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P.U.R.E.™ never promotes, refers, or recommends anyone to boot camps. There are safe alternatives to boot camps.

We believe in building our teens back up, not breaking them down. Many teens are suffering with low self esteem, which can lead to negative behavior. Placing a defiant and negative child into a potentially punitive environment such as a boot camp, you risk having your child return home with more anger and resentment. This rage is usually targeted at the person who placed them there– the parent.

canstockphoto24014719We believe in locating positive, encouraging and safe schools and programs to build your teen’s self confidence, to make better choices and determine where the negative behavior is stemming from. With this emotional growth, your teen and your family can start healing towards a content, happy and healthy home life as well as academic achievement.

As parents, it is our responsibility to find a school or program that will instill positive values, educate our teens, and help our children through the difficult times they were having at home and/or school. It is time to bring the family back together.

P.U.R.E.™ invites you to fill out a free consultation form for more information on finding the appropriate help for your teen.

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