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The deterioration of our society has been known for a long time now Everyone knows that without a major movement of some sort there is little hope for our future Every day 1439 teens will attempt suicide 2795 teen girls will become pregnant 15006 will use drugs for the first time and 3506 teens will run away Those are some large and scary numbers Because of numbers like those parents everywhere are searching for help Anything that can prevent their little baby to become jus part of the statistics The question is however where There are many programs out there but how much exactly does it help The question would be next to impossible to answer in a factual manner If ever answered it would all just be opinions and whatever the answer may be will result in a lot of controversy Therefore I will not try to answer either of it instead I will attempt to give you a view of what exactly a program is like and facts of what has happened within those Behavioral Adjustment programs are the second fastest growing industry next to jails There are hundreds and hundreds of them around the country and another couple located outside of the country Each containing hundreds of the so called future of America Many are there for petty things such as running away arguments minor drug use and simple delinquency acts By petty I dont mean to down grade the seriousness of drug use or running away These are very dangerous indeed and can create major amount of damage to the future of these kids lives I use petty simply for a lack of a better word Few at the programs I was at actually had charges against them Most come from broken homes In fact 85 percent1 of the kids at the Cross Creek Center facility came from either a divorced separated step or adopted family Many of the kids were
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