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

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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!

Nancy F., FL

Dear Sue, I wanted to reach out to say thanks for the help.  Thanks for taking the time to walk me through your experience and offer me some options.  I desperately needed your help and will be forever grateful for the time you spent with me.

Lisa E., OH

Thank you over and over again. I am still reading the many wonderful articles you have on this fantastic website. ...You are a blessing in your efforts and success in helping families, single moms, and others who feel desperate as I do when time is running out.

Donna J., SC

I am so thankful that there is a resource such as your organization out there, for parents like myself. I am especially thankful that you were not another resource that wanted to charge me a large fee to help me find help in a desperate situation

Lori S., CT

I appreciate the information, and its nice to know there are great resources out there when a parent is in a desperate (and very emotional) situation.

Renee S., FL

I just wanted to drop you a quick e-mail to thank you so very much for your quick response to my cry for help. I feel a sense of relief just knowing that there are options out there....

Nikki A., NY

Thank you for the information.... Marie was very helpful.

David N., IL

...With your help, I chose (name withheld).....Thank you for your help, I couldn't have done this as effectively or as quickly without your help. If there's anything I can do to help you guys out, let me know.

Ibrahim S., FL

Dear Sue. Thank you for your quick response and kind words..... I also appreciate your kind words. May Almighty God help us as parents support our children through the many challenges of this present world. God bless and guide us all to the best in this life and the hereafter.

Bridget L., MN

Dear Sue, Thank you for your quick reply. I contacted Marie today and she was wonderful to speak with. We are looking into the facilities she suggested. Thank you so much for your help.

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