Alamar Ranch is a project to establish a behavior modification facility in Boise County, Idaho.
When they are opening the facility, they will be able to detain 72 teenagers aged 12 to 17.
In the news[redigér]
The project has created a lot of protests. In April 2007 they made a press release, where they state that they have found a new location for the facility<Ref> Press release on strugglingteens.com - industry marketing firm. </Ref> <Ref>Open and Shut, As Franklin House struggles, Alamar Ranch considers a new application, BY Peter Wollheim, Boise Weekly, February 28 2007</Ref>.
- The project was cancelled. The developers sued the county and won in court. It is not known whether the decision was appealled <ref>County hit with $4 million verdict for obstructing home for troubled teens, by Betsy, The Spokesman-Review, December 20, 2010</ref>
- Info: Program Homepage
- Info: No Alamar Ranch
- Forum: Alamar Ranch- Idaho, a thread on Fornits webforum