to discuss the HR 5876 (the Miller bill) and the potential effects of the bill on Congressman Matheson's congressional district and the state of Utah in general.

NEW HAVEN WINS UTAH'S BEST OF STATE AWARD
(June 16, 2008) Ari Terry, Admissions at New Haven RTC, Provo, UT, 801-794-1218, announced
New Haven RTC won the Utah's Best of State Award in the category of Youth Treatment Center and was honored at a black-tie dinner. Nominees for the Best of State Award are judged in three areas: service to the community, innovation, and overall excellence.

DISCOVERY ACADEMY ACADEMIC CENTER OPENS
(June 16, 2008) Mari Allman, Admissions at Discovery Academy, Provo, UT, 801-374-2121, announced the commencement celebration for the opening of their new Academic Center will be July 29, 2008.

WHY ANASAZI WORKS
(June 16, 2008) The Anasazi Foundation, Mesa, AZ, 480-892-7403 published an article written by C. Terry Warner, Chairman of the Arbinger Institute, titled Don't Fix Them; Let the Goodness Come Out, explaining his perception of why the programs at Anasazi work.

BRANDI MILLOY TO HOST ANASAZI DINNER
(June 16, 2008) Virginia Robinson, Director of Admissions at ANASAZI Mesa, AZ, 800-678-3445, announced TV star Brandi Milloy, from Oprah's Big Give, will serve as emcee of ANASAZI'S November Scholarship Dinner. For reservations, contact ANASAZI.

COFFMAN JOINS PACIFIC QUEST
(June 16, 2008) Marney Sullivan, Admissions Director at Pacific Quest, Na'alehu, HI, 808-937-5806, announced Mary Beth Coffman, MSW, has joined the counseling team at Pacific Quest. Mary Beth has an undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Nevada and a Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Utah. She previously worked at Second Nature Wilderness program as a primary therapist for two years. In addition, Pacific Quest has added a new camp to accommodate 10 additional students, along with a new bunkhouse and kitchen.

GOVTRACK.US TRACKS HR 5876
(June 17, 2008) GovTrack.us, a private website, printed an overview of the progress of HR 5876, called the "Stop Child Abuse in Residential Programs for Teens Act of 2008," sponsored by Rep. George Miller (D-CA).

GREETINGS FROM NWA'S ADAM MCLAIN
(June 17, 2008) Dr. Adam McLain, Executive Director at Northwest Academy, Naples, ID, 877-882-0980, wrote a letter of greeting to colleagues as the new Executive Director at Northwest Academy. The letter is posted on StrugglingTeens.com.

AMERICAN IDOL CONTESTANT VISITS WEST RIDGE
(June 17, 2008) Wendy Ballard, Communications for West Ridge Academy, West Jordan, UT, 800-262-2697, announced David Archuleta visited the West Ridge campus to perform for the staff and students, and answer questions about his American Idol experience.

RAGLAND MARKETING DIRECTOR FOR GREENBRIER
(June 17, 2008) L. Jay Mitchell, President and Founder of Greenbrier Academy, Pence Springs, WV, 877-788-8422, announced Beth Ragland joined the team at Greenbrier Academy as the Director of Marketing. She has been in the marketing and management of programs for struggling teens since 1994, most recently at Elk River Wilderness.

WOODLAND SPRING LODGE JOINS NATSAP
(June 17, 2008) Marie McGeehan, Director of Communications, Woodland Spring Lodge, St. James, MO, 314-535-7911, announced Woodland Spring Lodge was accepted for membership by the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP).

BRINKMAN LEAVES NWA: THANKS FRIENDS
(June 17, 2008) David Brinkman, Ex-Admissions at Northwest Academy, Naples, ID, 877-882-0980, announced his departure from Northwest Academy and wanted to thank friends and colleagues for their support and friendship while working at Northwest Academy.

GREENBRIER ACADEMY GROWS
(June 17, 2008) Beth Ragland, Director of Marketing at Greenbrier Academy for Girls, Pence Springs, WV, 877-788-8422, announced Greenbrier Academy was accepted as a member of the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP). In addition, Greenbrier is moving forward in its educational accreditation process and is now a Candidate School, a pre-requisite for full accreditation, by the National Independent Private Schools Association (NIPSA).

RUDOLPH AIM HOUSE ADMISSIONS
(June 19, 2008) Daniel Conroy, CEO at AIM House, Boulder, CO, 303-554-0011, announced Kathy Shingler resigned her position as Admissions Director to move to Tucson, AZ. Jude Rudolph will pick up those responsibilities. Jude has worked as the Marketing Director for AIM House since January 2007.

REMUDA RANCH SEEKS EXPANSION
(June 19, 2008) Jena Savage, Chief Development Officer for Remuda Ranch, Wickenburg, AZ, 928-684-4252, announced Remuda is actively searching for a facility to house an additional Midwest location. Remuda Ranch provides Christian-based, intensive inpatient programs for eating disorders in Arizona and Virginia.

SERRATT CEO OF WILLOW SPRINGS
(June 20, 2008) Tricia Larmer, Executive Director of Business Development at Willow Springs Center, Reno, NV, 775-284-5477, announced Jim Serratt was appointed as Chief Executive Officer, of Willow Springs Center and Willow Springs Outpatient Services, replacing Scott York. Jim has a Master's from the University of Texas Tyler and previously worked at Willow Springs RTC from 2005-2007 as the Western Regional Director of Referral Development. In addition, Jim held leadership positions in Healthcare Administration for the past 20 years.

FAMILY FOUNDATION SCHOOL GRADUATES 44
(June 20, 2008) Robin Ducey, Principal of the Family Foundation School, Hancock, NY, 845-887-5213, announced 44 seniors received both Family Foundation School and New York State Regents diplomas at graduation ceremonies held in June. Family Foundation School awards diplomas in June and December, and this June's class was the largest in the school's 21-year history. Ducey also reported all graduates applied for, and were accepted to, a community college or a 4-year college or university. Also honored were thirteen students who completed the 18-month Family Foundation School character education curriculum, and have returned home to finish high school.

BETTON HOUSE GRADUATES SIX
(June 20, 2008) Michael A. and Roxanne Losicco, Directors-In-Residence at Betton House, Scranton, PA, 877-723-8866, announced the program ended its sixth semester of operations as a sober college dormitory, with six students successfully completing the six-month program and their first semester of college. One of the graduates will be moving into the dormitory at Marywood University in Scranton, and four others will transfer to colleges in Virginia, Ohio, Tennessee and New York City. The sixth will begin full-time work in Scranton.

NEW SUMMIT STUDENTS DANCE
(June 20, 2008) Heather Tracy, Admissions Director of New Summit Academy, Costa Rica, 414-921-1388, announced the students organized a school dance for local friends and families.

CHEROKEE CREEK CELEBRATES FIFTH ANNIVERSARY
(June 20, 2008) Beth Venable, Communication and Development Specialist for Cherokee Creek Boys School, Westminster, SC, 864-647-1885, announced the school recently celebrated its fifth anniversary.

NATSAP ANNOUNCES CALL FOR PAPERS DEADLINE
(June 20, 2008) Sean Fievet of Northstar Center, Bend, OR, 541-385-8657, and Conference Co-Chair for the Northwest Regional NATSAP Conference, announced the deadline of the Call for Papers is July 28, 2008. The application is available on the NATSAP website.

FFS RUNNERS COMPETE IN FUNDRAISER
(June 20, 2008) Ann Kozak, Marketing Specialist for the Family Foundation School, Hancock, NY, 845-887-5213, announced that 20 students and staff competed in a 5K race on June 14 to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of America. The Rhulen Rock Hill Run, a top local road race held in Rock Hill, NY, attracted a field of 700 runners. One FFS student earned 4th place overall in the 16- to 19-year old division.

HITCHCOCK VISITS WOODBURY REPORTS
(June 20, 2008) Greg Hitchcock of AIM House, Boulder, CO, 208-610-3044, stopped by the Woodbury Reports office for a visit.

NEWSWEEK SEEKING PARENTS/ ALUMNI
(June 26, 2008) Jennie Yabroff, writing for Newsweek, is researching for an in-depth and fair story on wilderness programs and therapeutic boarding schools. She wants to focus on the experience of girls and their families. Jennie would like to talk to parents who are anywhere in the process and want to share their story. Nobody will be quoted without his or her express permission. Jennie can be contacted at Jennie.Yabroff@newsweek.com or 212-445-5788.



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