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The Troubled Teen Industry / Keith C. Russell
« on: October 07, 2007, 01:51:22 PM »
Keith C. Russell, Ph. D., of the University of Idaho's Wilderness Research Center.  I am thinking...another name to add to the list.  This was taken from Outbacks program site.

Romney in the O.C. Sept. 23rd  
Please join Governor Mitt Romney for an “Ask Mitt Anythingâ€

Anyone following this story?  You know he was Co-Chair for Mitt Romney's presidential camp, until he was forced to step down over this latest bit of news.  For more information you can go to, which by the way, this is a great site to follow.  These guys are vicious and good at what they do.  Hint, hint, if someone hasn't done so already, this might be another good place to send your information, and newsworthy articles, like Romney's connection to WWASP, etc.  Knowledge is power.

The Troubled Teen Industry / SAI Bootcamp
« on: August 06, 2007, 01:56:58 PM »
Saw this on DTIME this morning, Dishnetworks channel 192.


« on: August 01, 2007, 07:36:36 PM »
I wouldn't have believed it myself, but type in Google:  Bodin and CAICA, and Isaccorp comes up.  It wouldn't give me properties so here it is, with Pure, CAICA, and Bodin listed on the top right as referring agencies and Partners as a warning I think.  Is this the changes they were talking about?

Facility Question and Answers / Ironwood
« on: August 01, 2007, 04:42:04 PM »
Is anyone familiar with thiFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
January 29, 2007
For more information please contact:
Donna Crowley
New Line Media
(800) 597-1186

“Today’s Family” to feature IRONWOOD

Deerfield Beach, FL - New Line Media is pleased to announce the selection of Ironwood, for its innovative, educational television series, Today’s Family. This residential treatment facility for troubled teens, will be featured in a segment on “Touching Hearts and Changing Lives,” as part of the “Getting Involved Series.”

Peer pressure, substance abuse, depression and anxiety disorders are just a few of the issues that trouble teens today. With problems reaching epidemic proportions, parents are being forced to face immediate and crucial decisions. The good news is that there’s a wide variety of assistance available for families facing these critical issues.

Sharing the personal journey of Ironwood founders, Rodney and Marion Rodrigue, and their daughter, Courtney, the feature will bring a message of hope to struggling teens and their families. It will also introduce viewers to the many programs offered at Ironwood.

“We believe that teens can acquire the self-reliance and self-respect to change their behavior and re-engage with their families through therapeutic intervention, self-reflection, simple living, discipline, and hard work,” says Rodney Rodrigue. “We help the troubled teen learn to make changes and develop daily living skills that will allow them to live a better life as a vital, contributing family member,” Marion Rodrigue adds.

Located in rural mid-coast Maine, amid a verdant 6,000-acre preserve, hearts are being touched and lives are being changed at Ironwood’s 500-acre working farm. Once the permanent residence of the Rodrigue family, it now serves as a home away from home for troubled teens between the ages of 13 and 18.

The unique location gives struggling teens and their families an ideal environment in which to bring about positive, long-lasting change. A multi-level, reward-based program with a wilderness component, Ironwood has a fully accredited educational program, in which students will progress academically, utilizing multi-faceted experiential programs and core academic offerings.

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