CALO - Change Academy Lake of the Ozarks

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Current status Open | }} Capacity | }} 47 | }}
Checked October 2, 2011 | }} Opened | }} 2007 | }} | }} Closed | }} | }}

CALO - Change Academy Lake of the Ozarks is a behavior modification program located on Verbena Road, Lake Ozark, Missouri <Ref>The area around the facility on Google maps</Ref>

The program was founded in 2007 <Ref name="NATSAP">Datasheet on the NATSAP server</Ref>

They can detain 48 teenagers <Ref name=NATSAP/>

The length of the program is 12-18 months <Ref name=NATSAP/>

Program Structure

The program has 4 levels<ref>Our Attachment Treatment Model, homepage of the program</ref>. They are named:

Level Name Issues which are in focus
Trust of Care (The Sun) Create the beginnings of trust in students
Help the students have humility and vulnerability during their treatment by creating a safe physical dependence on CALO staff
Meet the physical needs of each student with the belief that fairness is getting what you need, not what you earn
Trust of Control (The Earth) P.L.A.C.E. (Playful, Loving, Accepting, Curious, and Empathetic), Connection-Break-Repair (cycle of a healthy relationship), Vulnerability, Rhythm Control, Transferable Attachment (using canines), Cycles/Patterns, Closeness vs. consequence, Time-in vs. Time-out, Emotional “holding” (figurative not literal holding), Acceptance during exploration, Healing from past, Core beliefs, Give students permission to feel without violence, Shame (person) vs. Guilt (behavior), Modeling, Accept students on their level (emotional, mental, spiritual, etc.), Safe touch
Trust of Self (The Water) Self-regulation, Autonomy without power/control struggles, Asking & seeking for closeness, Self-reflection, Practicing a healthier working model, Preparing for home life, Less sabotage
Interdependence (The Tree) Empathy, Integrated, healthy working model, Reciprocity, Desire to repair breaks in relationships, Realizes that treatment never ends: “Manage” vs. “Cure”, Systemic thought


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