Project PATCH

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Project PATCH (Planned Assistance for Troubled Children) is a behavior modification facility marketed as a Christian boarding school located in Garden Valley, Idaho <Ref>The facility on Google maps</Ref>

The program was founded by Tom and Bonnie Sanford in 1984 <Ref name="A1">Program homepage</Ref>.

They can detain an average of 32 detainees of both genders <Ref name=A1/>.

The stay is 12 months average <Ref name=A1/>.

Program structure[redigér]

The program use a level system.

In the news[redigér]

A supervisor at the facility was arrested on charges of lewd conduct and for letting a runaway teen stay with him <ref>Man accused of lewd conduct with teen worked in youth facility, by Nishi Gupta, KTVB, December 15, 2009</ref>. The supervisor was later convicted to 20 years in prison <ref>Boise man who had sex with runaway girl gets 20 years, KTVB, April 9, 2010</ref>

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