Sounds like they've been reading complaints and critiques at Fornits. They're saying all the 'right' things:
Residents have the right to confidentiality in both current and closed records. What happens in the home, or out of the home, will be kept private by staff and students.
Residents have the right to be treated with dignity, free from discrimination and coercion, and any type of treatment or intervention that is humiliating, forced physical exertion, or anything of a punitive fashion.
Residents have the right to voice a complaint or grievance without fear of reprisal on staffs part if they feel their rights have been violated.
Residents have the right to communicate by phone or mail to their family, caseworker, clergy, attorney, therapist, or physician.
Residents have the right to live in a clean, safe, and non-threatening environment with proper meals and clothing.
Residents have the right to receive medical and therapeutic services.
Residents have the right to be protected from potential harm or acts of violence by other residents or program staff.
Residents have the right of whether or not they choose to follow the rules of the program. Uh huh.
Residents have the right not to be physically or emotionally abused.
"An integral part of the Storm Ridge Program is the involvement that the youth have with the ?Ranch? . The youth are expected to participate in the everyday running of the ranch including the care and upkeep of animals and livestock, horticultural activities, as well as general upkeep and mai"
Hmm.. guess that is maintenance? It just stops, mid word. Sounds like another ranch acquiring free labor from the kids, some apparently court ordered. Big on work ethic.
I found nothing on the director and owner
Richard and Mary Ann Larsen