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Discussion of this nomination can be found on the talk page. Treatment research lacks good science and questionable effectiveness in Aspen Education Group’s programmes. December 1997 as a spin-off of College Health Enterprises. In the 2009 timeframe Aspen closed six programs. In March 2011, Aspen announced its intention to close five programs and consolidate three others citing “reduced demand for therapeutic schools and programs in today’s economy”.
Active programs are listed in the table below, sortable by name, type or location. National Association of Therapeutic Wilderness Camping. Co-educational, residential, summer camps for children and young adults who have special needs such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Pervasive developmental disorder, and cognitive impairment. 28 with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders, combining traditional counseling, wilderness experiences and a 12-step program. Aspen Achievement Academy merged into Outback Therapeutic Expeditions March 2011. Summer Camps for Teens with asperger syndrome, nonverbal learning disorder, high-functioning autism and similar autism spectrum disorders.
Short-term coeducational therapy program, with a Christian-based philosophy, licensed as a residential treatment center and located on a working cattle ranch. Provides mental health and chemical dependency diagnosis. Academic services include the opportunity to do online classes with BYU if qualified. Must enter at least 90 days before 18th birthday. A “character-development wilderness program for troubled teens”. An average stay of 45 days, using a dense forest environment for the hikes.