|Posted by Roland R. Hansen on December 5, 2021 at 2:50 AM||comments (114)|
Midcourse Correction is a 46 hours short-term boot camp located in Michigan. While the program is shot, it still causes long-term consequences. This is Stacy's testimony:
Do not send your child here unless you want to mentally destroy them and forever scar them. Most people here reviewing five stars are people who worked there and naive parents who think this worked and fixed their children for them.
These people degrade you and make you feel wor...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Roland R. Hansen on October 24, 2021 at 4:00 AM||comments (36)|
This testimony was found on Google reviews. The author Ellen who originally wrote the testimony has all the rights to it
Throughout my time at Solstice, I had Jeff as a therapist. He insisted that I did not have an eating disorder despite my existing diagnosis and my intrusive thoughts pertaining to my body weight/shape/size, exercise, and food intake. Prior to admitting to Solstice I did not have compulsive exercise tendencies because I was too depressed and simp...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Roland R. Hansen on October 3, 2021 at 3:40 AM||comments (26)|
I haven't seen anyone really post about this school. But figured it's about time I speak up.
I was sent to several “therapeutic schools” to help resolve my problems. The truth is they did quite the opposite. The majority of my trauma came from the Glenholme school. So let’s talk about that. Looking at their brochures and websites it almost looks like a getaway. Go karts, equestrian, endless activities. But I can say that no fond memories came from that sc...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Roland R. Hansen on September 5, 2021 at 2:35 AM||comments (0)|
Oh my god. This place has made my life a living hell since 2015.
I arrived for eating disorder treatment in January 2015 and stayed for 6 weeks. During my stay, these things happened:
|Posted by Roland R. Hansen on August 8, 2021 at 2:30 AM||comments (138)|
I apologize in advance for how jumbled this is going to be.
I still remember the exact day that I was sent there. January 27, 2020. I woke up with my "mom" crying at me, saying that I was going to "one of those schools." I immediately jolted up in bed. The lights turned on and I saw a pair of huge men. One of them went to shake my hand, like it was no big deal that they came to abduct me from what I thought was a safe place... My own bedroom! At four in the morning! You mi...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Roland R. Hansen on July 4, 2021 at 8:50 AM||comments (51)|
|Posted by Roland R. Hansen on June 27, 2021 at 4:15 AM||comments (9)|
The facility has a long history. First Texas, then Montana when the authorities in Texas took interest in the facility. Some years ago they moved to Missouri when Montana look at new legislation which would mean that the place would under supervision from the authorities.
Hello, my name is Jordan Harrell. After reading a lot of the posts on this forum (both about the Anchor Academy and other homes) i decided i would try and share my experiences and what did/has happ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Roland R. Hansen on June 6, 2021 at 5:00 AM||comments (14)|
You child would be better off in a prison. The show they put on for our tour is NOTHING like the horrific life my daughter suffered there. As a parent I made a mistake of taking advice from an education consultant and a 8 week program helping my daughter deal with anxiety and depression.
She was NOT at risk for alcohol or drug abuse . She did not lie or steal and she did not harm herself or anyone else. I have heard from others that these "Wilderness " programs have...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Roland R. Hansen on May 9, 2021 at 8:50 AM||comments (36)|