Elements Wilderness Program
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Elements is a program that FamilyLight sm holds in high regard. We are currently placing abbreviated reviews on as many high quality schools and programs as possible, in response to the utilization pattern we see on this website. We want to indicate our confidence in as many good programs as possible, planning to return with more detail later.
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Briefly, this is a recent creation operated by three of the most capable people formerly with Second Nature. Working with a population less likely to present as severe pathology, they are able to stay reasonably priced, much lower than most of the competition, maintaining high quality service to students and parents alike. FamilyLightsm has referred to Elements and has excellent experience.
Elements is distinguished by keeping costs down, not staffing for the most extremely complex and difficult to manage kids. As a result all those the to admit get an experience as good as that offered in the more expensive programs with their parents taking advantage of cost savings by not having to pay costs of services used only by a few of the most extreme participants.
One special offering worth noting is the use of the Seven Challenges approach to intervening with substance abuse.
While you wait for us to present a more complete review, please look around this website. Look at our Guidelines -- a fairly comprehensive statement of what we believe quality is all about. If you come to a search and planning process with limited experience, this is an opportunity for you to find some principles to measure schools and programs against.
Feedback is invited. We will publish feedback in good taste. Email FamilyLightResponse@yahoo.com
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Last updated 1-8-2011
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