July, 21 2017
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Pilot Program in New York to Help Troubled Teens
A pilot program to help troubled teens control destructive behavior by building skills in small groups is being funded with $30,000 in grants from Ronald McDonald House Charities.
The McDonald grants will fund the test therapy at St. Christopher's, Inc., a non-profit residential treatment center for troubled youth with depression, impulsive behavior and other personality disorders including substance abuse.
This Troubled Teen Program's Goal
The goal of the pilot program is to lessen the negative behavior that interferes with the students' quality of life and help the troubled teens build skills that improve the way they cope with challenges.
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