THREE SPRINGS COURTLAND EXPANDS FACILITY
Dombrowski, Communications Manager
April 04, 2006 - Huntsville, Ala. – In response to increasing
demand for therapeutic services, Three Springs Courtland announced
today the expansion of its intensive residential adolescent treatment
The three month construction project added room for seven additional
children, ages 12 to 18, increasing the number of beds from 39
to 46. Those beds are now available to boys in need of residential
“I am very excited about the expansion of our facility - this
allows us to serve a greater number of youth who are in need
of our help,” said Administrator Greg Graham. “The staff at Courtland
is very caring and devoted to the treatment of these boys.”
The program at Courtland provides two distinct therapeutic services;
one provides treatment for boys with severe emotional and behavioral
disorders. The other service provides treatment for boys who
exhibit inappropriate sexual behavior. The two distinct populations
are separated from each other and each receives treatment specific
to their needs as administered by qualified staff members including
teachers, therapists, counselors and nurses.
“With the additional bed space, we can provide more boys with
the help they need,” continued Graham. “After successful treatment,
these children have a greater chance of living productive lives.”
Three Springs is a nationally recognized leader in youth services,
founded in 1985 to provide therapy and education to adolescents
experiencing emotional, behavioral and learning problems.
Operating year-round, Three Springs helps children develop positively
by providing therapy and education in a structured environment.
Located on more than 20 different campuses in ten states, Three
Springs is a trusted and respected resource for helping adolescents
deal with serious problems.