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Sharon Laney Recieves NATSAP Leadership Award

(February 22, 2010 - Huntsville, AL) Sharon Laney, VP of Operations for the Private Division of Sequel TSI (Three Springs), was honored at the annual National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs conference which was held in La Jolla, California on January 27-30, 2010. Each year during the conference the “Leadership Award” is presented to someone in the Private School and Program Industry that displays exemplary participation, leadership, communication and dedication to the Industry.

Sequel Youth and Family Services Acquires Three Springs Inc.

(Huntsville, AL) Sequel Youth and Family Services (“Sequel”; www.sequelyouthservices.com) is pleased to announce the acquisition of Three Springs, Inc. (“TSI”; www.threesprings.com), a leading provider of specialized behavioral health treatment for adolescents.

Three Springs Inc., headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, is a strategic and valued addition to Sequel.

Three Springs North Carolina Announces Plan for Expansion of Services

(Pittsboro, NC – September 14, 2009) Three Springs of North Carolina announced today that they are planning to expand programming on campus. The campus currently provides programming in an outdoor therapeutic setting. Existing services will be enhanced to provide innovative and progressive adolescent treatment services.

Three Springs Foundation Announces Scholarship Awards

(Huntsville, AL – September 14, 2009) The Board of Trustees for The Foundation has announced that the following scholarships have been awarded: Six returning applicants were awarded totaling $4,454 in Spring 2009. Fall 2009 Scholarships included three newly enrolled Freshman who were awarded scholarships totaling $1500, with $500 awarded to each individual. Three returning applicants were also awarded scholarships totaling $2,500

2008 at New Dominion Boys and Girls School - No Drinking Water Violations

According to the Department of Health for the State of Virginia, New Dominion Boys and Girls School did not incur any drinking water violations for 2008 at either facility. http://www.threesprings.com/newsroom/articles Further reference is available on page 4 of the report.

Three Springs Paint Rock Valley's 24th Annual Open House Highlights Local History

(Trenton, AL – June 13, 2009) Three Springs Paint Rock Valley held its 24th Annual Open House on June 13, 2009. Program Administrator, Sharon Laney opened the ceremony by highlighting the history of the Paint Rock Valley Community. "located on the property of Paint Rock Valley, she explained, "are three natural springs that bubble up and come together creating a single spring." According to Ms. Laney, “this discovery led us to choose the name, Three Springs for our company.” Paint Rock Valley has a 20 year history of providing outdoor therapeutic services for youth.

Auldern Academy Announces Seven Graduates

(Siler City, NC – June 12, 2009) On May 23, under the blue skies of North Carolina, 7 girls made the promenade walk around the lake to the site of their high school graduation. Following in Auldern’s tradition, they were dressed in white, carried yellow lilies and were led in the processional by a bag piper. The seven young women who arrived at Auldern were honored as they crossed the bridge between adolescence and young adulthood as marked by the fulfillment of their dreams of high school graduation.

Auldern Academy Introduces New Art Teacher

Siler City – June 1, 2009

Auldern Academy is excited to announce that Lee R. Leal will be joining the faculty as head of the Art Department. Mr. Leal has a rich background with experiences as both a producer of his own art and as a teacher of art in many fine private settings. Mr. Leal obtained his MFA from the University of Delaware, which is one of the country’s finest art programs.

Three Springs Daytona Sex Offender Transition Program Highlighted on the Florida Capital Steps

Daytona, FL – April 23, 2009

The Daytona Sex Offender Transition program was highlighted in a presentation to the Senate Committee on Civil and Criminal Justice Appropriation chaired by Senator Crist from Hillsborough/Pasco Counties on April 20, 2009. The goal of the program is to provide youth with an independent living setting or intense treatment to facilitate family reunification.

Paint Rock Valley Shares Parent Ceremony Experiences

Huntsville, AL – April 10, 2009

At Paint Rock Valley, an exciting part of our programming allows families to work on their individual issues while their son or daughter is in treatment.