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SafePassage: Happy Thanksgiving

From all of us at SafePassage Adolescent Services ® we take this moment and extend our heartfelt gratitude to all of the families we serve. We give thanks especially today for the trust you extend to our Agents; for our staff who answer the phones and handle logistics; and for the coaches that continue to...

SafePassage: Compass Rose Academy, Cloud and Townsend

Compass Rose Academy is all about helping families raise great kids. In additions to providing treatment for at-risk teenage girls, CRA Staff cares about seeing families succeed.  Troubled teenage girls receive help at CRA; and families find healing. When it comes to parenting and helping families become successful CRA suggests reading “Raising Great Kids” by...

SafePassage: Congratulations Amy Moor, Elk River Treatment Program

Congratulations are extended to Amy Moor, LPC, at The Pinnacle Schools Elk River Treatment Program (ERTP) for being selected for her 4th year in a row to present at the Alabama Counseling Association Annual Conference in Montgomery. More than 1200 of Amy’s closest industry colleagues at the conference will hear her introduce new coping-mechanisms and...

SafePassage: Parenting 101

The holidays are fast approaching and I need to ask you: what kind of parent will you be this year? Are you going to buy your daughter the newest most wonderful iPhone 6 in space gray to match her eyes because the screen on her present phone is cracked? Or… Will you look through your...

SafePassage – No Child Left Inside

Somebody’s not listening! What’s up with a young child being left alone in a locked car in the summer heat? In Merriam, Kansas last week KCTV5 News reported that a couple left a child inside a hot car while they went shopping. Anyone with a two active working brain cells knows this is wrong. Not only...

SafePassage: Junior

As I was checking out of the grocery store and in the lane next to me a young mom walked with her son over to look at the matchbox car display while grand-mom paid for the groceries. Then all of a sudden when the word “no” came out of mom’s mouth the tantrum ensued. The...