TEENS IN CRISIS COLLABORATIVE
Saving Teens Looks For Needy Families To
R. Abreu, Executive Director
September 8, 2006
Thanks to the generosity of private donors and a grant of $100,000
from the federal government, Saving Teens In Crisis Collaborative
(STICC) has raised enough money to begin saving teens.
STICC is looking for suitable families, who will be funded through
an 18-20 month, long-term recovery program, including wilderness
therapy and a therapeutic boarding school. Families will
also receive support through the Saving Teens network of parents
who have already gone through such a process.
To apply, the teen must be no older than 16 years of age.
Parents or referring parties must contact one of the following
Educational Consultants who are working with Saving Teens: