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Diamond Ranch Academy

Dear Parents,

It has come to our attention that Diamond Ranch Academy is attempting to use our good name in their marketing — since they know parents, that have had negative experiences with them, have reported back to us.

We are a parent advocacy organization. Since 2001 we have received feedback from thousands of families about different programs and schools across the country (and globe). Some good and some not so good. As a parent that had a daughter in a teen help program many years ago, I know what can go very wrong.  I also know what it’s like to be at your wit’s end and need help.

I know the red flags, I know when we have disgruntled parents and I know when programs are scrambling to make things seem differently than they are.

Do you diligence if you’re searching for a residential placement for your teenager.

Personally, I’m appalled they have stooped to this level. I have raised many more red flags with Diamond Ranch Academy at this point.

Sincerely,

Sue Scheff

Founder, Parents Universal Resource Experts

 

 

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