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Santiam Crossing School, Treatment Facility  in Scio
“Santiam Crossing School provides families with a treatment option that is less than one year in length, therapeutically intensive, and enables students to catch up academically. The curriculum integrates academics, therapy, wilderness adventure experiences, and service learning. All aspects of the program are designed to engage students in the process of understanding themselves and appreciating their families. Appropriate candidates for Santiam Crossing School are adolescents ages 13 to 18 who are exhibiting negative behaviors and struggling with a variety of emotional issues including depression and hopelessness, grief and loss, adoption and attachment issues, attention problems, impulsivity, anxiety, as well as, self-destructive behaviors such as substance abuse, academic decline, defiance, lack of motivation, and poor family and peer relationships. Attending a wilderness therapy program is a pre-requisite for enrollment.
(503) 388-9128
Scio, Oregon 97374
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