Alpine Boys Ranch

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Alpine Boys Ranch was a behavior modification facility located near Plain, Washington.

History[redigér]

The facility began to detain at-risk teenagers in 1979.

They closed down in 2003 after loosing a lawsuit from the parents of a boy - Joseph D. Bolt, who 17 years of age died after leaving the ranch without supervision.

The facilities was sold to a Christian group called YD Adventures, who renamed the ranch.

Program structure[redigér]

- no information available at the present time -

News[redigér]

17 year old Joseph D. Bolt downed after running away on a camping trip <ref name="strugg">Update on Alpine’s Boys Ranch: Who Said What, By Elaine Rising, Strugglingteens.com - industry marketing firm</Ref>. Lawsuits and increased regulation made the facility focus on a related targetgroup <Ref>Article: Alpine Boys Ranch Splits With State Department, Yakima Herald-Republic, October 21, 2001 (Re-print from Highbeam reserach)</Ref>.

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