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New Lifestyles is marketed as a treatment program where teenagers over 18 can prepare themselves for the real life.
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New Lifestyles was marketed as a treatment program where teenagers over 18 could prepare themselves for the real life.
  
The program takes a year <ref>[http://natsap.org/program_details.asp?id=104 Datasheet] at [[NATSAP]]</ref>
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The program took a year <ref>[http://natsap.org/program_details.asp?id=104 Datasheet] at [[NATSAP]]</ref>
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The program closed 2015 <ref>[https://www.allkindsoftherapy.com/blog/new-lifestyles-young-adult-announces-close New Lifestyles Announces It Will Close December 20, 2015]</ref>
  
 
==Program structure==
 
==Program structure==
 
===Living conditions===
 
===Living conditions===
The young adults live in one of six homes which is located within the Winchester community. All the houses have video cameras monitoring all but the sleeping rooms.
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The young adults lived in one of six homes which is located within the Winchester community. All the houses had video cameras monitoring all but the sleeping rooms.
 
===Education===
 
===Education===
The young adults can take a high school degree, a GED test or attend a community college and a local University. Beside school there are jobs options. "Volunteering" or unpaid work assignments are also listed but it is not stated whether is forced unpaid labor.
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The young adults could take a high school degree, a GED test or attend a community college and a local University. Beside school there were jobs options. "Volunteering" or unpaid work assignments were also listed but it was not stated whether it was forced unpaid labor.
  
  
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*Info: [http://www.nvdaily.com/lifestyle/2009/03/overcoming-fear.html Overcoming fear], By Josette Keelor, NVdaily, January 3, 2010
 
*Info: [http://www.nvdaily.com/lifestyle/2009/03/overcoming-fear.html Overcoming fear], By Josette Keelor, NVdaily, January 3, 2010
 
===Message boards===
 
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*Forum: [http://www.fornits.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=22472 Indepent Small Programs Alliance], a thread on the Fornits Home for Wayward Web Fora
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*Forum: [http://www.fornits.com/phpbb/index.php?topic=22472.0 Indepent Small Programs Alliance], a thread on the Fornits Home for Wayward Web Fora
  
 
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Current status Open
http://www.secretprisonsforteens.dk/images/Detainees.gif | }} Capacity | }} 18 | }}
Checked December 24, 2017
http://www.secretprisonsforteens.dk/images/Open.gif | }} Opened | }} 1985 | }}
http://www.secretprisonsforteens.dk/images/Close.gif | }} Closed | }} 2015 | }}

New Lifestyles was marketed as a treatment program where teenagers over 18 could prepare themselves for the real life.

The program took a year <ref>Datasheet at NATSAP</ref>

The program closed 2015 <ref>New Lifestyles Announces It Will Close December 20, 2015</ref>

Program structure[redigér]

Living conditions[redigér]

The young adults lived in one of six homes which is located within the Winchester community. All the houses had video cameras monitoring all but the sleeping rooms.

Education[redigér]

The young adults could take a high school degree, a GED test or attend a community college and a local University. Beside school there were jobs options. "Volunteering" or unpaid work assignments were also listed but it was not stated whether it was forced unpaid labor.


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