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Since 2001 we’ve been educating parents about the teen-help industry.

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Tina P., SC

Sue, Thank you so much. It is awesome that you spend your time educating other parents to avoid what you and your daughter went through.

Ned L., MD

Sue, This is very overdue! Thank you for your extremely prompt reply to my December call.  I am very happy to tell you that our son has been at [---] since [---].  WE LOVE [---] and KNOW IT IS WHERE HE BELONGS!!!  We love his therapist who is a phenomenal advocate for our son.  We know he will eventually get where he needs to be! I have shared your name with many people. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your guidance and support at a time when we desperately needed a guiding light!

Samuel, NJ

Dear Sue, I wanted to give you an update.  Our daughter is at [name-redacted].  The first  month or so was quite traumatic for all until the first family weekend when we saw her and then things seemed to settle. Since then, the experience has brought our family together in a way we could not have imagined. She has embraced this challenge and has grown tremendously, both personally and academically.  She is safe and we are finding our daughter again. We could not have made a better decision.  Thank you again for your guidance.

David B., IA

Hi Sue, Your knowledge has been extremely valuable. It is hard for us to express our gratitude for what you are doing. Your help is invaluable to a lot of other parents in need and us.

Carol C., CO

Dear Sue, We had been researching straight for the last 3 days and on and off for months. Thanks for helping us get the information we need to help our daughter. It has been nothing but frustrating and quite frankly, frightening, until we found your site and spoke with you.

Patty N., IN

Dear Sue, I just wanted to thank you for your willingness to help my family.  I don't know where we would be right now if I hadn't found your organization's website.  I even told my therapist about it, so she can recommend it to other desperate parents!  Thank you again for your help.

Lucy B., NC

Dear Sue, Thank you so much for the quick response. I truly appreciate your input and advice.

Victoria W., CA

Dear Sue, My family is so grateful that you have helped guide us in finding the right support for [our son]. We just want him to be happy, healthy and a functioning adult in the years to come!

Theresa P., NY

Dear Sue, Good morning. I just wanted to reach out again and thank you for your help for our son. I don’t know how this will end, but I have to say, it cannot be any worse than what he was doing at home. At least for the next several months, I won’t be wondering where he is, who his is with and what he is doing. Again, I just want to thank you again for all of your assistance.

Liz H., VA

Dear Sue, I cannot thank you enough for your time talking today and your resources. I would never have even known about so many options if it wasn’t for you and your incredible service for families in need. I will be forever grateful to you!

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