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2 Contents Mission/Vision Statement 1 Chairman s Message 2 President s Message 3 About WestCare 4 Arizona 6-7 California 8-9 GulfCoast Florida Georgia Illinois Kentucky Nevada South Florida/Keys U.S. Virgin Islands Financial Summary Board of Directors 30 Foundation Board of Directors 32 Regional Offices 34 Community Support 36

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4 Chairman s Message As I reflect on my tenure as Chair of the WestCare Foundation Board, I realized that I am still amazed at the dedication of our 1100 employees and hundreds of volunteers who provide health and human services to adults, youth, adolescents and families in need at 87 different facility sites. Volunteers are the key to a successful non-profit organization. From our 30-bed homeless shelter in the Appalachian Mountains of Kentucky to the 950 treatment beds at the Sheridan Correctional Facility in Illinois, and from 33 beds in the Florida Keys to 584 beds in California, each WestCare volunteer unselfishly and willingly brings their own unique skills, perspectives and commitment to provide countless hours of their time to "uplift the human spirit" of those who come to WestCare. Now, as the need for our services increases, it is time to reinvigorate our culture of volunteerism and civic engagement within each community. Therefore, a "call to action" is being given to you as Leaders in your community; a call to enrich not only your life as a volunteer but to invite others to help the lives of those in need. Volunteering with your local WestCare Organization and encouraging others to do so will, "uplift the human spirit." Throughout WestCare's 35-years of service, it has been our mission to empower individuals to engage in a process of healing, growth and change benefiting themselves, their families, coworkers and communities. That mission could not be accomplished without each employee, and each volunteer who is part of the WestCare Family. To each one, "thank you" for helping WestCare fulfill its mission and "thank you" in advance for joining in our latest effort to encourage and expand our base of volunteer support. Sincerely, James L. Wadhams Board Chair, WestCare Foundation If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else Booker T. Washington 2

5 President s Message As we at WestCare approach our 35th anniversary from our very humble beginnings at Fitzsimmons House in Las Vegas, we have much to celebrate and look forward to. There is no question that WestCare has experienced some growth pains and financial challenges this past year but, as always, there is light at the end of the tunnel. We are committed to reaching out into the diverse communities that we serve throughout seven states and the U.S. Virgin Islands to restore lives that have been broken by substance abuse, mental illness, domestic violence, and homelessness. The success stories found in this report attest to the work that WestCare, its staff and volunteers are doing on a daily basis to bring hope to so many whose lives appeared to be on the brink of hopelessness. We encourage you to take the time to call one of WestCare s regional offices and schedule a tour of one of our many programs serving infants, children, adolescents, adults and seniors located in your area so you can see and hear first-hand the miracles that are taking place each and every day. You will be truly inspired. Uplifting the human spirit, Richard E. Steinberg President and CEO 3

6 About WestCare Who are we? We are a family of non-profit, community-based organizations that has provided high-quality, cost-effective health and human services in both inpatient and outpatient environments for more than 35 years. We understand the task to be creative and resourceful in developing and delivering innovative, effective programs and services that bring about real change in people s lives. We are aware that the populations we serve have varied and significant needs. Many are homeless, struggle with substance abuse and mental health issues or have chronic illnesses. We are a team comprised of professionals who adhere to the highest ethical standards. We cultivate an environment of mutual respect and trust based on open communication. We seek out and nurture partnerships with like-minded, highquality community treatment programs to help enhance the services provided to those in need. We focus continuously on improving our processes, our efficiency and our individual and collaborative skills. We uplift the human spirit. We are WestCare. 4

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8 Arizona WestCare Arizona has been providing a full continuum of community-based, family-oriented social service and behavioral health programming to youth, adults and families in the tristate area of Arizona, California and Nevada since WestCare Arizona outpatient programs include DUI screening, drug court, urinalysis testing, legal and victim advocacy, Arizona Families F.I.R.S.T. (Families in Recovery Succeeding Together), First 5 San Bernardino, outpatient substance abuse treatment, domestic violence offender treatment, transportation services and school-based counseling. WestCare Arizona also operates a thrift store where donations are accepted and proceeds help support all programs. Outpatient services are provided at Community Involvement Centers located in Bullhead City, Lake Havasu City and Kingman, Arizona, as well as Laughlin, Nevada, and Needles, California. WestCare Arizona residential programs include the Colorado River Region Youth Shelter (CRRYS), SafeHouse domestic violence shelter for women, Blossom House sober living for women, Emery House sober living for men, Legacy House transitional living and Diamond House transitional living. Current services provide a full, comprehensive, seamless continuum, and include: In October of 2006, a new baseball field was completed at CRRYS by the Mohave County Probation Department and community volunteers/neighbors. Provided items included sod, fill dirt, grass seed, backstops, fencing, irrigation system, lighting, signage and a scoreboard. The first annual softball tournament was held in November where Mohave County Probation staff members from Lake Havasu City, Kingman and Bullhead City played each other. WestCare staff and volunteers provided food and drinks. A new school classroom was completed at CRRYS in November of All labor and materials were donated by Apple Construction and local Kiwanis Clubs. The classroom is state-of-the-art, complete with 20 computers where students can do their school work online and at their own pace, earning credits toward graduation. Also in November, the pool at CRRYS was filled in with donated rock, gravel and sand. The site now serves as an outside picnic area with tables and a canopy. During January of 2007, the Thrift Store took on a new name, the WestCare Arizona Thrift Store, was remodeled and placed under new management. New signage was also installed. In February of 2007, a new basketball court was completed at CRRYS by Mohave County Probation Department staff, community volunteers and neighbors. After its completion, a celebrity shoot the hoops with the kids day was held featuring Judge Joe Brisco of Needles, California, Mohave County Attorney Matt Smith and WestCare Arizona senior vice president Kirby Burgess. 6 Program Sites Community Involvement Center Administrative Offices Adult Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment/ Counseling, Screening & Assessment Arizona Families F.I.R.S.T. Comprehensive Outpatient/in-home Substance Abuse Counseling & Family Support Services Family Preservation and Reunification In-Home Counseling Services Misdemeanor Domestic Violence Intervention Counseling Program DUI Screenings Probation & Federal Parole Urinalysis Screening Bullhead City Safehouse Bed Domestic Violence Shelter Lay Legal Advocacy Blossom House Transitional Sober Living Program for Women and Children Sage House Transitional Housing for Single Women with any type of addiction Emery House Transitional Sober Living Facility for Men Diamond House Transitional Living Program for Women (women and children) Victims of Domestic Violence special populations Legacy House Transitional Living Program for Women (women and children) Victims of Domestic Violence WestCare Arizona Thrift Store Kingman Kingman Community Involvement Center Arizona Families First Comprehensive Outpatient Counseling Batterers Intervention Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment DUI Screenings

9 Lake Havasu City Lake Havasu Community Involvement Center Arizona Families First Comprehensive Outpatient Counseling Batterers Intervention Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment for Adults DUI Screenings Laughlin (NV) Laughlin Community Involvement Center Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Drug Court Services Systems Advocacy Services Mohave Valley Colorado River Region Youth Shelter (CRRYS) 20 Bed Emergency Shelter for Runaway, Homeless, and Exploited Youth Intake, Assessment, Crisis Intervention, Evaluation, Referral Family Mediation Services WestCare Arizona Transportation Program Transportation Services for Arizona Department of Economic Security Child Protective Services Needles (CA) Needles Community Involvement Center First 5 Parent Education and Resource Center Adult Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment/Counseling, Screening & assessment Domestic Violence and Anger Management Counseling 7

10 California WestCare California currently offers a diverse continuum of services including substance abuse treatment, case management and HIV education/prevention at locations throughout the State. WestCare California s administrative offices, located in Fresno, provides support for staff members, as well as an expanding array of treatment and prevention services. WestCare California has extensive experience with county and community agencies, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the U.S. Federal Court providing programs and services to various populations. Current services include: Women s Long Term Residential Program Men s Long Term Residential Programs Women s Short Term Residential Program Men s Short Term Residential Programs Residential Treatment Program for Women and Children Substance Abuse Services Coordinating Agency (SASCA) Program Clean & Sober Living Program Adolescent Outpatient Drug-Free Program Health Education Program Residential Multi-Service Center (RMSC) Pleasant Valley State Prison Substance Abuse Program Certified Providers of Anger Management and Domestic Violence Classes Through the Court System Ryan White Services Speakers Bureau/Community Outreach Drop-in Centers Program Sites Bakersfield Community Involvement Center Adult Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment SASCA Criminal Justice Case Management H Street Campus Adult Substance Men s Residential Treatment Services (Drug Treatment Furlough) Coalinga In-Custody Therapeutic Community Pleasant Valley State Prison Corona SASCA Corona Criminal Justice Case Management Fresno Administration/Criminal Justice Case Management California Administration SASCA Criminal Justice Case Management Teilman Adolescent Program Adolescent Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment 8 Adolescent Outpatient Services (Alternative Sites) Gateway High School Teilman Community School MARC Community Day School

11 Health & Wellness Center Ryan White Case Management HIV/AIDS Health Education Program Adult Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Services Hot Meals Program Community Involvement/Admissions Martin Luther King Campus Adult Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Services M ella Project Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for Women and Children Fresno Women s Long/Short Term Residential Program (Women to Women) Fresno Men s Long/Short Term Residential Program California Youth Authority Transitional Program Residential Multi-Service Center (RMSC) Certified Providers of Anger Management and Domestic Violence Classes through the Court System Sober Living Sober Living Services for Proposition 36 Clients Sober Living Services for SASCA Clients Sober Living Services for Women Sober Living Services for Women with Children Sober Living Services for Private Pay Clients Sacramento SASCA/PSN Sacramento Criminal Justice Case Management 9

12 GulfCoast Florida In 2001, WestCare established a community involvement center in St. Petersburg and began building partnerships with local treatment providers and community organizations. Early in 2003, WestCare Florida became a partner with the Mustard Seed Inn and Turning Point, two programs that serve homeless, drug-dependent individuals in Pinellas County. Turning Point is a homeless shelter for men and women with substance abuse issues. The program accepts individuals who are inebriated and those who have not yet begun recovery from alcohol and/or drug abuse. Staff members attempt to engage these individuals to the greatest extent possible by offering a supportive and welcoming environment for recovery, including: a safe place to sleep, three meals and snacks each day, laundry and shower facilities, case management, supportive counseling, skills building groups and 12-step meetings. In 2007, Turning Point served 2022 men and women, many of whom were veterans or coming out of jail. The Mustard Seed Inn provides transitional housing for up to 73 homeless men and women who have already begun their recovery from alcohol, drug abuse and/or mental illness. The Mustard Seed Inn was licensed in 2007 by the Department of Children and Families as a Residential level V facility. The Mustard Seed Inn provides counseling, case management, job support and recovery based services that help with the development of skills needed to transition back into the community. In 2007, the Mustard Seed Inn served approximately 273 men and women, 15 percent of whom were veterans. WestCare Florida began serving the Pensacola area in 2004, and continues to provide programs for children, adolescents and adults with severe emotional and behavioral difficulties and for adults with severe and persistent mental illness. Program Sites 10 Clearwater Outpatient Services Federal Outpatient Drug Court Outpatient Treatment Services DREAM Juvenile Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Services St. Petersburg Administrative Office Community Involvement Center Adult Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Services Fee for Service Federal Outpatient and Drug Court Outpatient Treatment Services Drug Court Outpatient Treatment Services Substance Abuse Related Services for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Individuals Outpatient services for Individuals Infected with or Affected by HIV/AIDS HIV Testing Juvenile Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Services Substance Abuse Related Services for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Individuals The Mustard Seed Inn Licensed Level V Transitional Living Program for Homeless Men, Women and Veterans with Substance Abuse and Co-Occurring Issues Jail Diversion Supportive Counseling Recovery Support Groups Individual Counseling Support Case Management Job Support Turning Point Chronic Inebriate Receiving Facility Emergency Shelter for the Homeless Case Management Recovery Support Services 12-Step Support Groups Supportive Counseling Pensacola Targeted Mental Health Case Management for Children and Adults Intensive Mental Health Case Management Therapeutic Behavioral On-Site Services for Children and Adults Intake and Referral Service for Children and Adults Hospital Liaison Psychiatric Services Infant Mental Health Recovery Class Individual and Family Counseling Peer Support Groups

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14 Georgia In early 2003, WestCare entered into a partnership with the Department of Children and Families (DHR) in DeKalb County, Georgia, to provide residential care and treatment for children and adolescents in the child protective service system. In 2007, WestCare Georgia, Inc., also received new contracts from the Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Addictive Diseases (MHDDAD) division of DHR, and from the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) to begin new substance abuse treatment programs throughout the State of Georgia. Today, the WestCare Children s Center of DeKalb County, a 52- bed residential treatment campus, is revamping its services in a partnership with DHR to provide services to adolescent girls, homeless and runaway youth and sexually exploited girls from the greater Atlanta and regional area. A mental health clinic, a crisis stabilization unit and specialized school will be co-located on the campus, along with: A hour child and adolescent assessment center A short-term residential therapeutic environment that addresses each child s individual physical, social, mental and emotional needs Planning for placement in permanent, loving homes A full array of enhanced/comprehensive residential services In addition, WestCare Georgia s Independent Living Program provides independent living for youths age in Stone Mountain and Tucker. The program offers a full array of vocational services designed to prepare youth for independent living. A 16-bed adolescent substance abuse intensive residential treatment (IRT) center is now located in Keysville, Georgia (Burke County), to provide structured, 6-month residential and re-entry services to boys meeting dependency criteria and referred by DHR, the courts, criminal justice, police and families throughout the State of Georgia. A 30-bed intensive residential program (IRP), adjacent to the grounds of a DJJ-secure juvenile detention center, is being operated by WestCare Georgia for adolescent boys involved with the juvenile justice system in Augusta, Georgia (Richmond County). While in residence, boys receive full therapeutic, educational, vocational and health care services. Also, three new outpatient methamphetamine treatment programs have been funded by MHDDAD for WestCare Georgia to provide services using the matrix model to adults and families with drugendangered children in Regions 1, 2 and 3 of the State of Georgia, including rural Northeast and Northwest Georgia, as well as the greater Atlanta area and its surrounding counties. Outpatient treatment clinics have been established in Rome (Region 1), Augusta (Region 2) and Atlanta (Region 3), Georgia. Program Sites 12 Stone Mountain (DeKalb County) WestCare Children s Center of DeKalb County Assessment Services Crisis Stabilization Short Term Residential Adolescent Treatment Services Safe Place Center for Runaway and Homeless Youth CARES Program Mental Health Clinic Independent Living Program Adolescent Residential Programming for Boys Tucker (DeKalb County) Independent Living Program Adolescent Residential Programming for Girls Keysville (Burke County) WestCare Boggs Center Intensive Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program for Boys Augusta (Richmond County) Intensive Residential Program for Boys Outpatient Methamphetamine Treatment Program for Adults Atlanta Outpatient Methamphetamine Treatment Program for Adults Rome Outpatient Methamphetamine Treatment Program for Adults

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16 Illinois In November of 2006, WestCare Illinois began a relationship with the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC). They assumed responsibility for the substance abuse treatment program at the Sheridan Correctional Center, a male, bed, medium-security institution. Recognized as a national model, this program is the largest prison-based treatment program in the country. It is expected to increase in population to 1,300 clients by Fall The WestCare Sheridan Program uses a three-phase (orientation, treatment and prerelease reentry/reintegration) modified therapeutic community model to treat drug and alcohol problems and related life problems. Peers assist in each other s treatment by pointing out behavior and attitudes that need to change. Clients are also assigned a counselor and have group and individual counseling. WestCare has partnered with the Amity Foundation, Inc., to implement the well-researched and recognized Amity Model for in-custody therapeutic community, and with Extensions LLC to provide the therapeutic community staff training and specialized therapeutic community curriculum. It is the first program to have resources such as TASC (Treatment Alternatives for Safer Communities) and Safer Foundation on-site to assist clients in finding placements, jobs and other resources upon release. Clients are on orientation status for approximately 30 days. They must pass a test and meet short-term treatment goals to complete orientation and move to the next phase of treatment. At that time, they become eligible for visitors; there are no visitation privileges while clients are in orientation. If eligible, Earned Good Conduct Credits are earned 45 days for every 90 days at WestCare/Sheridan. Clients must be participating in the program to earn credits. WestCare works in conjunction with IDOC administrative, security, program and support staff through regular meetings, development of shared procedures and planned cross-training to achieve a seamless and well-articulated set of expectations for both staff and client participants. WestCare values its Sheridan partnerships and has a commitment to work closely with IDOC, TASC, Safer Foundation, the Illinois Valley Community College, the Illinois Manufacturing Foundation and the National Homebuilder's Association to provide the men at Sheridan with the opportunity to set a firm foundation, allowing them to empower themselves and become productive members of society and their community. Program Sites Sheridan Learn a holistic approach to treatment (improve your body, mind and spirit) Participate in AA/NA/CA (self-help groups) Learn personal empowerment skills Complete comprehensive and meaningful assessment Participate in Long Distance Dads/parenting classes Receive life skills support for making healthy choices Learn to identify problems and positive ways of managing them Gain an understanding of addiction and criminal thinking Learn how to eliminate criminal behavior in one s life Learn and develop anger-management techniques Develop individual short-term and long-term goals with supportive staff Assist with individualized treatment plans Participate in HIV education classes Participate in recreational/art therapy Participate in cognitive behavior treatment Experience balance of rewards and sanctions that encourage pro-social behavior and treatment 14

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18 Kentucky WestCare Kentucky was incorporated in 2004 to provide treatment for individuals and families affected by substance abuse. Operations began in mid-2005 at a donated treatment facility in Ashcamp, located in Pike County. The Ashcamp facility, now known as the WestCare Kentucky Hal Rogers Appalachian Recovery Center, is licensed for 72 beds and provides long term residential substance abuse treatment for adult males. Services offered at the facility include: Assessments and referrals Residential substance abuse treatment Individual and group counseling Relapse prevention education Substance abuse education and prevention Anger management classes Cognitive behavioral therapy classes Parenting classes Alumni groups Adult literacy and GED courses WestCare Kentucky also assumed operation of the Pikeville Emergency Shelter, the only full-service facility in the five-county Big Sandy Area Development District. It is also the only facility in the district that provides temporary shelter, food and essential services to men, women and children for more than three days. The shelter also has three family units with a full bath and three dormitory units (two male, one female) with a bath adjoining the sleeping area. The Pikeville Emergency Shelter serves more than 200 men, women and children each year. Located in the same building, the Community Involvement Center offers regular meetings of NA, AA, Domestic Violence Support Groups and Lifeline support groups. The Estill County Community Involvement Center, located in Irvine, opened in August of The Center provides Lunch and Learn, community outreach, referrals, assessments, DUI assessments and classes and domestic violence classes. WestCare Kentucky also operates 6-month, in-jail treatment programs in Pike and Floyd counties. During fiscal year , the program served 48 individuals in Pike County and 36 in Floyd County. Program Sites Ashcamp Adult Male Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Assessments, Evaluations and Referrals Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Individual and Group Counseling Male Specific Support Groups Relapse Prevention Education Substance Abuse Education & Prevention Anger Management Classes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Classes Job Training Skills Alumni Groups Irvine Administrative Office Community Involvement Center Pikeville Pikeville Homeless Emergency Shelter Community Involvement Center Jail Recovery Pilot Program 16 Floyd County Jail Recovery Pilot Program

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20 Nevada WestCare Nevada, Inc., has been providing a full continuum of substance abuse, mental health and addiction treatment services for more than 35 years. Founded in 1973, WestCare was created to provide community-based substance abuse treatment for people who are indigent or from low-income households, and who would not otherwise have access to the services they need. WestCare specializes in serving those historically considered difficult to treat, such as those who are indigent, have multiple disorders or are involved with the criminal justice system. WestCare facilities provide a full, comprehensive, seamless continuum of care for all who access services. The face of WestCare Nevada continues to evolve. In January 2007, WestCare Nevada completed its long-range strategic plan. This planning process came about as a result of the demands placed upon the agency to provide for the growing substance abuse and mental health service needs in the community and the agency s desire to compete in the global market and maintain the integrity of the mission and vision of WestCare to provide quality, comprehensive services to all who access services. WestCare Nevada s strategic plan is designed to promote continued excellence and expansion of services to meet the community s growing need for substance abuse, addiction and mental health services and related programs. It also encompasses the needs of adults, youth and families who access WestCare services. Birthed out of this planning process have been newly established collaborative relationships with state and local government and community and faith based organizations. As an example, the Community Triage Center (CTC) Reno, currently under development in Reno, Nevada, will provide safe, medically supervised detoxification services, as well s triage services for individuals in need of acute mental health treatment. The goal of the CTC-Reno is to relieve the burden placed on local hospitals and emergency rooms by treating individuals not requiring emergency care in a more appropriate setting. WestCare Nevada has become a critical resource for addressing substance abuse, mental health and services for homeless individuals in the community. WestCare Nevada manages 45 separate contracts and grants and employs over 150 staff in 14 programs. In 2007, WestCare Nevada provided direct services to more than 21,000 men, women and children. Program Sites 18 Community Involvement Centers Las Vegas Adult & Youth Intake, Assessment and Referral Alcohol and Drug Education, Prevention and Intervention Programs Intervention Programs Community Services Family Support Speakers Bureau Adolescent and Gender Specific Adult Substance Abuse Outpatient Services Street Outreach to Homeless Youth Outreach, Prevention and Education about Human Trafficking Victims Homeless Coordinated Care Project for Adults Gender Specific Mental Health Outpatient Services to Homeless Adults Case Management Services to Homeless Adults Rural Services Provided in Amargosa, Beatty, Henderson, Logandale, Laughlin and Pahrump Henderson Adult & Youth Assessment, Intake and Referral Alcohol and Drug Education, Prevention and Intervention Programs Community Services Family Support Speakers Bureau Adolescent and Substance Abuse Outpatient Services Street Outreach to Homeless Youth Outreach, Prevention and Education about Human Trafficking Victims Homeless Coordinated Care Project for Adults Case Management Services to Homeless Adults

21 Amargosa and Beatty Alcohol and Drug Education, Prevention and Intervention Programs delivered in public schools to students in grades K-12 Laughlin Alcohol and Drug Education, Prevention and Intervention Programs Street Outreach to Homeless Youth Harris Springs Ranch Adolescent Male Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program Adolescent Male Transitional Living Adult Male Residential Treatment Services Community Triage Center Adult Detoxification and Mental Health Triage Mental Health Crisis Unit Acute Psychiatric Care Intake and Assessments (psychopharmacological, medication) Short Term Crisis Intervention Daily Individual Monitoring of Mental Status and Medication Compliance Structured Educational Groups (medication adherence, management, co-occurring issues and education) Leisure Time Activities Case Management After-Care Planning Transition to Continuing Care (inpatient or community-based) Referrals and Admissions to Full Continuum of WestCare Nevada Programs and Services Pahrump Adult & Youth Assessment, Intake and Referral Alcohol and Drug Education, Prevention and Intervention Programs Gender Specific Adolescent and Adult Substance Abuse Outpatient Services Youth and Adult Drug Court Services Adolescent Behavior Modification Outpatient Services Volunteer Center Speakers Bureau Arts Programs for At-Risk Youth Logandale Alcohol and Drug Education, Prevention and Intervention Programs Street Outreach to Homeless Youth WestCare Charter School An educational program which emphasizes emotional and behavioral growth is an important component for success for the students attending WestCare programs. WestCare has created a new Charter School which is publicly-funded, geared at assisting youth with behavioral and/or emotional problems. The school will combine middle and high school educational programs with emotional wellness training and behavioral modification techniques and innovative educational programs for the youth of Southern Nevada. Women and Children s Campus Adolescent Detoxification Adolescent Girls Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program Adolescent Girls Transitional Services Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Services Girls Intermediate Residential Long-term Sanctioned Service/Aftercare Healthy Families Residential Services for Pregnant and Postpartum Women and Their Children Healthy Families Transitional Living Program Runaway and Homeless Youth & Emergency Stabilization Program for Adolescent Females Runaway Youth & Emergency Stabilization for Adolescent Males Women s Residential Treatment Services 19

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