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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!

Julie M., WA

Dear Sue, I cannot tell you how appreciative I am for your help. I was feeling so alone and powerless with what has been going on with my son.  His entire life has been sleeping all day, skipping school and going out to hang and get high with his friends.  Nothing else interested him.  I looked up boarding schools on line and their websites looked great, but I would find student accounts of how horrible they had been treated.  Beatings by staff and residents, electrocution, and other things that I think are more damaging than helpful.  You responded to my email.  You helped me sort through all the false websites and I am eternally grateful.  I am relieved. Thank you very much.

Erin C., FL

Dear Sue, I can not thank you enough for the conversation we had last week. I was a desperate mother and I really appreciated your insight and resources. -Erin, FL

Sandra M., NC

Dear Sue, Since we last spoke, things snowballed quickly and I had to act fast. He had moved from weed to pills and was out of control. As a mother my heart was shattered to see him like that but he is safe now thank god! His actions made it slightly easier to make this decision to SAVE HIS LIFE! I truly believe we barely made it. So, I just wanted to say thank you so much for EVERYTHING YOU DID TO HELP ME FIND (name removed for privacy)!! You are a true angel to help families as mine in such a critical moment in our lives! You played such a BIG part with all this and to save my baby has no price! Thank you, thank you, thank you! God Bless You my dear for all your help and all you do!

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