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2010-04-08 23:23:27
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There are several boarding schools and troubled teen programs in new york cities. There are even military schools for troubled teens. Its up to the parent to find the right school for their teen.

I would check out My Troubled Teen. They are an organization that refers parents to boarding schools in their local area. Check out the New York section of their website here:


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