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Are There Affordable Boot Camps for Low Income Families?

by Boot Camps on February 10, 2012

Families often require outside help to get their adolescent kids out of difficulties when parental intervention is not adequate. The unfortunate reality is that the majority of troubled youth have low income family backgrounds. Boot camps and residential schools are costly. But don’t despair; there are ways for the children of low income families to get into these programs:

Free Programs: You can opt to enroll your troubled teen in a free program run by the government or a social welfare organization. Capable and knowledgeable experts help youth to turn their lives around when their families are unable to handle them. These programs offer long or short term treatments customized for the individual needs of the teenager. A blend of coaching and psychological counseling is used in these programs to help youth concentrate on positive features of their circumstances and lead healthy, constructive lives when they become adults.

Federal and state government scholarships are also available for educating troubled teenagers. These scholarships recognize specific learning disorders that are prevalent in these teens. Private grants are also available from corporations who work along with welfare organizations to provide better opportunities for troubled teenagers.

Education Loans: There are financial institutions that will grant a loan to assist with educating troubled teens. If you take out a loan to fund your teen’s education, ensure that the monthly payments can fit into your budget. You can get funding from certain boot camps, and you can check with their staff to find out more about their loan procedures. This type of loan is specifically designed to assist low income families to educate their troubled teenaged children, and they usually come with affordable terms and interest rates.

Check whether the fees for the camps you’re considering can fit within your budget. Your son or daughter will be sent home if the fees are not paid, which can lower your child’s self esteem and put him or her at greater risk. If you cannot afford boot camp on your own, take advantage of the free or low cost programs, which will give you reformatory education that’s just as helpful to your troubled teenager.

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tim October 10, 2011 at 4:19 pm

Im a single father of a 13 yrs old daughter that is out of controll, She has been on the 8 th floor of methodist hospital for behavior issuse and sucide issuses and has been kicked out of school . At 420 am on oct 10 she was brought home from the police for crewfew and also gave them a false name and the wrong birthday. She does not come home when she is told and dont do anything that she is ask of at home. im very low income family i need help. I also have had throat cancer and have had it for over a year and it is getting wrose now. And the mother gave her to me in Janurary do to behavior issuse. I dont know what to do. Tim if u have any question please call me at 309-267-3858 or jami at 309-648-8467

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Catherine Day October 17, 2011 at 1:43 pm

I have a 13 year old grandson whom I have custody of og and have ad for 123 years. I have done everythinhg I know to do from hospitals, medical instistutes, counselimg, thertuputic fostor care and nothing helps/. At age 10 he seet fire in hs uncles apartment with his 3 momth old ousin in his crob. He spent over 2 years in TYC> and that only worsensened matters. I was in a car accidne during this 2 uear peopiod leaving me with many disabilities. I take his I-POD. PS ,s, games many other items but he seems not to care. He is extremem;y mean to me his llr sier as well as his younger siblimgs, his aunts, aunts and other family members as well as school peers, othe students and the whole staff. I am a single gramdparent with barely enough money to feed us mucjed less afford the professional help Jeremy need. I even do without my rquried medications I need or medical for my other grandchuildren. I am asking for someome to please help me. In fact I am begging for hel. Please call me at 832-477-4255 in Texas becaue I truely need help.

Thank you for anything you can for me or for my family. I am will to do anthing,

Catherine

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Jennifer December 19, 2011 at 8:16 pm

I am also in need of help. My oldest son is 13 almost 14. He is out of control! I have done everything I can think of except for put him in jail/bootcamp. He has been expelled from school twice, does not listen to me what so ever! or any other athourity figure. He has been diagnosed with ADHD and ODD. I have talked with teachers, doctors, and have also had him in counceling 3 different times but nothing works. And YES he does get his butt BEAT when he acts out at home. I was spanked when I was younger and it didnt harm me much so I believe in the spanking. time outs do not work!!! I have 2 other kids that my oldest is mean to and very disrespectful too and myself.

At this point Im willing to try anything. His dad was only every other weekend but i just cut that off when my son got expelled from school again because its something my son wants to do. I have taken away games, tv, clothes, shoes, everything but he still seems to think its all games and doesnt care. the last expelltion from school was for bring a pocket knife to school that i didnt know he had. needless to say i searched his room while i took everything from him and whooped his butt when i found anything he wasnt suppose to have.

Please if anyone has any suggestions please let me know.

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Riley2 December 20, 2011 at 9:08 pm

After reading your comments I’m definetly putting my son in Boot-Camp. You sound like a Psycho!

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LuisaG March 8, 2012 at 7:35 pm

adam you emailed me. you said you have a teen program. i dont know if you can help me. my daughter is 8 but she has a bad attitude and she wont listen. shes been through therapy but it hasnt worked. i even went last night and took her to the police station and had an officer talk to her and scare her a little bit. i dont know what else to do. im a single parent of 2. my 3 yr old is picking up on what her big sister is doing. thats not a good thing. i cant deal with two of them acting out. i dont have alot of money but i do have medicaid. i dont know if that will pay for your program and also i live in texas.

thanks so much

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Arlene forester April 20, 2012 at 12:09 pm

Anyone know of a boot camp for a 5-6 year old?

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Denie May 14, 2012 at 4:50 am

I have a 15yr old son and he is in need of a boot camp located in Texas. I am a low income single parent. If anyone can help please email me the information. Thank you.

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*Namebrenda May 22, 2012 at 5:20 pm

i have god child out control home in school need help here we try every thing not sure what lase to do state fl say cant spank like we was children so boot camp way to go help

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e.j June 3, 2012 at 4:07 am

i have a 11 year old that constantly lies and destroys things around the house. he doesn’t do anything at all but pout and cry. i personally thinks he’s to old and in need of a boot camp that i can afford in missouri or some time in juvenile. please help. i just don’t know what to do… write me on my e-mail with information please.

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ANGIE June 12, 2012 at 8:49 pm

i have a 12 year old that is really disrespecful and rebellious. i would like to get some help in putting him on the right path.

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Oanh pham August 24, 2012 at 6:56 pm

I need low income boot camp for bad kid in houston

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nicoletaylor313 February 8, 2013 at 8:29 am

I have a 15 yr old boy that is defiant, stays out all night ,messes up in school,talks back and is bipolar as he–. Im afraid for his life and starting to get afraid for mine . Please help me please!!!! Need help in Houston,Texas.

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debbie allen April 18, 2013 at 1:12 am

I am looking for a good booth camp for my 11 year old grandson he has alot of problem and the doctor got him on alot medication that he don’t need and he don’t want to mind his mother,or i or any teacher he usally is goood in school but sense he came backhome he out of control. He went and stay at Mill creek develpment for 6 month. He want to be grown and like tell him all of the time you are a child not the parent, my daughter has 3 other children ages from 5 year old to 2 2 year old she got her hand full if you would help her we will apparated and my grandson is on medicaid and she don’t work please help my grandson to be back like he was 8 month ago. thank you, a loving grandma debbie allen my phone is 901-674-6803 and my daughter phone is 501-259-9346 please call her se need your help.

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