School Safety

"Every student will attend a school that is safe and secure, one that is free of fear and conducive to learning" (Center for the Prevention of School Violence, 2002) Definitions of the term "school violence" range, for example, from relating only to the use of guns in school to very extensive, including all youth misconduct and the many community and societal influences on such behavior. The Center for the Prevention of School Violence defines school violence as "any behavior that violates a school's educational mission or climate of respect or jeopardizes the intent of the school to be free of aggression against persons or property, drugs, weapons, disruptions, and disorder.” Many Struggling teens don’t know how to overcome the problems that they are faced with. In schools or wherever they might be they will face obstacles and many need to be placed in the correct environment in order to restore themselves from the negative decisions they have been making. Zion Educational Services can educate you on how to place your struggling teen in the correct environment in order to receive the help they need to overcome their struggles. For immediate assistance contact a child placing specialist at ZES, 866-439-8112.

In each school year, troubled teens were at least 70 times more likely to be murdered away from school than at school. School-based violence prevention efforts can take many forms. They may work to protect struggling teenagers from danger or victimization and may also seek to prevent troubled teens from developing or relying on aggressive behavior as a way to solve conflicts. Such efforts include adopting zero tolerance policies, requiring students to wear uniforms, employing surveillance cameras and metal detectors, and stationing law enforcement and mental health personnel in the schools. Recently, the U.S. Department of Education identified the fundamental qualities of a safe and responsible school: The school has strong leadership, caring faculty, family and community involvement that includes law enforcement officials and representatives of community-based organizations, and student participation in the design of programs and policies. The physical environment of the school is safe and school wide policies are in place to promote and support responsible behaviors.

Prevention and intervention programs are sustained, coordinated, and comprehensive. Interventions are based on careful assessment of student needs. Evidence-based approaches are used. Staff are provided with training and support to help them implement programs and approaches. Interventions are monitored and evaluations are conducted to ensure that the programs are meeting measurable goals and objectives. Schools that incorporate these characteristics will achieve improved academics, reduced disciplinary referrals and suspensions, greater staff morale, and enhanced safety.

Many parents aren’t aware of the correct way to restore struggling teenagers and need a professional to educate them. For parents that need immediate assistance dealing with out of control teens, Zion Educational Services specializes in educating parents about different youth programs for troubled teens such as different types of private boarding schools, boot camps, Christian schools, therapy programs and many other youth facilities for both boys and girls. ZES provides you with the information to place your troubled boys and girls in the perfect treatment center that can meet their needs. If you have any questions or concerns contact ZES, (Zion Educational Services) to immediately to talk to a child education specialist at 866-439-8112.

 

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Behavioral Health

Types: NATSAP - IECA

Wilderness Therapy

RTC (Residential Treatment Centers)

Therapeutic Boarding School

Transition
Education Consultants/Mental Health

IOPS
Intensive Outpatient Programs
Mental Health Counselor/Therapists
Kid is being worked with “at home”, local therapy. They want their client back

Focus on: (referral based)
Mental Health personnel
Educational Consultants

IOP patients

Addiction Treatment

Types: NTAAP - NAADAC - Foundations

Intervention:

Primary Care: 28 days

Extended Care: 60-90 days

Long Term Care: up to 1 year
12 step programs
Celebrate Recovery

Sober Living/IOP:

Monitoring:

Focus on:
Interventionists
programs
Mental Health facilities

Mental Health

Types: APA

911/Emergency: immediate crisis

Stabilization: up to 28 days

Psych Stay: 1-2 months

Structured Living:

Transition

Focus on:
Therapists
Guidance Counselors
Public Professionals
IOPs