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At Future Men, Brendan has matured. He helps without asking. He has learned to work. The apprenticeship has improved his skills. He has learned to make friends with non-musicians. He has gained 20 pounds and looks much healthier. His depression is managed. He has been pushed to do new things, to live a higher life. Much wisdom and Biblical counsel has been sown into him and we believe a harvest is coming.

It is hard to believe that this chapter is almost over. While we will miss Future Men, we are grateful. We continue to pray God’s good work in that place. May the Lord guide you in ministering effectively to the students in your care.

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Should you need help finding school placement, homes for troubled boys, military academies, reform schools or boarding schools, please let us know. This is among therapeutic boarding schools with teen counseling to improve behavior problems of teenagers struggling with anger, oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), attention deficit, attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), substance abuse, depression, reactive attachment disorder (RAD), intermittent explosive disorder (IED), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), eating disorders, self-harm, or rebellion. For a troubled teenager, rather than seeking military schools, better and longer lasting help can be found from Christian boarding schools like Future Men. When looking into boarding schools for troubled teens, it is important to know the distinction between all the different types of programs. Probably the most common of these alternative schools are the therapeutic boarding schools. Specifically designed for at-risk teens, these programs, sometimes called reform schools, combine therapy with academics to help kids get back on track. For religious families, a Christian boarding school that works with troubled teens may be the best option.

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